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Study Abroad at UofGH

In part five of this study abroad series, we learn about what health promotion looks like in the adventure capital of the world.

You’ve received your offer, but still have questions…

Next Steps for New Students

Drop by May 21 or May 28 to get all your questions answered about admissions, OSAP, course registration, and more.

Heath Applebaum, Faculty - Media Studies

Meet your professors

UofGH Media Studies professor Heath Applebaum talks about reputation, spin and firefighting.

How a UofGH student became Toronto's
Chief of Police

UofGH in the News

UofGH Program Head of Justice Studies, Dr. Gary Ellis, weighs in on Toronto's new Chief of Police in The Star - a man graduating this summer from the Justice Studies Degree Completion program.

Chief-Designate Mark Saunders

UofGH student named Toronto Police's new chief

Mark Saunders, set to graduate from UofGH's Justice Studies Degree Completion program, has been named head of Canada's largest municipal police force.

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And the EMA goes to…

Canada’s first and only student media awards were handed out at an inaugural gala. See who industry judges chose to take home the trophies.

GHSA & UoG Senators Elected

Student Government at UofGH

Congratulations to all elected representatives of the University of Guelph Senate and the Guelph-Humber Student Association (GHSA).

We need
to talk about
the phoenix…

… What phoenix?

The search for a UofGH school mascot is over.
Now, to design a costume.
Got an idea?
Submit it by May 1.

Photo of boat on water in Moosonee

Moosonee and Moose Factory: Field Study in Psychology

UofGH students are traveling by plane, by bus, by boat, by helicopter, and by foot in order to gain a better understanding of the notable disparities in mental health outcomes between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal populations.

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The mystery of
the dominant
U.S. dollar

UofGH in the Media

Despite plummeting purchasing power, numerous resuscitations and soaring national debt, the greenback stands strong. UofGH’s Dr. George Bragues offers his take on a recent book explaining why.

Daniel Santa Mina, PhD. Program Head, Kinesiology.

Research at UofGH

UofGH Program Head of Kinesiology, Dr. Daniel Santa Mina, has started a first-of-its kind exercise in cancer program at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre. See what’s next.

News

Apr22 The winners emerge Canada’s first and only student media awards were handed out at an inaugural gala. See who industry judges chose to take home the trophies.
Apr22 Prof. Heath Applebaum: Spin is dead Meet your professors
Apr22 Health promotion from afar, up close In part five of this study abroad series, we learn about what health promotion looks like in the adventure capital of the world.
Apr21 UofGH student named Toronto Police's new chief Mark Saunders, UofGH justice studies degree completion student, set to begin as Chief of Toronto Police.
Apr08 Nutrire Il Pianeta, Food for Thought In part four of this study abroad series, we learn about how more than 140 countries are tackling issues of global food security.
Apr08 UofGH students take home top prizes from Canada’s largest undergrad business conference Michael Legosz, Thomas Kerby, Daniel Angus, Hannah D'Silva, Jaylen McCurbin, Tomson Varghese, and Cassandra Hull took home 4 individual and one group award from Canada’s largest undergrad business conference.
Mar30 Why universities should pay attention to ‘laddism’ Prof. Carolyn Jackson visits from Lancaster University, UK, to share her research on a problematic culture within higher education.

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