Business school receives transformative gift, the largest-ever in U of G history.
Stu Lang wanted to put his dad’s name on U of G’s business school. But how to square that name recognition with Gordon Lang’s lifelong business ethos grounded in humility?
She’s Got Game aims to provide new scholarships, opportunities, role models
Kislenko says conditions like ADHD and Asperger’s confer “superpowers” such as hyper-focus, curiosity, innovativeness and humour – not to mention higher-than-average IQ.
How U of G is helping rid the world of plastic? The fight against “Throwaway Living”.
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. The national program director of Autism Speaks Canada is the 2018 Young Alumni Award recipient for U of G’s Alumni Awards of
Quick and strong on a pair of skates and tough in the corners, Tim Lambert wanted to be a hockey player.
“Volunteering is absolutely a core pillar of my life,” says Guelph businesswoman and volunteer extraordinaire Robin-Lee Norris.