If you are a new international grad student make sure to attend our International New Grad Orientation.
The GSUTC is a day dedicated to teaching and learning for U of G graduate students, and is free for all registered students. Visit the OpenEd website for more information and to register for the conference.
Support your fellow Gryphon Jenny Liu from the Ontario Agricultural College as she competes in the 2018 Three Minute Thesis Ontario Competition. She will represent UofG and showcase her graduate research in 3 minutes or less. You can stream the competition online at 3MT Ontario.
There are no classes scheduled today.
Enjoy your winter break, Gryphons! Classes resume Monday, February 26
Led by: Jill Rogers, Managing Director, Research Operations, Office of Research Randy Ragan, Manager, Legal Review, Office of Research What would you do if you became aware that someone in your lab fabricated data, or did not properly acknowledge someone in a journal article or scientific presentation? What are your obligations if you hold a position with, or receive income from a sponsor of your research?
Classes commence for the Winter 2018 semester. Good luck this semester!
Welcome to our new graduate students! We look forward to officially welcoming you on Thursday, January 4th.
This session will highlight resources and information that you need to know as an international graduate student. There will be a bus tour of the city after the session, starting at 4:45 PM.
We ask that you complete a short survey so that we can determine how many students to expect. This will serve as your registration for the event.Please note: This orientation session is not mandatory but we hope that you will be able to attend. We ask that you only register for this event: