The University of Guelph is set to launch its new Project SEARCH program on campus in Fall 2024!
Interested in participating in a network for Gender-Based Indigenous Intersectional Impact Assessment (GiiiA)? Join these mini-sessions about different dimensions of GiiiA to learn more.
All at 1pm ET on Zoom.
Tuesday, January 16: Things to Know about GBA-Plus in Impact Assessment (with Deborah Stienstra)
Wednesday, January 24: MMIWG Calls to Justice in Impact Assessments (with Alexandra Bridges)
Thursday, January 25: The Business Case for Applying (CR)GBA Plus in Impact Assessments (with Melanie Cove)
The University of Guelph is celebrating Indigenous Recognition Week from January 15-19, 2024! In support of this event, we are sharing our interview with Evelyn Huntjens about Indigenous Disability Awareness Month (IDAM), which takes place annually in November, and her work in supporting disability services to Indigenous peoples.
The University of Guelph is celebrating Indigenous Recognition Week from January 15-19, 2024! The Indigenous Student Centre will be holding a series of events to celebrate First Nations, Inuit, and Métis cultures.
Events include Indigenous 101, “Nosism” & “Acting Good” with screenwriter Sonya Ballantyne, a dreamcatcher-making workshop, Métis jigging with Alica Hamilton, and a ᑕᐅᑐᑉᐹ Tautuppaa Long Looking exhibition tour. These events take place throughout the week and are open to everyone!
University of Guelph's Vaccarino Centre for Student Wellness is holding a Consent Action Week Program from January 22-26, 2024. Consent Action Week is an annual educational initiative held at post-secondary campuses across Ontario to create a dialogue about consent, survivorship, and prevention and to increase understanding of sexual and gender-based violence.
December 18 is International Migrants Day, a day set aside to reflect on the prominent contributions of migrants worldwide. Migrants are essential drivers of development in both their native and destination countries, whether workers, students, or families. It is crucial to reflect on these contributions and create a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere for migrants. To learn more about the barriers to and experiences of those migrating to Canada, we conducted an interview with Shruti Nadkarni.
Indira Naidoo-Harris is the Associate Vice-President (AVP) for the Office of Diversity and Human Rights at the University of Guelph.
Join the Political Science Department on Dec 6, the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, for The Changing North: Policy and Program Responses to Change/ing Communities, a discussion to bring attention to some of the issues women face.
The Live Work Well Research Centre is hiring a temporary part-time administrative assistant until November 2025. The position will provide administrative support for 2 days/week to national and international funded research projects. Deadline for application is November 29. Read more information and apply at https://uoguelph.ca/hr/careers-guelph/current-opportunities/administrative-assistant.