Explore available opportunities to get involved, some of them unique to the University of Guelph, in addition to your research training.
Project SOY (Soybean Opportunities for Youth) is an annual contest that harnesses students' creative power to develop new products and marketing strategies for soybeans. Project SOY is designed to give students a chance to gain practical skills while establishing links with industry. The ultimate objective of the contest is to increase awareness and production of Ontario soybeans.
Students Promoting Awareness of Research Knowledge (SPARK) is a unique training opportunity for students to gain experience in written communications -- from hard news to public relations. Through SPARK, students acquire marketable skills and knowledge that they can take into the professional world.
Studies by Undergraduate Researchers at Guelph (SURG) is a refereed, multi-disciplinary electronic journal that publishes research articles by University of Guelph undergraduate students. Developed through co-operation of the University's Office of Research and the McLaughlin Library, SURG is an open-access journal, available for free to everyone with access to the Internet.