Updated information on the Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships program and competition is now available on the Office of Graduate Studies website at the following link:
On Thursday, June 26 (6AM-8AM) CCS will be performing telephone system maintenance to prepare for the replacement of temporary equipment. During this maintenance window all telephones and the residence voice mail server will re-register with the telephone system. The residence voice mail system (including residence auto-attendant) will be unavailable for a short period of time (<5 minutes). No other interruption in service is expected and calls in progress (outside of those to the residence voicemail and residence auto-attendant) will not be interrupted.
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As you have hopefully noticed, paper bags advertising the Guelph Community Food Drive have been circulating around campus. I wanted to provide you with a friendly reminder that we will be collecting donations until the afternoon of Monday, June 16th. All donations we collect will directly go to help stock the Student FoodBank on campus. Donations can be dropped off at the donation bin inside the UC, at the FoodBank, or we can even arrange to pick them up. Attached is a flyer advertising the Food Drive and outlining suggested items for donation.
The Society for Ecological Restoration of Ontario (SERO) is pleased to offer three field trip opportunities in 2014 for members and non-members. These events will enable registrants to view innovative, new and established ecological restoration projects in Ontario. This is a great opportunity for instructors, students and restoration professionals to experience and learn from successful projects in the field.
We are honoured to invite you to avail Speaker/Delegate Opportunity at the 3rd International Conference on Earth Science & Climate Change (Earth Science-2014) during July 28-30, 2014 San Francisco, USA. We would look forward to your participation in this international event, if at all possible.
We are seeking candidates for a post‐doctoral fellowship with research focus on improving nitrogen management tools for reduced environmental losses from corn production. Research activities will involve validation and testing of the PNM model using an extensive data set on nitrous oxide emissions and nitrate leaching from corn. The validated models will be used to assess greenhouse gas emission intensity of Ontario’s corn sector and to evaluate the provincewide impact of 4R mitigation practices on environmental N losses.
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.