University of Guelph Graduate Studies 2022 Viewbook

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WELCOME

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AWARDS AND FUNDING

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FIND AN ADVISOR

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GRADUATE STUDENT RESOURCES

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GRADUATE STUDENTS IN ACTION

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UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH COLLEGES:

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13 Family Relations & Applied Nutrition

14 Accounting

15 Food Safety & Quality Assurance

15 Animal Biosciences

15 Food Science

10 Art History and Visual Culture

15 Food, Agricultural & Resource Economics

17 ArtificialIntelligence

10 French

11 Bioinformatics

13 Geography

16 Biomedical Sciences

10 History

12 Biophysics

11 Human Health & Nutritional Sciences

11 Biotechnology

1 IntegrativeBiology

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College of Arts

14 Business Administration

17 InternationalDevelopmentStudies

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College of Biological Science

15 Capacity Development & Extension

15 Landscape Architecture

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College of Engineering and Physical

12 Chemistry

10 Latin American & Caribbean Studies

16 Clinical Studies

14 Leadership

Sciences

12 Computational Sciences

10 Literary Studies/Theatre Studies in English

College of Social and Applied Human

12 Computer Science

14 Management

13 Conservation Leadership

14 Market Research

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Sciences 14

10 Creative Writing

14 Marketing & Consumer Studies

Gordon S. Lang School of Business

13 Criminology & Criminal Justice Policy

13 Master of Applied Nutrition

and Economics

10 CriticalStudiesinImprovisation

12 Mathematics & Statistics

12 Cybersecurity&ThreatIntelligence

11 Molecular & Cellular Biology

15 Dairy Technology Management

17 Neuroscience

12 Data Science

17 One Health

14 Economics

16 Pathobiology

12 Engineering

10 Philosophy

10 English

12 Physics

15 Environmental Sciences

15 Plant Agriculture

10 European Studies

13 Political Science

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Ontario Agricultural College

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Ontario Veterinary College

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Collaborative Specializations

WeoaerourgratitudetothelandsonwhichtheUniversityofGuelph campusesGuelph, ( RidgetownandGuelph-Humber)aresituatedand theIndigenousancestorswhohaveinhabitedtheselandsforcenturies. We recognize that our campuses are located on the lands of the Dish withOneSpoonWampumandweoaerourrespecttotheMississaugas oftheCredit,theDelawareNationatMoraviantown,SixNationsofthe GrandRiverandthediversecommunitiesofFirstNations,InuitandMétis peopleswhoresideontheselandstoday.

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ACADEMIC PROGRAMS:


16 Population Medicine 13 Psychology 16 Public Health

WHAT PATH WILL YOU TAKE?

13 PublicIssuesAnthropology 17 Regenerative Medicine 15 Rural Planning & Development 15 Rural Studies 17 Sexualities, Genders and Bodies 13 Social Practice and Transformational Change 13 Sociology 10 Studio Art 10 Theatre Studies 14 Tourism & Hospitality 14 Tourism Research 17 Toxicology 16 Veterinary Medicine / Public Health 16 Veterinary Science 18

HOW TO APPLY

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TUITION AND COSTS

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FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS –

I am delighted that you have taken a moment to explore graduate studies at the n U iversity of Guelph. As you iw ll seeinthesepages,weoaerovergraduate 01 programsacrosstheUniversity’ssevencollegesthroughwhich youcanworkwithinternationallyrecognizedfacultytoprepareyourselfforacademicandprofessionalcaree and,withinourthesis-basedprograms,advanceknowledgeforthebenefitofall. Weappreciatethateachofyouwillcometograduatestudieswithparticulargoalsinmind,beitadvancing knowledgeandcreativepracticeforuniversalbenefit,mobilizingknowledgeforsegmentsofsocietythatmight benefitfromit,oracquiringknowledgeforyourownprofessionalpractice.Someofyoumaysimplywantto learnsomethingnewortothinkdeeplyaboutaphenomenonforawhile.Wearepreparedtosupporteachof thesepaths,solongasyouarepreparedtoarticulateyourgoalsandpursuethemwithvigour.

Graduatestudiesarespecial.Ascomparedtoyourundergraduatestudies,mostgraduateprogramsrequire youtotakeownershipofyourstudiesbeitindefiningapertinentresearchquestion,completingaworkshopto addacomplementaryprofessionalskilltoyourrepertoire,completinganindustryinternship,orco-authoring academicpaperforNatureorScience.Further,yourstudieswillinvolvemorethantextbooklearningandlecture halls.Ourgraduatestudentscommonlyworkinresearchlabs,completestudioart,guideundergraduatelabsor seminars,andundertakefieldworkinsometimesexoticplaces. Indeed,thispicturewastakenbyoneofmyowngraduatestudentsontheMonarchMountainTrailoutsideAtlin, BC.IwastheretosetherupforafieldseasonworkingwiththeTakuRiverTlingitFirstNation. Mostofthetime,Iwearasuitandsitinmeetings.Graduatestudiescantakeyouawayfromallthat.

