Calling all Students! Come and join us for a casual study room sponsored by START U of G. This event is drop-in and is a great opportunity for you to explore different
Do you need to sound like a “native speaker of English” to be understood? The simple answer is no! In this pronunciation workshop, participants will explore the notion of nativeness
This session offers strategies for planning, outlining, drafting, and revising research articles in the sciences. We will explore the key components of the Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion sections. We will also provide a mapping tool that writers can use to organize their own scientific research articles.
Graduate History students from HIST*6200 (Scottish Highland and Lowland History) with Prof. Kevin James will present a class colloquium, 'Excursions through Scottish Travel Diaries at the University of Guelph' on Tuesday 28 November, 4:00-5:30pm, McLaughlin Library, Whitelaw Room (2nd floor). Short student presentations will be followed by an informal reception with light refreshments. More details
Our society is inseparable from the environment, whether it's the planetary-level impact of greenhouse gas emissions on climate change or the local impact of Toronto’s urban expansion on forest biodiversity. Liane Miedema will introduce us to three different scales of anthropogenic impacts on the environment and the implications of the increasingly complicated interface between human
The One Health Institute is pleased to welcome Dr. Leah Levac, Department of Political Science, as the next speaker in our One Health Seminar Series. Leah will be speaking on "Lived expertise and intervening on the expertise of resource extraction" on Wednesday, October 18, 12:30, in Room 384 in the McLaughlin Library.