Portrait of Annelise Callisto with quote reading

Community Engagement

In their quest to understand successful aging, UofGH professor of gerontology, Dr. Brenda Elias, and student, Annelise Callisto, engage a so-called intentional community, and discover some surprising findings from a home that is unlike any other.

UofGH hosts
first-of-its-kind community
safety forum

Community Engagement

In working toward safer communities in the GTA, UofGH bridges the gap between Toronto Community Housing, Toronto Police, and other justice professionals.

Portrait of UofGH student Miranda Palmer

Community Engagement

UofGH students accompany Program Head of Early Childhood Studies to speak at high schools about the stresses of transitioning to university.

Psychology conference shows high school students what UofGH is all about

Community Engagement

High school students from across the GTA see for themselves what awaits them at UofGH.

What does
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
look like at UofGH?

Community Engagement at UofGH

It’s about leadership, collaboration, citizenship, learning, outreach, and commitment. While community engagement can present many different ways, our focus on communal betterment remains.
In celebration of this, we invite you to explore what community engagement looks like at UofGH.

Photograph of EMA awards

Community Engagement

For Canada’s first student media awards program, UofGH brings together 22 post-secondary schools, 130 students, and 31 leading industry judges.

Solving
local problems
with
foreign answers

Community Engagement

Why UofGH Justice Studies invited a criminology researcher from Northern Ireland to speak with justice professionals from across the GTA.

UofGH more than doubles
donations to
Daily Bread

Community Engagement

“I was overwhelmed by the response,” says Dept. Head as UofGH more than doubles its donations to Daily Bread.

Photo of Matthew LaGrone, Assistant Program Head, Electives with quote reading “Diversity is nothing new. Ancient Rome was diverse. But it had a state religion. We do not.”

Community Engagement

How Dr. Matthew LaGrone, UofGH religion professor, helped a local police service navigate the intersection of human rights and religious freedoms.

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Events

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ECDC
Orientation

ECDC Orientation

New to the Early Childhood Degree Completion program? Register now for this important information session on Thursday, Aug. 27.

FCSS DC
Orientation

FCSS DC Orientation

New to the Family and Community Social Services Degree Completion program? Register now for this important information session on Thursday, Aug. 27.

News

Jul30 Solving local problems with foreign answers UofGH brings together international researchers with local professionals in Policing and Community Safety Forum
Jul30 Psychology Conference shows high school students what UofGH is all about High school students from across the GTA see for themselves what awaits them at UofGH.
Jul30 UofGH hosts first-of-its-kind community safety forum UofGH hosts first-of-its-kind community safety forum
Jul16 How ECEs could be the next game-changers What began an unprecedented success for a boy and his family is now triggering some new questions about the role of early childhood educators. Dr. Nikki Martyn, Program Head, Early Childhood Studies, explains.
Jul16 A sugar-free taste of kinesiology research Dr. Mojgan Rezvani together with UofGH students look into the true effects of a sports drink on athletic performance.
Jun18 Congratulations, 2015 Graduates! More than 800 students crossed the stage on Monday, June 15, becoming the University of Guelph-Humber’s newest alumni. We’ve selected some of our favourite moments to share with you from our university’s biggest celebration of the year.
Jun18 Convocation 2015: By the numbers We’ve done the math. See what convocation looks like, by the numbers.
Jun18 Lieutenant-Colonel (Retired) Stéphane Grenier urges UofGH grads to change nation’s approach to mental health with heartfelt plea In a heartfelt speech, Lieutenant-Colonel (Retired) Stéphane Grenier MSC, CD, veteran of the Canadian military and mental health innovator, urges UofGH grads to change nation’s approach to mental health.

Events