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ABOUT THE CITY OF GUELPH

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GRADUATE STUDIES PREVIEW DAY

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CONTACT INFO + SOCIAL MEDIA

Dr.BenBradshaw AssistantVice-President Graduate ( Studies)

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G ry phons I mprov e L ife U of G Scholarships and Funding graduatestudies.uoguelph.ca/current/funding Eachyear,theUniversityofGuelphinvestsmillionsofdollarsinto thesis-basedgraduatestudentsandtheresearchtheyarepursuing. TheUniversitywantstoensurethatthesestudentscandedicate themselves to the successful completion of their graduate programs. Fundingpackagesforeligiblestudentsaredeterminedwithintheir graduatedepartments,withsomedepartmentsroutinelycommitting to$24,50peryearforthreeorfouryearsforPhDstudentsandothers

In 2019/20, graduate students at the University of Guelph secured $21.1 million in scholarships and bursaries, including $4.2M from external agencies. In addition, the University provided $36.7 million to Graduate students in the form of GTAs, GRAs and GSAs, bringing total graduate student support in 2018/19 to $57.9M.

oaeringpackagesclosertotheinstitutionalminimumof$21,0peryear. Packages may be made up of a number of components, such as: G! GraduateTeachingAssistantships(GTAs); G! GraduateResearchAssistantships(GRAs)/Graduate ServiceAssistantships(GSAs);and G! Scholarships(externaland/orinternal). Ultimately,theamountoffundingsecured by graduate students is commonly higher than the amounts committed to in their oaersofadmission,asthereare many opportunities for additional awards,researchstipendsand employment income.

Here are a few scholarships unique to U of G: Indigenous Graduate Scholarships Total value varies for each scholarship, for more information go to graduatestudies.uoguelph.ca/current/funding/scholarships/internal

Arrell Graduate Scholarships TotalValue:Master’s0,1-$;Doctoral-$02,

Dairy Farmers of Ontario Research Scholarship TotalValue:0,51$

There are 3040 grad students currently enrolled in 103 graduate programs.

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International Doctoral Scholarships TotalValue:$50,


Looking for an Advisor? Visitthedepartmentwebsiteandcontactthefacultymember(s)youare interestedinworkingwithdirectly.Theyareinterestedinknowingmoreabout whatresearchyouwanttodo,whyyouwanttoworkwiththemandifyou have applied to or received any scholarships. Ourgraduatefacultyareleadingglobalresearchersandscholarswhoare continuallyworkingtoimprovelife.TakealookatourSpotlightonFaculty pagetolearnmoreabouttheirwork: graduatestudies.uoguelph.ca/future/faculty

Achieving Your Goals GraduatestudiesattheUniversityofGuelphoaerstheopportunitytostudy and conduct research across various disciplines. With access to professors and professionals from a variety of programs, a graduate program can be tailoredtoyourspecificresearchinterests.

Student-focused Graduatestudentswillhavetheopportunitytoworkcloselywithfaculty memberswhoarecommittedtothedevelopmentoftheirstudentsasfuture researchers, educators and practitioners.

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G r a d Stu de nt R esou rces Improve life as a graduate student at U of G. TheUniversityofGuelph’srichandcollaborative graduatestudiesexperienceiswhatyoucanexpect fromaninstitutionwithsuchaprofoundlegacyof success.Yourstudiesandtheknowledgethatyou create are the primary focus of everyone here. Our support is both academic and cultural and inclusive of all students and faculty. We are competitive but never at the expense of the outcomesyoupursue.GraduatestudiesatUofGis a community. Our shared purpose is to improve life andwestartbyimprovingtheenvironmentinwhich you learn and explore.

U of G Services uoguelph.ca/services

Grad Pathways

graduatestudies.uoguelph.ca/grad-pathways GradPathwaysisthehubofacademicand professional skills development opportunities forgraduatestudentsandpostdoctoralfellows. ItisadministeredbytheObceofGraduateand PostdoctoralStudiesincollaborationwithoncampusandoa-campuspartners.

Indigenous Student Centre (ISC) uoguelph.ca/studentexperience/isc

TheISCisaplaceofbelongingforFirstNations,Inuitand Métisgraduateandundergraduatestudentsfromacross TurtleIsland.Together,wecelebrateandabrmdiverse Indigenousheritage,culturesandworldviewsandstriveto nurtureaholisticcommunitybasedonIndigenouskinship models for solidarity and support. Graduate students areencouragedtoconnectwiththeIndigenousStudent Advisoratnatasha.young@uoguelph.catodiscussfinancial, academic, cultural, employment and personal concerns. Stephanie Bryenton (MSc, Family Relations and Human Nutrition) in front of the Indigenous Student Centre at U of G

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G r a d Stu de nt R esou rces Office of Research uoguelph.ca/research

TheObceofResearchworkstoenableandcreateopportunitiesin supportofpeopleandpartnershipsthatadvancethequality,preeminence andsocietalvalueofUofGresearchandcreativeendeavours.

Research Innovation Office uoguelph.ca/research/innovation/

TurningUofGdiscoveriesintoinnovativesolutionsthataddresstoday’s complex challenges. They have the connections, resources, and tools to help you create, collaborate and commercialize your research to improvelifeforthecommunity,thecountryandtheworld!

Library

lib.uoguelph.ca Our studentshaveaccess to anextraordinarily widerange ofinformation through the main library’s print and electronic resources and our innovativepartnershipwithboththeUniversityofWaterlooandWilfrid LaurierUniversity.

Office of Diversity and Human Rights uoguelph.ca/diversity-human-rights

TheObceofDiversityandHumanRights(DHR)coordinates, evaluates,andpromotestheUniversity’sequity,diversity, andinclusioneaorts.DHRdevelops,manages,andsupports educational and outreach initiatives, and promotes the fundamental rights and responsibilities guaranteed under Ontario’s Human Rights Code.

Accessibility uoguelph.ca/csd

Wearecommittedtocreatingabarrier-freeenvironment withthebeliefthatprovidingaccessibleservicesisashare responsibility among students, faculty and administrators.

Athletics and Facilities gryphons.ca

TheGuelphGryphonsAthleticCentreisanewstateoftheart 170,sq’fitnesscentre.Thefacilityfeaturesasuspended running track, varsity basketball and volleyball courts, indoorsoccerfield,pools,aclimbingwallandnumerous multipurposeroomsforfitnessandrecreation.

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G ry phons I mprov e L if e

The Post Doc Social in 2019 at the Fifth (grad student lounge)

Ashleigh Stegelmeier (PhD, Pathobiology) adapting pre-existing platforms to create potential Covid-19 pulmonary immunotherapies

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Anna Garland (P the at the E

Crystal Allan (MCL Conservation Leadership) at the Arboretum

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G ry phons I mprov e L ife G r a d Stu de nts I n A ction

PhD Animal Biosciences, Equine Physiology) at Equine Sports Medicine & Reproductive Center

Abigail Wiesner (MSc Environmental Sciences) studying box tree moths in the Arboretum

3MT® (3-Minute Thesis) Winners Claire Mindus, (PhD Animal Biosciences) and Anita Luu, (PhD Biomedical Sciences)

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Jehoshua Sharma (PhD, Molecular & Cellular Biology watching fellow competitors in the 2020 3MT® CBS college heat

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P rogr a ms

I think it’s good to remember that your MFA doesn’t have to be everything or hold everything, that it’s just one stop along the way.

College of Arts arts.uoguelph.ca

Graduate students in the College of Arts conduct research in the liberal and performing arts that serves society by exploring the depth and breadth of human experience, in the past and the present, to help our world chart a course for the future. ART HISTORY AND VISUAL CULTURE MA Contact: Barbara Merrill bmerrill@uoguelph.ca 9-x5 1 50 2 4 - 2 8 1 7 6 4 CREATIVE WRITING MFA Facilitated ( attheUniversityof Guelph-Humbercampus) Contact: Libby Johnstone cwmfa@uoguelph.ca​ CRITICAL STUDIES IN IMPROVISATION MA, PhD Contact: Jocelyn Holmes idipugpa@uoguelph.ca 9-x1502 4- 28 253 ENGLISH MA Contact: Pam Keegan setsgrad@uoguelph.ca 9-x5 1 50 2 4 - 2 8 5 1 3 6

sophia bartholomew | MFA Studio Art

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EUROPEAN STUDIES MA Contact: Flora Laird euroma@uoguelph.ca 9-x5 1 50 2 4 - 2 8 7 8 6

LATIN AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN STUDIES MA Contact: Enrica Cominetti ecominet@uoguelph.ca

