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What’s THATCamp?

It’s a double header this week with another fantastic guest post about an opportunity you’re going to want to jump on fast. From the Organizers of THATCamp (The Humanities and Technology Camps) QueensU2013: The ‘Digital Humanities’ are receiving increasing attention

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Curiosity Driven’s Roz Dakin asks: What will you have to take with you?

We’ve got a great guest post to bring you and it talks about a time-sensitive opportunity that’s so good, we’re posting off schedule. What will you have to take with you? By Roz Dakin As an about-to-finish PhD student, it’s

Posted in Events, Thesis

Science and Storytelling

A short post today, as I know everyone is busy, and the time you spend reading could be better spent listening to me in the YouTube video above I was fortunate enough to speak at TEDxQueensu last semester. For those

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Posted in Events, Kingston

Gradifying Updates, Midterms, and Expanding (Your) Horizons

Like mother superior, I may have jumped the gun – while you haven’t got the SGPS posts I baited you with, but you can look forward to some guest contributions soon. Atif will be bringing you a post that responds

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“Welcome! You’re now a card-carrying member of Queen’s” and “The argument from analogy: Even if the funding boat has sailed, it’s never too late to get back on the financial horse”

We’ve had a bit of a hiccup with this week’s intended SGPS post about grad Orientation, but we’ll be bringing that to you within the week. Instead, I’m bringing you a few highlights, reminders, and a reader question that could

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Posted in Events, Finances, New Students

Get Active This Summer

It’s that time of year again when the days get longer, the temperature rises, and the campus gets quieter. An academic year draws to a close for undergrads but for us grad students the work continues through the summer. We

Posted in Events, Kingston, New Students
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