Tips Tuesday - Episode 2: Science & Engineering Sunday
Did you know we have an event created just for future scientists and engineers? That’s right Future Gryphons – Science and Engineering Sunday is right around the corner and today we’re letting you in on how to make the best of it.
1. Simply, You Should Be Here.
Interested in cancer research, forensics, genetics, diseases and the human body?
Fascinated by food and nutrition or plants and the environment? Do you want to be a vet, dentist or doctor?
Does thinking about designing solutions for computing, biomedical or environmental problems thrill you?
A hard YES to any of these? See you at SES.
2. Do Your Research
3. Attend the Student Services and Academic Resource Fair
This is your opportunity to meet current students, staff and faculty from our science and engineering programs, as well as Admissions, Co-operative Education and Experiential Learning, Athletics, Hospitality Services, Student Accessibility Services, Student Financial Services, and So. Many. More.
4. Drop-in to the Academic Buildings
See our science labs, recently upgraded engineering facility, greenhouses and anatomy displays first-hand. Watch as students and faculty perform demonstrations and take part in activities relating to your area of interest.
You will also get to explore lecture halls, the Athletic Centre, dining facilities and student study spaces on a guided walking tour.
5. Attend the Vet Info Session
Questions about the Ontario Veterinary College? You’re in luck, future vets. Attend the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine information session to learn more about admission requirements and the program itself.
6. Make Yourself at Home
Visit our residences and grab a bite to eat at one of our many dining halls.
Explore the areas of campus that you’ll be spending a lot of time in if you choose the U of G!
If Science or Engineering (or both) is your thing, register to attend Science and Engineering Sunday now! Head to our YouTube channel to see what went down at Science and Engineering Sunday in 2017!