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PhD candidate Carolina Reyes

ABSc Researchers Featured in Food From Thought Impact Report

Food from Thought, a major research initiative led by U of G since 2016, has released their 2021-22 Impact Report. The report highlights the accomplishments of researchers, graduate students and collaborators, including those from Animal Biosciences, towards the development of 

HQP Scholars 2022

Congratulations to the 2022 HQP Scholars

Recipients of the HQP Scholarship were recently announced and this year's cohort includes 5 outstanding members of the Department of Animal Biosciences:

Dr. Christine Baes featured on CTV Your Morning

Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in Livestock Genomics, Dr. Christine Baes, spoke to CTV's Your Morning about a large-scale applied research projected aiming to reduce methane emissions from cattle.

Watch the full interview here.

Welcome Corina Beu - Financial Clerk

Please join us in welcoming our new staff colleague in the main office, Corina Beu, Financial Clerk.

Corina has a degree in Economics – Finance and Banks, she is a certified member of the Canadian Payroll Association and also has a Benefits Specialist Program Certificate at Conestoga College. She brings to the role a solid experience in finance and accounting, and has worked in payroll in OVC at the University of Guelph. With her education, experience, strong work ethic and knowledge of the role, Corina will be a valuable addition to our team. 

Defense/Qualifying Exam Workshop

Attention ABSc Grad Students!

Are you prepping for an upcoming graduate exam (defense or qualifying) and looking for some more information? 

Here is your opportunity to learn more about departmental-specific protocols and procedures for scheduling and preparing for your exam. This event will also include a panel discussion with two professors, along with recent MSc and PhD graduates who will be available to answer questions regarding their experiences taking and preparing for these exams, along with tips and tricks for the big day.

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