Sarah Duni: Building Canada's food security

Building Canada’s food security

UofGH Professor Sarah Duni is conducting research into the making of Canada’s federal food policy.

Historical fact meets fiction in professor’s new novel

This Godforsaken Place

Professor Cinda Gault

This Godforsaken Place tells the story of Abigail Peacock, an English immigrant living in late-1800s Canada, as she tangles with an outlaw, a sharpshooter and an unsung hero.

A guide for new students

Get everything you need to select courses, find parking and get acquainted with student services on your new campus.

How to say, Yes! to UofGH

How to say Yes! to UofGH

You have an offer in your hands. Here’s how to say, "Yes!" to UofGH.

UofGH students place in top 3 at Harvard case competition

A group of UofGH students recently competed at the Harvard International Consulting Competition. After going head-to-head against teams from across the continent, they took home the 3rd place prize.

Professor Lindsay Barton

Meet your professors: Lindsay Barton

Meet your professors: Lindsay Barton

For Professor Lindsay Barton, teaching is about getting into the same headspace as her students.

Dr. Glenn Hanna.  Text reads: The big takeaway here is that UofGH sets an example that this kind of partnership can be done.

Discussing the university-college divide

Assistant Program Head of Justice Studies, Glenn Hanna, discusses his PhD research on the traditional divide between universities and colleges.

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Jun 20 Convocation 10:00am to 6:00pm
Jul 14 Kick Start 2016 (Day 1) 9:30am to 3:00pm
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2016 Alumni Reunion

Saturday, June 4

Alumni from all years are invited to an evening filled with entertainment, great food and old friends.

Follow your passions: Adrienne McBride

Alumni Profile

When UofGH alum Adrienne McBride talks with students, there’s one piece of advice she always returns to. Rather than aiming for a job, look for an issue you love.

News

May25 Building Canada’s food security UofGH Professor Sarah Duni is conducting research into the making of Canada’s federal food policy.
May17 Historical fact meets fiction in professor’s new novel In This Godforsaken Place, Professor Cinda Gault tells the story of Abigail Peacock, an English immigrant living in late-1800s Canada. The novel mixes historical fact and fiction, and Abigail works with and fights against real historical characters.
May16 Follow your passions: Adrienne McBride When Adrienne McBride talks with students, there’s one piece of advice this UofGH alum always returns to. Rather than aiming for a job, look for an issue you love.
May11 Dissertation discusses the university-college divide Assistant Program Head of Justice Studies, Glenn Hanna, recently completed his PhD and shares some of the findings from his dissertation.
May09 Appreciating our field partners At the University of Guelph-Humber, students get a mix of theoretical and hands-on learning. At the Standing Ovation Field Partner Appreciation event, UofGH showed its gratitude to the places that make it possible.
May09 Bringing play-based learning to the community After months of appearing on the airwaves, students and faculty from Early Childhood Studies took their message of play-based learning to the community.
May05 UofGH students place in top 3 at Harvard case competition A group of UofGH students recently competed at the Harvard International Consulting Competition. After going head-to-head against teams from across the continent, they took home the 3rd place prize.
Apr27 Breaking barriers at EMERGE Conference 2016 Four months of planning and hard work paid off this week at the University of Guelph-Humber’s 4th annual EMERGE Conference.

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