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Research Assistant Position Opportunity for a Student

Dr. Susan Chiblow is seeking a student who can assist with the coordination of Anishinaabek Elders in the Robinson Huron Treaty (RHT) territory in Ontario.
 

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Dr. Ryan Prosser Honoured with the U of G Research Excellence Award

Dr. Ryan Prosser received the 2022 Research Excellence Award by the University of Guelph. Congratulations!

The Research Excellence Award recognizes the outstanding scholarly achievements and impactful research by recently tenured faculty members. This award is given out the by University of Guelph's Office of Research. Each college receives one award per year. The School of Environmental Sciences is proud to announce that this year's OAC recipient is our very own Dr. Ryan Prosser.

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The Arboretum is hiring a Manager of Horticulture and Curator.

The Arboretum is hiring a Manager of Horticulture and Curator.
 

UofG Arboretum is an internationally accredited botanic garden with a strong focus on native Ontario woody plants of known wild provenance.

Do you have a botany background, practical management experience in horticulture, and a demonstrated passion for native tree conservation?

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First Handbook of Cannabis Production in Controlled Environments Edited by Our Own Dr. Youbin Zheng

Several of our researchers contributed to the first comprehensive cannabis cultivation book and the book was edited by our very own Dr. Youbin Zheng. The tite of the book is "Handbook of Cannabis Production in Controlled Environments" and was published by Routledge. 

The book can be used as textbook for students or a handbook for growers. 

The list of chapters and more details about the book can be found on the publisher's website

Job Opportunity: Scientific and Literary Research Assistant

Scientific & Literary Research Assistant
Global Ecological Change & Sustainability Laboratory, School of Environmental Sciences, University of Guelph

Temporary part-time (10-20 hours/week) (start/end dates flexible, renewable- position for at least 1 year).
Remuneration (Hourly rate commensurate with experience): Classification: Grant & Trust Administrative & Technical Research Assistant II, Band B

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