Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies

Spotlight on Faculty

Portrait of Jamie Gruman

Jamie Gruman

The programs within the College of Business and Economics are filled with knowledgeable, accomplished academics who are also nice people. Unlike some programs where graduate students are treated like they're just a number, at Guelph graduate students are treated like colleagues. It's a nice environment to be in while receiving a top-notch education.

Email: jgruman@uoguelph.ca

Guy Guillemette

Guy Guillemette

The long-term objectives of our research program are to understand the mechanism and control of nitric oxide production by the mammalian nitric oxide synthase (NOS) isozymes as well as the calmodulin-dependent activation of its...

Email: jguillem@sciborg.uwaterloo.ca

Portrait of Derek Haley

Derek Haley

Studying the behavioural biology of cattle sheds light on how they see and experience the world, and ultimately offers us insight into their feelings. What drives their behaviour? How do the ways that we interact with them, house them, and manage them, impact their well-being? In our lab, answering these questions are fundamental to ensuring that the animals we farm, in this case cattle, live a good life.

Email: dhaley@uoguelph.ca

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Rebecca Hallett

I have a diverse range of interests related to herbivorous insects in agroecosystems, including the phytochemicals that influence insect interactions with host plants, factors influencing...

Email: rhallett@uoguelph.ca

Portrait of Dr. Helen Hambly

Helen Hambly

In the context of global challenges, I work in the area on communication and information for agricultural innovation and community economic development. I lead the Regional and Rural Broadband (R2B2) project.

University of Guelph Biotechnology Professor Andrew Hamilton-Wright

Andrew Hamilton-Wright

We look at interesting data problems with real-world impact.​

Email: andrew.hamilton-wright@uoguelph.c

Portrait of Dr. Roberta Hawkins

Roberta Hawkins

It is important to consider how our everyday decisions as residents of Canada affect global (or distant) issues, people and places in positive and negative ways.

Email: rhawkins@uoguelph.ca

Karl Henning

Karl Henning

As a faculty member in the Area of Clinical Psychology, I am advising clinical students. Results of our research inform the clinical prevention-treatment work that is done in the community as well as in the area of youth justice and corrections.

Email: khennig@uoguelph.ca