Now “almost 99” years of age, Henry “Hank” Orr, a retired University of Guelph professor, was an Ontario Agricultural College (OAC) student during one of the most tumultuous times on the Guelph campus and in the world. “I started at OAC in ’39, the year the war broke out,” says Orr, a ’43 OAC alumnus
U of G grad Jordan Nussbaum, a Toronto lawyer, had a brief but lucrative reign as champion of the long-standing gameshow Jeopardy!
What can you do with a philosophy degree? Well, you can use it to make a big shift in the way you think, and change the course of your life, says Esther Rhee.
Tim Lambert came to the University of Guelph with a great Canadian dream. Quick and strong on a pair of skates and tough in the corners, he wanted to be a hockey player.
“Volunteering is absolutely a core pillar of my life,” says Guelph businesswoman and volunteer extraordinaire Robin-Lee Norris.
From guiding the theatrical productions to playing a Klingon warrior, U of G alumni have made names for themselves in the world of film, television and stage.
U of G Experts Track A Changing North To Improve Health, Environment And Food Security
Computers that think and act like humans are the goal for AI researchers
From sculpture to performance, community art sparks imagination, interaction and ‘on the fly’ critics
U of G Profs on Marking a Controversial Celebration