Streams: • ExploringEuropeanIdentities • CrosswaysinCulturalNarratives EUROPEAN STUDIES + LINGUISTICS AND LITERARY STUDIES AT VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL DUAL DEGREE PROGRAM MA + MA Contact: Enrica Cominetti ecominet@uoguelph.ca FRENCH MA Contact: Enrica Cominetti ecominet@uoguelph.ca

LITERARY STUDIES/THEATRE STUDIES IN ENGLISH PhD Contact: see Theater Studies MA PhD Fields: • Studies in Canadian Literatures • Colonial, Postcolonial and Diasporic Studies • Early Modern Studies • Sexuality and Gender Studies • Transnational Nineteenth- Century Studies • Studies in the History and Politics of Performance and Theatre

PHILOSOPHY MA, PhD Contact: Janet Thackray HISTORY MA, PhD jthack@uoguelph.ca Joint ( programwithUniversityof 91 x5 5 02 4- 28 562 WaterlooandWilfridLaurierUniversity) Field: Contact: Ann Vandergust • Philosophy of Data Science ( MA) histacademic@uoguelph.ca * Pending Senate approval 9-15 97-48 x5 0 8256

Fields: • Studies in Canadian Literatures • Colonial, Postcolonial and Diasporic Studies • Early Modern Studies FieldsPhD ( only): • Sexuality and Gender Studies STUDIO ART MFA • IndigenousHistoriesofTurtleIsland • TransnationalNineteenth-Century • Canadian History Contact: Barbara Merrill Studies bmerrill@uoguelph.ca • World History 9x5 1 5 0 2 4- 28 1764 • Early Modern European History • Cold War History • Modern European History THEATRE STUDIES MA • Scottish History Contact: Pam Keegan • War and Society setsgrad@uoguelph.ca • Medieval History 9-x5 1 50 2 4 - 2 8 5 1 3 6

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P rogr a ms College of Biological Science uoguelph.ca/cbs

Research conducted by the 300 graduate students in the CBS spans studies of cellular function at the molecular level, to lifestyle effects on human health, through to investigations of environmental factors affecting the biodiversity of life forms on a global scale.

Danielle Nowosad | PhD Integrative Biology

BIOINFORMATICS MSc, MBNF, PhD INTEGRATIVE BIOLOGY MSc, PhD Aninterdepartmentalprogramwithgraduateadvisory Contact: Kate Artuso committees comprised of faculty in both life sciences cbsib@uoguelph.ca and computational sciences. 9-1x5 5 02 4- 8 9706 uoguelph.ca/bioinformatics Fields: cbsib@uoguelph.ca • Comparative Physiology 519-824-10x56097 • Ecology •

BIOTECHNOLOGY MBIOT Aninterdepartmentalprogramdrawingonthe expertise of the Department of Molecular & Cellular Biology and the Department of Management at the Lang School of Business & Economics uoguelph.ca/mbiotech Contact: Dr. Carol Hannam hannamc@uoguelph.ca 519-824-10x5647 HUMAN HEALTH AND NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES MSc, PhD Contact: AlyssaVanword cbshhnsgrad@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 5 02 4- 28 653

Evolutionary Biology

MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY MSc, PhD Contact: JillianCockwell cbsmcb@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 5 02 4- 8 642 Fields: • Biochemistry • Cell Biology • Microbiology • Molecular Biology and Genetics • Plant Biology

The mentors I had in academia and in the Arctic science community were all female; they showed me that I had potential and that it was possible to succeed in that realm of research.

Fields: • Biomechanics • Nutrition, Exercise and Metabolism • Nutritional and Nutraceutical Sciences

Sampling for benthic freshwater invertebrates in Iqaluktuttiaq, Kilinoyak, Nunavut.

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P rogr a ms AmIgoingtobesitting at a desk running a complicated model? Travelling for research? These things really matter to your graduate experience. For me, getting outside forfieldwork andworking in a natural environment seemed perfect.

College of Engineering and Physical Sciences uoguelph.ca/ceps

CEPS offers numerous graduate programs enhanced by cutting-edge facilities/partnerships including the Guelph Advanced Analysis Centre,CARE-AI, Electrochemical Technology Centre, Perimeter Institute, TRIUMF, Canadian Light Source, SHARCNET, MITACS, Canadian Water Network, the Institute for Quantum Computing and the Advanced Food and Materials Network. BIOPHYSICS MSc, PhD An interdepartmental program spanning the entire breadth of the life sciences spectrum, including biochemistry, molecular biology, microbiology, and human biology. uoguelph.ca/biophysics Contact:JaniceIlic big@uoguelph.ca 519-824-10x58176 Related Areas: • Biomechanical Biophysics • Cellular Biophysics • Computational Biophysics • Molecular Biophysics • Structural Biophysics

COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCES PhD Contact: Jennifer Hughes gradassist@socs.uoguelph.ca 519-824-10x56402 COMPUTER SCIENCE MSc, PhD Contact: Jennifer Hughes csgradassist@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 5 02 4- 8 2046 CYBERSECURITY AND THREAT INTELLIGENCE MCTI Contact: Jennifer Hughes cybergrad@uoguelph.ca

DATA SCIENCE MDS Graduate Program Coordinator: CHEMISTRY MSc, PhD Dr. Ayesha Ali Joint ( withtheUniversityofWaterloo) mdsgrad@uoguelph.ca chemgrad@uoguelph.ca Hannah May | MASc Engineering Water Resources Engineering

9-1x5 5 02 4- 8 4 03 Fields: • Analytical Chemistry • Biochemistry • InorganicChemistry • Nanoscience • Organic Chemistry • Physical Chemistry • Polymer Chemistry • Theoretical Chemistry

ENGINEERING MASc, MEng, PhD Admissions: Robin Van Alstine soe.gradmiss@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 5 02 4- 8 7816 MAScandPhD:JacquelineFloyd soegrad@uoguelph.ca 9-1x55 02 4- 8 7816 MEng: Lauren Fyke soegrad.course@uoguelph.ca 9-1x55 02 4- 8 40 2

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Environmental Engineering Mechanical Engineering Water Resources Engineering

MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS MSc, PhD Contact: Susan McCormick gradms@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 5 02 4- 28 35 6 Fields: • Applied Mathematics • Applied Statistics PHYSICS MSc, PhD Joint ( withtheUniversityofWaterloo) Contact:JaniceIlic physgrad@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 5 02 4- 28 6718 Fields: • Astrophysics and Gravitation • Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics • Biophysics • Chemical Physics • Condensed Matter and Materials Physics • IndustrialandAppliedPhysics • Quantum Computing • Subatomic Physics

Fields: • Biological Engineering • Computer Engineering • Engineering Systems and Computing

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P rogr a ms College of Social and Applied Human Sciences uoguelph.ca/csahs

CSAHS is committed to making a difference in everyday lives. Students have an opportunity to put research into practice with internationally recognized faculty in areas such as individual, family and workplace health, policy and governance, the environment and globalization. CONSERVATION LEADERSHIP MCL Contact: Erich Keyser mconslead@uoguelph.ca CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICY MA Contact:RenéeTavascia rtavasci@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 502 4- 8 976 3 FAMILY RELATIONS AND APPLIED NUTRITION MAN, MSc, PhD Contact: Shauna Porter fran.graduate@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 502 4- 8 963 8 Fields: • Applied Human Nutrition (MAN, MSc,PhD) • CoupleandFamilyTherapyMSc) ( • Family Relations and Human DevelopmentMSc, ( PhD) GEOGRAPHY MA, MSc, PhD Contact: Nance Grieve geograd@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 5 02 4- 8 1276 Fields: • Biophysical Systems and Processes • Environmental Management and Governance • Socio-EconomicSpacesand Change

POLITICAL SCIENCE MA, PhD Contact:RenéeTavascia rtavasci@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 502 4- 28 976 3 MA Fields: • Rights, Justice, Citizenship and Identity PhD Fields: • Canadian Politics • Comparative Politics • Gender, Race, Indigeneity, and Sexuality • International Relations • Law and Politics • Public Policy and Governance PSYCHOLOGY MA, MSc, PhD Contact: Duska Males psycgpa@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 5 02 4- 28 8053

SOCIAL PRACTICE AND TRANSFORMATIONAL CHANGE PhD Contact:Dr.RobertaHawkins, Program Director sopr@uoguelph.ca

We’re using a number of high tech gizmos and gadgets; from weighing lysimeters run by the School of Environmental Science, to hyperspectral sensors mounted on UAVs allowing us to view the environment in ways you can’t quite explore using a pen and paper.

SOCIOLOGY MA, PhD Contact: Shelagh Daly daly@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 5 02 4- 8 9583 Fields: • Crime and Social Control • Environment, Food and Communities • IdentitiesandSocialInclusion • Work and Organization

FieldsMA, ( PhD): • Applied Social Psychology • Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology • Industrial-Organizational Psychology FieldsMSc, ( PhD): • Neuroscience and Applied Cognitive Science PUBLIC ISSUES ANTHROPOLOGY MA Contact: Shelagh Daly daly@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 502 4- 28 9583 Bryce Miller | MSc Geography

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P rogr a ms When applying for graduate school, I knew that I wanted to focus my research on restaurants and how they could improve social and environmental sustainability. I liked that the Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics focuses on using business as a force for good.

