Two oak saplings planted at the University of Guelph have roots in a Great War conflict considered by many to mark a coming of age for Canada.
A new University of Guelph initiative headed by renowned author and U of G professor Lawrence Hill brings together first-year students and community members to read and discuss a single book.
The University of Guelph is helping lead a Canadian university movement to promote health and well-being on campuses.
The University of Guelph is a founding partner in a new national media network of professors and researchers who write articles about their work for distribution in Canada and internationally. Articles published by The Conversation Canada draw upon university expertise and innovative research, and connect to current world events and topics. They are posted online
$1.4-Million Research Lab Honours Memory of Canadian Wine Industry Trailblazer
The University of Guelph will welcome two new deans to campus this fall and in early 2018.
The University of Guelph has won a national award for its original 1965 campus master plan.
When Rose Rumney went online to check her score for the North American Veterinary Licensing Examination (NAVLE), the number 800 was listed beside her name. Her first thought was: 800 out of what?
A University of Guelph graduate student took home both top prizes from Canada’s Three-Minute Thesis competition.
Powdered cricket brownies, anyone? As part of the preliminary pitch for their semester-long assignment in the Ideas Congress (ICON) course, a team of Guelph undergraduates recently handed out home-baked goodies — complete with insect ingredients — to classmates.