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March 2022

Meet and network with U of G alumni at the Social and Applied Human Sciences Career Night

Registration deadline: 2:00 p.m. on March 1, 2022 ***All registered students will receive the Zoom link by email on the day of the event Registration Link:  The evening will include a brief welcome and 4 concurrent breakout rooms featuring major specific alumni panels and Q&A . Family Relations and Applied Nutrition:  (Moderator: Robin Milhausen)

ONLINE: Honouring International Women’s Day Conference 2022

This FREE one-day virtual conference, titled “Honouring International Women’s Day 2022: Research, Recognize & Reimagine” is meant to showcase research that celebrates achievements of women and/or brings awareness to gender-based disparities, with an emphasis on BIPOC futurities and intersectionality. The conference will feature excellent keynote speakers, student presentations and feminist entertainment!
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China: Its rise and consequences

The Olympics returned to a new and emboldened China. What should we learn from China’s transformation? Join the discussion with our experts to discuss the rise and consequences of China's transformation: Michael Szonyi Director of the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies and Frank Wen-Hsuing Wu Memorial Professor of Chinese History at Harvard University. Theresa Lee Associate Professor - Dept of Political Science - University of Guelph Norman Smith Professor - Dept. of History - University of Guelph

Experiences of Discrimination in Guelph-Wellington - A Discussion of Research Findings and Community Reflections

The Community Engaged Scholarship Institute (CESI) and the College of Social and Applied Human Sciences (CSAHS) at the University of Guelph in partnership with the Guelph Wellington Local Immigration Partnership (GWLIP), invite you to join us on International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination as we share key results from the recent GWLIP study, Discrimination Experienced by Immigrants, Visible Minorities, and Indigenous Peoples in Guelph and Wellington County.