Rebecca Gordon | MSc Tourism & Hospitality

Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics uoguelph.ca/lang

Graduate students in the Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics acquire professional skills, analytical tools and a broad understanding of human behaviour to advance individual careers and to respond imaginatively to the social and environmental challenges facing business and society today. ACCOUNTING GDip. Dr. Davar Rezania, Graduate Coordinator drezania@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 02 4- 8 7524

MANAGEMENT MSc, PhD mscmgmt@uoguelph.ca / mgmtphd@uoguelph.ca Contact: Cori Wells or Melinda Heijl 9-1x5502 4- 28 3412

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MBA lang.mba@uoguelph.ca |47 2- 6 8 -1 9-x55 0214- 8 78 3

MSc Fields: • Accounting • Innovation,CommercializationEntrepreneurship & • Management Research

Fields: • Food and Agribusiness Management • Hospitality and Tourism Management • Sustainable Commerce

PhD Fields: • Marketing and Consumer Behaviour • Organizational Leadership • Services Management

ECONOMICS MA, PhD gradecon@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 5 02 4- 8 9883

MARKETING AND CONSUMER STUDIES MSc mcsmsc@uoguelph.ca Contact: Cori Wells or Melinda Heijl 9-1x5502 4- 28 3412 Fields: • Consumer Behaviour • Marketing

Fields: • AppliedMicroeconomicsPhD) ( • DevelopmentandGrowthPhD) ( • EconometricsPhD) ( • FinancialEconomicsMA, ( PhD) • Resources,EnvironmentandEnergyPhD) ( LEADERSHIP MA (Leadership) lang.leadership@uoguelph.ca |47 2- 6 8 -1 9-x55 0214- 8 78 3

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TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY MSc trmhmsc@uoguelph.ca Contact: Cori Wells or Melinda Heijl 9-1x5502 4- 28 3412

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P rogr a ms Ontario Agricultural College oac.uoguelph.ca

Canada’s top agricultural research institution provides diverse opportunities for cutting-edge graduate studies in extensive laboratory, field and office settings. Mentored by world leading faculty, graduate students in the OAC are making a difference in food, agriculture, communities and the environment. ANIMAL BIOSCIENCES MSc, PhD Contact:JacobHarwood harwood@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 5 02 4- 8 5126 Fields: • Animal Behaviour and Welfare • Animal Breeding and Genetics • Animal Nutrition • Animal Physiology CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT AND EXTENSION MSc Contact:Lorena Barker cde@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 5 02 4- 8 0876 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES MSc, MES, PhD Contact: Jennifer LaPorte ses.gradsec@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5502 4- 8 933 7 PhD Fields: • Earth and Atmospheric Sciences • Ecosystem Science and Biodiversity • Plant and Environmental Health FOOD, AGRICULTURAL AND RESOURCE ECONOMICS MSc, MFARE, PhD Contact: Kathryn Selves faregrad@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 5 02 4- 8 17 2 Fields: • Food and Agricultural Economics • Natural Resource and Environmental Economics

FOOD SAFETY AND QUALITY ASSURANCE MSc online, MSc, GDip. An interdepartmental program covering a range of subjects including food safety management, microbial and chemical food safety issues, and detection and epidemiology of foodborne pathogens. FSQAalsooaersa newfullyonlineMScoption. Contact:KayNorwell fsqa@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 5 02 4- 28 3812 FOOD SCIENCE MSc, PhD Contact:TriciaTownsend foodinfo@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 5 02 4- 28 5072 Fields: • Food Chemistry • Food Microbiology • Food Processing LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE MLA Contact: Diana Foolen dfoolen@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5502 4- 28 675 MASTER OF DAIRY TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT MDTM Contact:KayNorwell mdtm@uoguelph.ca 519-824-10ext52183

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The thing that really excites me about the work I do is that it has potential to help a lot of people down the road.

PLANT AGRICULTURE MSc, PhD Contact:TaraIsrael pagrad@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 5 02 4- 8 7 06 Fields: • Bioproducts • Crop Production Systems • Plant Breeding and Genetics • Plant Biochemistry and Physiology RURAL PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT MSc (Planning), MPlan Contact: Lorena Barker rpd@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 5 02 4- 8 0876 MSc Fields: • Canadian Rural Planning and Development • InternationalRuralPlanningand Development RURAL STUDIES PhD Contact: Lorena Barker rsphd@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 5 02 4- 8 0876 Fields: • Sustainable Landscape Systems • Sustainable Rural Communities

Jaber Husiny | MSc Plant Agriculture

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P rogr a ms I completed my veterinary studies in Brazil. I did not have to think twice before choosing Guelph for my PhD studies. It is a unique opportunity to be in such a great collaborative environment and be mentored by some of the most renowned dairy researchers.

