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Research Collaboration with Indigenous Communities

Co-organized by the Aboriginal Council of Queen’s University, the School of Graduate Studies, and the Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre.

This workshop is scheduled in conjunction with the Four Directions Indigenous Research Symposium. All are welcome

The objective of this workshop is to raise awareness in the Queen’s community about the steps that need to be put in place to ensure that relevant community groups, agencies, students, academic mentors and administrative personnel are prepared to address the distinct requirements of conducting research with Indigenous community partners.


Graduate Studies at Queen's Webinars

Join Queen's School of Graduate Studies in a one hour webinar for tips on how to write a strong graduate scholarship application (SSHRC, NSERC, CIHR, and other Queen's awards)  at 12:00 pm (EST) on October 25th or at 5:30 pm October 26th. Also learn about the Queen's advantage, including the Arthur B. McDonald Prize for Academic Excellence, valued at $15,000 for Master's and $30,000 for Doctoral students.

Throughout the webinar, you'll be able to ask questions - current Queen's grad students and faculty members will be there to answer them!

Using Adobe Connect

Please visit Adobe Connect prior to the session to ensure that you have the necessary system requirements and to configure your connection, settings, and audio. If you have never attended an Adobe Connect meeting before:

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For those who are interested in accessing the session with a mobile device, visit Adobe Connect Mobile to download the app and for more information.


Navigating Learning Diverse Classrooms: Opportunities for Facilitation and Curriculum Design

For Faculty and Graduate Students and Co-sponsored by the Centre for Teaching and Learning; and the School of Graduate Studies

In this session, we will introduce the Intercultural Teaching Competence (ITC) Framework (Dimitrov & Haque, 2016) to explore concrete strategies that instructors can use to promote dialogue and perspective taking in the classroom. Designed .


Building Successful Academic Relationships Across Cultures

Part of the Expanding Horizons Workshop Series

During the session, you will work together with others to develop strategies for responding to challenging supervision scenarios; negotiating with research team members and explore strategies for getting the mentorship you need to succeed in a global academic and professional environment in graduate school and beyond.