Swimmer Evan Van Moerkerke and triathlete Jason Wilson will compete in the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio in August.
The University of Guelph has received $23 million from the provincial government to support critical infrastructure renewal at the top-ranked Ontario Veterinary College (OVC).
New turfgrass plots will soon be growing in the University of Guelph’s Arboretum.
The new $45-million Guelph Gyphons Athletics Centre is scheduled to be almost complete by the start of the fall term in September. The renovation is part of a larger project that includes renovating the existing W.F. Mitchell Centre to accommodate recreational and intramural programs.
A sustainable bicycle shelter built in the heart of campus will double as a pavilion for small events and gatherings. Located on the edge of Branion Plaza, the shelter is environmentally friendly in more ways than one, from its promotion of human-powered transit to its curved green roof.
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.
Political scandals have been around for as long as politics have been around. That might explain the popularity of “Corruption, Scandal and Political Ethics,” a distance education course for credit towards certificates in leadership and in public policy and administration. It’s the second most popular online course offered at U of G. So, what’s the
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