Ontario Veterinary College ovc.uoguelph.ca

The internationally recognized, innovative, and collaborative research at the OVC focuses on improving animal health and well-being by enhancing our understanding of the development, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of animal diseases and welfare issues thereby helping to sustain a viable animal-human-environment interface. BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES MSc, MBS, PhD bmsgrad@uoguelph.ca 9-1x55 02 4- 8 0874 Fields: • Biomedical Toxicology and Pharmacology • Cancer Biology • Cardiovascular Physiology • Cellular and Molecular Basis of Disease • Neuroscience • Reproductive Biology and Development • Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine

Tony C. Bruinjé | PhD Population Medicine

CLINICAL STUDIES MSc, DVSc csgrad@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 5 02 4- 8 0874 PATHOBIOLOGY MSc, PhD, GDip., DVSc Contact: Jessie Beer pathgrad@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 5 02 4- 8 5274 FieldsMSc, ( PhDonly): • Comparative Pathology • Immunology • VeterinaryInfectiousDiseases • Veterinary Pathology

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POPULATION MEDICINE MSc, PhD, DVSc Contact:KaiteBrown popmgrad@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5502 4- 28 50 4 Fields: • EpidemiologyMSc, ( PhD) • HealthManagementMSc, ( DVSc) • PublicHealthMSc, ( PhD) • TheriogenologyMSc, ( DVSc) PUBLIC HEALTH MPH, GDip. mphinfo@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 5 02 4- 28 5274 DOCTOR OF VETERINARY MEDICINE/ MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH COMBINED DEGREE PROGRAM DVM/MPH mphinfo@uoguelph.ca 9-1x5 5 02 4- 28 5274 VETERINARY SCIENCE DVSc Contact participating departments: • Clinical Studies - csgrad@uoguelph. ca • Clinical Studies VIRMP Match Program virmp@uoguelph.ca • Pathobiology - pathgrad@uoguelph. ca • Population Medicine - popmgrad@uoguelph.ca

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P rogr a ms Collaborative Specializations Interested in complementing your graduate degree by specializing in another subject area? Graduate students can specialize in the following multidisciplinary areas to enhance the work pursued in their respective graduate degree programs. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE MASc, MSc uoguelph.ca/ceps/csai Contact: Farrah Trahan csaigrad@uoguelph.ca INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT STUDIES MA, MSc, MASc, MFARE, MPH, MEng, PhD ids.uoguelph.ca Contact: Faythe Van Esch ids@uoguelph.ca 519-824-10x53461

Never give up. Things can get hard and can get busy but never impossible. If there is something I have learned in Guelph it is that a friendly hand always appears to help you continue.

SEXUALITIES, GENDERS AND BODIES MA, MSc, PhD graduatestudies.uoguelph.ca/programs/sgb Contact: Jocelyn Holmes idipugpa@uoguelph.ca 519-824-10ext532 TOXICOLOGY MBS, MSc, PhD uoguel.ph/cstox Contact:LisaO’Dwyer chemgrad@uoguelph.ca 51982410x5304

NEUROSCIENCE MBS, MSc, PhD uoguel.ph/neurgrad cbsmcb@uoguelph.ca 519-824-10x5624 ONE HEALTH MA, MASc, MEng, MES, MSc, MSc (Planning), PhD onehealth.uoguelph.ca/collaborative-specialization-inone-health GraduateProgramCoordinator:Dr.KatieClow kclow@uoguelph.ca REGENERATIVE MEDICINE DVSc, MASc, MBS, MSc, PhD graduatestudies.uoguelph.ca/programs/regmed Contact:KatherineIversen bmsgrad@uoguelph.ca 519-824-10x54780

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HOW TO APPLY

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APPLICATION DEADLINES

APPLICATION FEES

START DATES

–021$ allprograms* MBA * MA & Leadershipis051$

January, May, September. Seedepartmentwebsitesfor details.

Application deadlines vary by program. See departmentwebsitesfordetails.Werecommend internationalapplicantsapplyaminimumof9-21 months in advance of their start date.

International Students

APPLY ONLINE

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Degree Applying For

Previous Degree

Minimum Grade Average1

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B-

Doctorate

Master

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Somedepartmentswillrequireahigherminimumgradeaverage.

