Aga Khan Foundation Canada's mobile exhibition on global development is coming to Guelph on Oct. 14 & 15! The exhibition is housed in a 53-foot double-expandable truck and will be in the parking lot (P12) near Athletics, next to the Gryphon Centre (Arena). The exhibition is open to the public with free admission. Everyone is welcome!
The Roy C. Anderson Memorial Lecture in Parasitology presents Dr. Jacqueline M. Katz, Deputy Director of the Influenza Division, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, USA on Assessing the Pandemic Potential of Animal Origin Influenza A Viruses. When: Tuesday, October 13th, 2015 12:00-1:00pm Where: Room 1714, OVC Learning Centre All are invited to an informal reception for Dr. Katz at 11:30am outside of Room 1714.
All Students are invited to attend the 2015 OAC Job Fair to meet employers recruiting for full-time and summer job opportunities.Visit www.recruitguelph.ca for more details. When- Wednesday, October 7th from 10am - 3pm Where- Peter Clark Hall
The MCB Distinguished Speaker Series will start off next Wednesday with Dr. Michael Moran, CRC and Professor at U of T and SickKids Hospital, "Can “Omics Integration” Reveal Polygenic Cancer Drivers?"
Canadian Obesity Network Guest Speaker Event featuring Dr. Tony Wilson who will be discussing “The Industrial Diet in Three Meals (And Some Remedies)” When- Tuesday, October 6th 5:30 – 7:30PM in the Landscape Architecture Lounge. *APPETIZERS, REFRESHMENTS & NETWORKING TO FOLLOW*
Join us this Friday for another SES Fall 2015 Seminar Series featuring Dr. Andy Gordon. He will be discussing "Some Aspects of Ecological Research in Forests and Agroforests: a 30-year perspective." The Seminar will take place from 3:30 - 4:30 pm in Room 218, Alexander Hall.
NEW: This Fall 2015, Writing Services is providing additional support for graduate students at THESIS Thursdays Every Thursday from 9am-3pm, students can sign-up for a 25-minute Same-Day appointment with a professional consultant to discuss writing concerns such as structure, style, research questions, literature reviews, writing plans and timelines, grammar, concision, and clarity. Get excellent advice and resources!
The SES Safety Orientation Seminar will be held on September 29 from 4pm to 5pm in Room 265, Alexander Hall. All New Staff/Visitors/Students starting with the school must attend the seminar. Please find attached poster for more information.
OMAFRA-UofG Research Program public Town Hall will be held on Tuesday, September 29th, 2015, 3:00-4:30 pm, OVC Room 1714.
Let's Talk Science is looking for 3rd and 4th year undergrads, grad students, vet students, staff and faculty volunteers to help deliver Free hands-on science activities to kids from kindergarten to grade 12. The time commitment is low (minimum requirement of 5 hours per semester) and is very rewarding by helping young students get excited about science, technology, math and engineering.