News

Professor Cojocaru has been awarded an NSERC Collaborative Research and Development grant

Professor Cojocaru has been awarded an NSERC Collaborative Research and Development grant with Sanofi Pasteur Canada to develop a small-population agent-based model of a day care facility for the purpose of testing and informing prevention policies against viral infections (enteric, influenza, etc.) that can be implemented in a child care setting.

Faculty Award Winners

Several members of our faculty have been recently recognized for their excellence in teaching as well as for undergraduate and graduate supervision. 

https://www.uoguelph.ca/ceps/news/2019/06/faculty-award-winners

Congratulations to Dan Ashlock for being awarded the CEPS Excellence in Undergraduate Research Supervision Award. Dan additionally makes significant contributions to graduate-level education, through teaching, supervision, and serving on the Bioinformatics Steering Committee.

Southwestern Ontario Graduate Mathematics and Statistics Conference on June 17

The 2019 Southwestern Ontario Graduate Mathematics and Statistics Conference is being held here at Guelph on June 17.

Date and Time: Monday, June 17, 9:00AM to 4:00PM

Location: SSC 2315

This is a free event and will feature presentations from students working in all areas of mathematics and statistics. This is a great opportunity to gain conference presentation experience, show off your research, and learn about what other grad students from across southern Ontario are up to!

Vardayani Ratti

Dr Vardayani Ratti appointed as Assistant Professor at California State University

We are pleased to announce that our former graduate student Vardayani Ratti (MSc 2011, PhD 2015) has accepted a Tenure Track Assistant Professor position in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Cal State University, Chico. In her PhD thesis in our department, Vardayani developed and studied differential equation models for the disease and population dynamics of honeybee colonies that are infected with the Acute Bee Paralysis Virus, an infectious disease of the Western Honeybee that is transmitted by parasitic Varroa mites.

Graduate Application Date - February 15

If you are interested in applying for Graduate Studies in the Department of Mathematics & Statistics at the University of Guelph, the next regular entry point for all graduate programs is September 2019.

In order to receive full consideration for funding, applications should be received no later than February 15, 2019. Funding may be limited for applications received after that date.

Visit the Graduate Application Checklist for information on how to apply!