What to do in Kingston this summer…Part 2

Here’s the second installment of recommendations for enjoying Kingston in its most beautiful season. 1) Best summer eats I’m a huge fan of the Chez Piggy patio. The restaurant is hidden off the main street in what’s called Rocheleau Court.

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This lab went on a coffee run. What they did next will surprise you…

THEY VOTED. THEY ALL WENT TO AN ADVANCE POLLING STATION NEAR THEIR WORKPLACE AND VOTED. We’re going to take a break from our regularly scheduled programming to talk about the 2014 Ontario Provincial Election. The election is currently scheduled for

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What to do in Kingston this (awesome) summer….Part 1

Summer in Kingston is awesome. This might age me a bit but this is my seventh summer in Kingston. That’s right… seventh.  You’d think I was a Kingston summer expert but every year I discover new things to do and

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So you want a graduate degree in Cultural Studies…

What is Cultural Studies? To put it briefly, the field of Cultural Studies traces its history back to the middle of the 20th century with roots in the Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies (CCCS) at the University of Birmingham, UK.

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So You Want to be a Clinical Psychologist…

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  But first, I just wanted to draw your attention to the What Matters Now event - you can attend FREE interesting talks across a range of disciplines. The first one takes place on Wed, May 21, 2014 @ Memorial Hall

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Theses come in different flavours: 1 year, 2 years, 4 years, and 3 minutes

Queen's 3MT 2014 Winner Mike Best with Associate Deans Sandra den Otter and Kim McAuley

Do you know what 3MT stands for? You may have been seeing this acronym around campus lately and if you’ve been wondering, it stands for “The Three Minute Thesis Competition.” (Click here for the Queen’s School of Graduate Studies 3MT

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So you want to be an Epidemiologist…

Last week, my Gradifying co-author Amanda highlighted how her degree is structured. Today, I’ll be talking about the degrees offered by the Department of Public Health Sciences. There are six factors that differentiate programs: the degree structure, courses, comps, research

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So you want a graduate degree in Biology…

Spring has finally sprung... I thought I'd leave you on a happy note giving the looming rainy weather!

Here at Gradifying we like to highlight the diversity of experiences in graduate school. We did just that over the past month in our “day in the life of” series. It was such a hit that we decided to do

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A Day in the Life of Sharday

This summer is the transition from the third to the fourth and final year of my PhD program in Cultural Studies. There are office spaces I could work in on campus, but if I’m there, I prefer the Tea Room.

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Life in Grad School – A Day in the Life of Rachel

  My life as a grad student is quite different from Atif and Amanda’s. As I’m in Clinical Psychology, my research studies are punctuated by clinical placements. Given the time I spend doing clinical work, some days, I don’t make it into

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