CAGONT 2019 is being hosted by the Department of Geography, Environment and Geomatics at the University of Guelph on October 25-26. The conference will open with a reception and plenary panel on Friday, October 25. Paper and poster sessions to follow on Saturday, October 26.

Register now!

Brown Bag Speaker Series F19

Mark your calendars!

We’re letting you know about a great event run by our department to facilitate community, collaboration and learning over lunch. The Brown Bag Speaker Series is a weekly opportunity to meet faculty and professionals in your field and to broaden your geographical knowledge. 

Undergrad Research Assistant Positions 2023

Geography has three Undergraduate Research Assistant positions posted for Summer 2023 on Experience Guelph

These positions run for 16 weeks in the summer semester and students would be working closely with Geography faculty on research projects. If you are an undergraduate looking for summer work, please look at the postings on Experience Guelph and apply by February 27th.

The positions available are:

Dr. Diana Lewis

Developing an Indigenous-led Approach to Environmental Health Risk Assessment

One Health Seminar Series

The One Health seminar series showcases the depth and breadth of One Health research at the University of Guelph. These 50-minute talks feature a 30-minute presentation by U of G faculty, followed by an audience Q&A. Everyone is welcome, particularly graduate students and faculty.

Diana Lewis

"Developing an Indigenous-led Approach to Environmental Health Risk Assessment"

Novemeber 2, 2022 | 12:30-1:20 pm | PAHL 1812

Grad research has significant impact!

The following news about graduate student Amy (Zhaoshu) Shi’s MSc research with the department. It’s good news for our research and its impact, but actually fairly bad news for the province and our forest ecosystems.

IPCA Knowledge Basket

The Conservation through Reconciliation Partnership which is co-hosted by UoG with the participation of many GEG faculty and students has released the Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas Knowledge Basket which is a digital space to honour, celebrate, and catalyze Indigenous-led conservation.

It is full of resources and stories for anyone interested in conservation in Canada. Start your learning journey now -

Our Grads Publish - Asgari

Our PhD student Marjan Asgari as the lead author, published a paper "A Review of Parallel Computing Applications in Calibrating Watershed Hydrologic Models" in the prestigious journal "Environmental Modelling and Software". This review paper was developed based on her preparation for the qualifying examination.

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