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Hopper Lecture: Gandhi, Environmentalism, and the World Today

Join us for a lecture by writer and historian Ramachandra Guha. Guha is the winner of the Fukuoka Prize for contributions to Asian studies. He is also the author of Times of London Book of the Decade, India After Gandhi.  Mahatma Gandhi is known for having led the Indian struggle for freedom, for promoting inter-faith harmony and for inventing the techniques of non-violent civil disobedience.

Into the Light: Eugenics and Education in Southern Ontario

You are invited to Into the Light: Eugenics and Education in Southern Ontario. The exhibition will be featured at the Guelph Civic Museum from September 14, 2019 to March 1, 2020. Museum Hours of operation are Tuesday – Sunday 10 AM - 5 PM and Fourth Fridays of each month until 9 PM. Admission is $6.00/person, and free on Fourth Fridays from 5 PM - 9 PM.

Gryphons at the Jays Game

Join alumni for a pre-game reception and cheer on the Jays as they face the Boston Red Sox!  All registrations include pre-game reception with snacks, a drink ticket, cash bar, kids activities, baseball game ticket and giveaways! 

Gender Pronouns and Teaching Presentation and Discussion

Instructional Inclusivity 2019/2020 Seminar Series Office of Teaching and Learning  Presentation and Discussion GENDER PRONOUNS AND TEACHING June 28th, 1969. Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera (two trans women of colour, drag queens, LGBTQ activists and heroines) threw the first brick  and bottle during a police raid on the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village. This ignited the Stonewall riots and ushered in the revolution that we now commemorate and celebrate each June as Pride. 

Alumni Weekend

The biggest alumni event of the year is fast approaching! Alumni and Reunion Weekend is a fantastic time whether you are part of a celebration or reunion year, or just feeling nostalgic for some good old U of G. You’re INVITED! Feature events include Craft Beer Tasting, Alumni Awards of Excellence Gala, President’s Milestone Lunch and more!

2019 CSAHS Spring Convocation

Welcome to your convocation ceremony The U of G community is proud of your accomplishments. You have achieved a significant milestone here at the University of Guelph and we look forward to seeing how the foundations you have developed as a student will support you in the future.  Remember that you are always welcome here. You are a student for a short time - but a Gryphon forever. 

Guelph Sexuality Conference

U of G Sexuality Conference Theme: Redefining Relationships and Sexual Health.

2019 Accessibility Conference

The Annual University of Guelph Accessibility Conference welcomes both accessibility novices and experts and encourages attendees to build communities and exchange ideas. While the majority of our attendees come from the post-secondary education sector, we seek to ensure that our programming is relevant and valuable to other attendees from the public and private sectors. We are committed to hosting an inclusive, high-quality and affordable event.

Perspectives on Student Evaluation of Teaching

Join us for an engaging expert discussion. Sponsored by the College of Social and Applied Human Sciences’ Hub for Teaching and Learning Excellence, join Dr. Genevieve Newton, Associate Professor in Human Health and Nutritional Sciences, and Dr. Jennifer Reniers, Educational Analyst in the Office of Teaching and Learning, as they unpack and discuss both the challenges and benefits of formative student evaluation of teaching (SETs) as a tool to inform instructor teaching practices.

Eating Tomorrow: The Battle for the Future of Food

Guelph Institute of Development studies and Arrell Food Institute present: Timothy A. Wise takes us on a journey to understand the prevalence of hunger amid plenty. If the world has record levels of grain production, why does it also have rising indices of hunger and malnutrition? Wise shows how increasing the industrial production of agricultural commodities does almost nothing for the world’s hungry but, oddly enough, can even make things worse.  

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