Pleasecheckthespecificprogramwebpageforapplicationrequirements: graduatestudies.uoguelph.ca/programs/list/byprogram 70% or higher from a recognized post-secondary institution over the last two years of full-time equivalent study. 2

INTERNATIONAL CREDENTIAL EVALUATION InternationalstudentscanusetheInternational Credential Evaluation Guideline* as a reference for gainingabetterunderstandingofhowweassess gradesanddegreesfromaroundtheworld. graduatestudies.uoguelph.ca/future/international/ credential ALL DEGREES REQUIRE STUDY PERMITS: GovernmentofCanadaImmigrationand Citizenship: cic.gc.ca Learn more about coming to Canada to study: uoguel.ph/immigrationinfo

English Language Proficiency Tests 4

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or %37 higherfromarecognizedpost-secondaryinstitutionintheir Master’s program. Applicants must also demonstrate a strong potential for research. IfyourfirstlanguageisnotEnglish,youarerequiredtosubmitthe results of a standardized language test. Please see the chart to the right foracceptabletestsandrequiredscores.

Canadian Academic English Language Assessment www.cael.ca

CAEL

70

TheUniversityofGuelphEnglish LanguageCertificate uoguel.ph/elcp

ELCP

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Have questions? who to ask: GeneralInquiries: gradonln@uoguelph.ca ApplicationInquiries: gradapps@uoguelph.ca Study Permits: intl.student@uoguelph.ca

InternationalEnglishLanguage Testing System www.ielts.org

ielts

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Pearson Test of English Academic www.pearsonpte.com

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ESTIMATED YEARLY COST Includinghealth insurancesingle) ( 901 $ 8

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$3000**

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$100

$2,000

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$1500

* Cost of tuition varies for executive business programs. Tuitionfeesareassessedbasedonyourassignedcohortyearwhichcan be found at uoguel.ph/gradfees.

$4000

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Your Fees

$2211

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$1908

Additionalexpencestoconsidermayincludetraveltoor ( within)Canada.

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F or I nt e r nationa l Stu de nts International Student Experience uoguelph.ca/studentexperience/international-student-experience

Immigration and Advising Support: Helpingstudentsnavigatetherelationshipbetweenacademicsand immigration policies.

IchoseUofGbecauseitisknownasoneof thebestuniversitiesinagriculturalresearchwit equipmentandfacilitieswhichwillenablemeto accomplish my goals and academic ideas

One-on-oneconfidentialadvisingonvariousconcernsincludingfinancial, housing, healthcare and insurance, resources for spouses and families, academicandculturaltransitions,andadvisor-studentrelationship. Connectingstudentswithotherresourcesandsupportavailableon andoa-campus.

What they say is true, Canadians really are nice people!

Transition Support: HelpingstudentseasewiththetransitiontolifeinCanadaandattheUniversity of Guelph through peer mentorship programs such as the LINKProgramand Conversation Partners Program. Providingskillsandcapacitybuildingworkshopstopreparestudentsfor professional career development and life after graduation. Oaeringcommunity-buildingopportunitiesthroughsocialactivitiesand excursions to build a sense of belongingness in Guelph and Canada.

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IlikethefactthatGuelphisalivablecitywitha smalltowncommunityfeel.Also,Torontoisjust anhour-bus-driveaway!


Wh y C a na da ? Wh y G u e lph ? #1 in Canada and #12 in the World for Agricultural Science #2 in Canada and #44 in the World for Plant & Animal Science #5 in Canada and #99 in the World for the field of Environment/Ecology Our international students ranked us #1 in Canada for overall learning, living and student support* FROM GUELPH TO:

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A great university within a great city. WelcometoGuelph,oneofOntario’sfastestgrowing,best-runcities.Our350 hectare,award-winningcampusbecomesyourhomewhenyouenrollatthe UniversityofGuelph.Thelocallifestyleisprogressive,asisthelocaleconomy. With a population of over 133,000, the city boasts urban amenities and yet providesthewelcomeofasmallertown.Thereisanextensivetransitsystem tomoveyouaround,andthecityisastone’sthrowawayfromothermajor municipalities like Toronto, Kitchener, Waterloo and Hamilton. The architecture is rich, the legacy is strong, and the community is connected. Alumni agree, thecity’swarmembraceandtherelationshipsyougenerateherewillstickwith you long after you leave.

Travelling to Guelph Go Transit Bus/Train connects Guelph to the Greater Toronto Area and Mississauga. gotransit.com

Getting Around Guelph EligibleUniversityofGuelphstudents have unlimited access to the City of Guelph transit system. guelph.ca/living/getting-around/bus

Living in Guelph Graduate students have a variety of aaordableoncampushousingoptions. housing.uoguelph.ca Oa-campushousingandco-operative housing options are also available for graduate students. guelphcampus.coop/housing

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