Alumni Weekend is a yearly event that takes place in September. Tours, seminars, lectures and workshops are available across campus.
The Banff Pork Seminar is a yearly technology transfer meeting for the pork industry. It offers a view to the future in its plenary sessions and practical "take home" information in its breakout sessions
Each year the University of Alberta invites a speaker of international renown to present current research and updates in areas relating to soil science, agricultural production methods, and sustainable agriculture.
The Empey Lecture is delivered annually in honour of Dr. Elizabeth Empey. Human Ecology hold public lectures are delivered on issues related to Family Science, Material Culture, Clothing & Textiles, or Nutrition.
The Fashion Culture Network is dedicated to celebrating the idea of style and the appreciation of textiles through an open network of University of Alberta academic experts, staff, students, and the public. Hosted through the department of Human Ecology.
The Forest Industry Lecture Series (FILS) began and was developed as a collaborative event by members of the “forestry community” in Alberta to enrich the Forestry Program at the University of Alberta.
An annual event that brings together researchers, producers, industry and government representatives to discuss the latest advances in and applications of livestock genomics.
This series offered public seminars by scientists and policymakers, University of Alberta faculty members, and research collaborators, to showcase important topics of research, the diversity of our current research and show its linkage to management practices and policy. As of 2019 this seminar series has been placed on hold.
The Department of Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology (REES) Seminar Series brings together some of the experts in agricultural, resource, and environmental economics, as well as the sociology of environment, food, and natural resources.
Held every year in Red Deer, this annual event brings together dairy producers, extension specialists, researchers and dairy service and supply representatives together to share the latest research results. The seminar is regarded as the best of its kind in North America.