The University of Guelph and the G360 Institute for Groundwater Research are about to make a game-changing announcement that will ensure the world’s access to safe drinking water.
Join us Thursday June 3rd at 3:00PM to watch the virtual event!
If you have not already registered, you can view the event live at this link: https://alumni.uoguelph.ca/groundwater-research
A Live Q+A will follow the announcement.
Please join the University of Guelph and the G360 Institute for Groundwater Research for a game-changing announcement that will ensure the world’s access to safe drinking water.
June 3rd, 2021 at 3:00 pm
Virtual Event: Video link and details will shared by email prior to the event
A live Q&A will follow the announcement
Water is essential to human and ecological health, but our supply is at risk.
Please Save the Date and join us on June 3rd to learn how a game-changing donation to the University of Guelph will ensure the world has access to safe drinking water. View our Save the Date flyer here.
June 3rd, 2021, at 3:00 pm
Watch for your invitation in May!
We are hiring!
We are looking for an energetic and enthusiastic STEM graduate with a keen passion for data organization and academia who possesses strong communication (writing and editing) skills, thrives in a fast-paced environment, and delights in tracking and reporting on research productivity and organizing and helping with knowledge and technology transfer. This posting is for a two-year full-time contract position WITH BENEFITS, renewable at the end of the contract.
Apply here before April 12!
As an early part of our UN World Water Day celebration, we are very happy to share with you our G³⁶⁰ Institute Newsletter, which highlights our 2020 projects involving both local and international activities focused on groundwater resource protection and remediation. Our multi-disciplinary field-focused efforts in collaboration with site owners, groundwater technology, service companies, and government sponsors truly set us apart. We appreciate everyone’s contributions, from funding to on-the-ground efforts using expert knowledge to collect novel datasets and their interpretations. While COVID-19 and social distancing rules required us to adjust our field activities and to life in a virtual environment, I am happy to report the highest attendance ever in our annual meeting history with over 200 attendees at our June Consortium in 2020!
The G³⁶⁰ Institute for Groundwater Research is proud to share our 2021 newsletter! Click here to learn about our newest team members, awards, graduations, publications and our many projects and successes over the past year.