Monthly Archives: February 2013

Graduate Student Roundtable Part 1

Ed Note: I originally posted this on my blog Mr Epidemiology, but given that we’re in the midst of grad school application season, I thought it would be relevant to our readers. I’ve included the first part of the roundtable

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What my students taught me about theory

I just finished a half-term teaching fellowship in the Department of Philosophy. It was my first time instructing a course and I’m already looking forward to the next opportunity. I expected that it would be an intense learning curve –

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The SGPS Student Advisors

This title puts me in mind of a caped task force. I don’t know if they wear the rad outfits, but they certainly fight injustice. This week, Victoria Millious, of the SGPS Student Advisor Program, brings us a guest spot

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Gradifying Poll
Grad Community at Queen's
How connected do you feel to a community of other graduate students at Queen's?