Meet our Students

Portrait of graduate student Ethan Danielli (MSc, Human Health & Nutritional Sciences) in the atrium of Mac Donald Stewart Hall at the University of Guelph

Ethan Danielli

I am proud to be a graduate student at Guelph. We strive for excellence and are pushing research frontiers. The graduate student community is also tightly knit which creates a great sense of comradery.

Dref De Moura

Dref De Moura

Whether you want to walk though the Arboretum and commune with nature, grab a quick bite to eat between classes...or see which friends you can find strolling across Johnston Green, there's always something fun do to around campus.

Claudia De Stefano

Claudia De Stefano

 My experience as a TA has not only helped pay my tuition fees, but has also provided me with a unique and fulfilling experience which complemented my studies.

Ashley DePaola

Ashley DePaola

I completed my undergraduate degree at Guelph and fell in love with the sense of community, the beautiful campus, and the supportive services that are offered to students at the university.

Rachana Devkota

Rachana Devkota

People are very friendly and kind, and respect each other's culture. I feel like I am at a home away from home. There is not the rush and noise that you find in most cities. Life is…perfect here.

Portrait of U of G graduate student, Aleksandra Dolezal (MSc, Integrative Biology) in the Science Atrium at the University of Guelph

Aleksandra Dolezal

The city of Guelph has a community that cannot be matched. It is possible to have fun with friends downtown but also immerse myself in music festivals and learning new skills like pottery. It's easy to take advantage of all these great activities because everything is close by.

Portrait of graduate student David Duhan (MSc, Planning) in the Albert A. Thornbrough Building, University of Guelph

David Duhan

I chose to complete my grad studies at Guelph because of the faculty in the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development and the connections that the University has to several provincial ministries and government organizations.

Portrait of Melanie Dupuis

Melanie Dupuis

My research will improve life by providing people with information and resources on how to help protect mental health.

Sara Epp

Sara Epp

My research will benefit northern communities through the identification of challenges and solutions to farming in the north.

Nicole Fahner

Nicole Fahner

I chose the University of Guelph because I knew the DNA barcoding initiative originated here and I was interested in its potential applications as a diagnostic tool in food inspection, forensic science, and environmental monitoring.