The Guelph Job Fair connects hiring companies with qualified and professional job seekers from the greater Guelph area including Oackville, Niagara Falls, Hamilton, Kitchener, Windsor, London, Burlington, Fergus, Rockwood, Acton and other cities across Waterloo.
On Wednesday May 24th Dr. Laura Pascoe will be giving a guest lecture entitled “Pillow Talk is Big Talk: Gender and the Intimate Spaces of Prevention and Sexual Pleasure in Cape Town, South Africa”. The talk will take place from 10:30-12:00 at the Centre for Families, Work, and Wellbeing (17 University Ave East). All faculty and graduate students are encouraged to attend! Please see the attached poster for more information.
Join us in this all-day event for students who have received an offer of admission from the University of Guelph. Each day is specific to a particular degree program and consists of program information sessions, career and co-operative education sessions, residence tours and more.
Program evaluation work is a great career option for people with an interest in the links between research and social action. How is the University of Guelph preparing students for this kind of career? Could we do a better job? What are the implications for teaching practical real world skills in graduate programs more broadly? Join us on Monday, May 15th from 12:00-1:30pm in UC441 as we explore these questions and more.
Come on out and enjoy some cookies and do some colouring with the Psychology Society to de-stress before finals! Stress-kits will be provided, as well as alternative treats for anyone with religious or dietary restrictions!
Join the Political Science Society for our bi-weekly general meetings where we will enjoy political discussions on current events (topics TBD) and enjoy some free pizza!
Join the Graduating class of 2017 as they gather one last time to reflect and be insired by a graducating student, facutly member and alumnus.
Dr. Mark Kersten is a postgraduate researcher, teacher and international criminal justice consultant based at the Munk School of Global Affairs. His research focuses on the effects of judicial interventions by the International Criminal Court on conflict, peace, and justice processes. In this lecture, he will discuess the challenges to achieving justice in a wrold that seems dominated by power and politics. All are welcome!
Dr. Allison Bain, York University Geographies of artistic labour, redevelopment and social inclusion; gender and sexual identity politics Coffee and snacks!
Ontario’s Attorney General Yasir Naqvi Presents Truscott Lecture in Justice Attorney General for Ontario the Honourable Yasir Naqvi will present the 2017 Truscott Lecture in Justice, “Challenging the Status Quo.” All are welcome to attend. The lecture series is part of the Truscott Initiative launched at U of G in 2009 to commemorate the struggles of Guelph resident Steven Truscott and his family.