Patrick Cruz, a master of fine art (MFA) student, won the 2015 RBC Canadian Painting Competition. The $25,000-prize celebrates promising new Canadian visual artists. It’s the second year in a row that the winner has had a U of G connection.
The Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) Pet Trust, the first charitable fund dedicated to the health and well-being of companion animals, celebrates three decades in 2016. In that time, more than $35 million has been raised to support learning, health care and research at OVC.
By day, Jason Thomas, B.Sc. ’00, M.Sc. ’02, is a full-time U of G physics professor. Off campus, his alter ego, Burnaby Q. Orbax, is one half of the Monsters of Schlock, a vaudevillian stunt show that also includes his twin brother, Sweet Pepper Klopek (a registered name).
Next to her new winter clothing, that campus guide was a must-have for Kuwatly in early January. Newly arrived at U of G from Lebanon, the Syrian student needed to find her way around a snow-covered campus completely unlike anything she’d left behind in the Middle East. “People are nice here,” she says with a
The University of Guelph has officially launched a Centre for Cardiovascular Investigations to develop innovative ways to fight heart disease.
Something’s cooking on four wheels at U of G. Sporting a flaming exterior and a “GryphN” wielding kitchen utensils, Gryph N’ Grille is the new campus food truck.
The University of Guelph celebrated half a century of landscape architecture education earlier this fall.
At 62 years old, Neil Lumsden was the oldest competitor on the most recent edition of The Amazing Race Canada, which aired over the summer. But when his daughter Kristin, 31, asked him to be her teammate and apply for the show, the U of G assistant football coach and CFL Hall of Famer was
University of Guelph researchers will study livestock production, health and welfare using leading-edge technology with the opening of the $25-million, state-of-the-art Livestock Research and Innovation Centre (LRIC) — Dairy Facility at Elora.
From Bonnie Depew’s dairy farm in western Pennsylvania, it’s only about two hours’ drive to the Penn State campus where the university offers a short course in cheese making. So why did she come all the way to the University of Guelph to learn to make artisanal cheese?