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Posted Friday, 27 January, 2023

The Ontario Turfgrass Symposium (OTS) is designed for turfgrass professionals and is hosted by the Guelph Turfgrass Institute at the University of Guelph, an international leader in the turf sciences. 
This popular two-day event brings together industry professionals from across Canada and the United States to participate in a selection of more than 30 sessions that explore the latest research and innovation in turf management. 
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Posted Monday, 16 January, 2023

Lifelong learning is more than just formal education and professional development; it’s a way to find personal satisfaction and enrichment. By keeping your brain stimulated and your mind open, you can find new passions, curiosities, and hobbies. You can also improve your well-being and decrease stress levels. Similar to how completing a physical challenge brings a rewarding sensation, so too can intellectual challenges.
But how can you foster the mindset of a lifelong...

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Posted Friday, 13 January, 2023

T2202 forms for 2022 will be available by Monday, February 27, 2023, on the  OpenEd Student Portal .
Visit our  Online Learning at U of G  page to learn more about tax receipts.

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Posted Wednesday, 11 January, 2023

From kindergarten to college, we’ve all repeatedly heard that developing a habit of reading is beneficial; but, do you know why? Reading doesn’t just offer a break from the screen; it’s an opportunity to expand your creativity and a proven way to reduce stress, increase mental stimulation, and improve concentration. Not only that, but researchers at Yale University found that book-readers live longer than non-book readers due to the cognitive faculties involved...
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Posted Wednesday, 04 January, 2023

Jedidiah Mugarura It goes without saying that the more you write, the better you’ll write. But simply writing more isn’t the only component to becoming a better writer; you also need to read through critical lenses, question authorial choices, and make decisions on point of view, structure, character development and rhythm—all necessary elements to finding your voice as a writer.  
Jedidiah Mugarura, Creative Writing through Reading instructor, found his voice...

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