Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies

Meet our Students

Portrait of graduate student Shannon French (PhD, Pathobiology) in the atrium of the Albert A. Thornbrough Building, University of Guelph

Shannon French

My advisor is a fantastic mentor who is very supportive of the projects I wish to pursue. Not only does she provide academic support, she also emphasizes the importance of wellness and balance and provides whatever tools she can to help her students grow both as researchers and as people.

Bhoomi Gandhi

Bhoomi Gandhi

My research investigated the interaction between surface and subsurface water to get a better understanding of interactions that occur between them, to find the answers to many recent groundwater contaminant sources.

Portrait of graduate student Valencia Gaspard (PhD, Rural Studies) in the atrium of the Albert A. Thornbrough Building, University of Guelph

Valencia Gaspard

Your work matters here. Graduate researchers at U of G improve life, that's a powerful community to be part of.

Shiona Glass-Kaastra

Shiona Glass-Kaastra

The atmosphere at the University of Guelph is warm, accepting, and supportive, and there are so many services that can be accessed easily if you need them.Upon finishing my undergraduate degree, I couldn't picture myself studying at any other university, so I continued on for a MSc, and now a PhD!