I am writing today to encourage you to inform your students about Fulbright Canada’s award opportunities. Fulbright Canada, a member of the prestigious worldwide Fulbright family, offers a wide range of awards for academic exchange. Academic exchanges expose students to new ideas and new perspectives, encourage networking, and highlight a different culture. Please review our award opportunities, share these with friends and colleagues, and have your students join us for the professional and personal experience of a lifetime.
The Ontario Chapter of the Soil and Water Conservation Society (SWCS) is a small,non-profit organization who offers this award annually. Winners receive $600, one year's membership in the Society, and 1 day registration at the A.D. Latornell Conservation Symposium in Alliston, Ontario.
The attached Student Application needs to be completed and received by September 15, 2014. There have been award winners from a wide range of fields in the past.
Thank you for your assistance and honouring of the memory of Art Latornell.
Attached is a Seminar Notice for Dr. Vijay P. Singh who will be speaking at the School of Engineering on Wednesday June 11, 2014 in the Richards Building Room 3504.
A light snack and refreshments will be served at 9:30am. The Seminar will start at 10:00am.
We hope to see you there!
October 4 – October 12, 2014
The LPI-JSC Center for Lunar Science and Exploration is excited to announce a student field camp opportunity coming this fall! The Field Training and Research Program at Meteor Crater is organized under the auspices of the NASA Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute (SSERVI), which is designed, in part, to train a new generation of explorers for the Moon and beyond.
SPECIAL SEMINAR: Faculty Information Exchange 2013-14
Getting Better at Knowledge Mobilization: The Continuum of Stakeholder Engagement
Led by Drs Anne Bergen and Bronwynne Wilton
This workshop will review key terms and concepts related to knowledge mobilization (KMb) and how you can create a comprehensive KMb strategy for your own research project(s).
This workshop will include:
An M.Sc. position is available (Start date: September, 2014) for a student with a strong interest in sustainable agriculture, crop production and entomology. This position will focus on the biology and management of the Carrot Weevil.
ADVANCE YOUR RESEARCH DISCOVER HOW THE AAC CAN HELP YOU
Poster and interactive sessions to promote the University’s research support facilities. Attend one of our sessions to discover how we can help advance your research.
May 22, 2014 - News Release from UofG main page
An international panel of scientists, including a University of Guelph professor, is calling for an evidence-based debate over whether controversial and widely used neonicotinoid insecticides are causing population declines in bees and other insect pollinators.
Budding entrepreneurs and BScAgr students Delaney Bray-Stone and
Michael Cordon have mushrooms for sale!
They currently have an early harvest of Elm Oyster (Pleurotus) Hypsizygus ulmarius, mushrooms available for $10.00/lb, and will have an increasingly wide selection of gourmet species for sale throughout the summer and fall, ranging in price from $5-15/lb. Their tasty mushrooms are grown on coffee grounds from cafes on campus and locally sourced wheat straw. These young farmers would be greatly appreciative of your business!
We here at the Goodman School of Mines are hosting a workshop on June 25-27 at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario. The workshop is titled "Resource Evaluation - Discovery to Feasibility: Drill Core Sampling, Mineralogy and Geometallurgy in Support of Resource Estimation". Attached to this email is the information sheet, the English and French posters and the registration form. If you or anyone you know may be interested in this course and have any questions, please, don't hesitate to ask. We look forward to seeing you!