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Graduate student e-news
Winter 2019 | February 11 - February 15
The themes for the
2019 GRADtalks lecture series
have been announced and we are
for the following events:
GRADtalks: Technology and Health
: Thursday, April 4
What technologies are under development today that will potentially redefine healthcare in the future? How is technology being applied?
GRADtalks: Feeding the Future
: Thursday, June 6
As the global population escalates and the impacts of climate change are realized, how will we feed the planet?
pply now to be a speaker
! The deadline is
Tuesday, February 12, 2019
News and events
GRADnaviagte: Navigating relationships
is now open! This full day event will cover a variety of topics to enhance your success in navigating personal and professional relationships.
Professionalism in Context
workshop series - Registration for
is now open! Learn how to manage your appearance and maintain a sense of style that is authentic.
The Student Success Office is looking to hire grad students to become
Peer Success Coaches
Login to LEADS
for more details about the role.
Nominations are requested for
Graduate Student Representatives on Senate
. Two graduate students are to be elected by/from the full- and part-time graduate students of the University, terms May 2019-April 2021.
Register for the
Intellectual Property Workshop Series
presented by WatCo and supported by the Centre for Bioengineering and Biotechnology (CBB) and the Games Institute.
Feb 12: Brainstorm startup ideas with other students at the
Velocity Idea Exchange at Arts
Feb 12: Join immigration consultants to learn about
working in Canada as a graduate student
Feb 12: Register for the
PlanGrid employer info session
intended for master's students.
You Built it, Will They Buy it?
- Find out at this Velocity Start workshop about validating your product.
Feb 13: Register for the
Embark Trucks employer info session
intended for master's and PhD students.
Feb 13: Join a representative from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to l
earn how to become a permanent resident
in Canada through the Express Entry system.
Important academic dates and deadlines
50% tuition and feed refund deadline
Awards and funding opportunities
Graduate Studies Endowment Fund (GSEF) deadline for funding
for student projects of $500 or less.
Feb 17: Applications close for the
Velocity Fund $5K
competition (eight prizes of $5K available).
Professional and skill development
CENTRE FOR CAREER ACTION (CCA)
Feb 13: Discover strategies in effectively negotiating job offers at the
Successfully Negotiating Job Offers
Feb 14: Discuss how values, skills, interests and even luck, play an important role in your career journey at the
Exploring Career Pathways
CENTRE FOR TEACHING EXCELLENCE (CTE)
Feb 11: Explore how to use feedback as an effective teaching strategy at our
Giving Quality Feedback
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