The University of Tübingen in Germany has released calls for two programs for applicants from Matariki Partner Universities (Queen’s is part of the Matariki Network).
Online Voting for the 175 Research Moments Photo Contest has now been completed for the month of March and we are pleased to announce the winner, as well as the top submissions that will enter to win the grand prize.
There is still time until May 11 to submit your own photo! Check out the contest website
The School of Graduate Studies invites nominations of faculty members for consideration for the 2014 Award for Excellence in Graduate Student Supervision. The purpose of this award is to recognize those outstanding supervisors who demonstrate excellence in advising, monitoring and mentoring their graduate students. Nomination packages should be submitted to the Dean, School of Graduate Studies, Gordon Hall 425, by 4pm on Thursday, May 26, 2016.
“When I was a student, there were a lot of things I was good at, but which I didn’t necessarily enjoy doing,” says Rebecca Sutherns, Queen’s alumna ’92. “To be good at something and to love it do not always coincide, but if it happens, you are fortunate. In my business, I have found that.”
And the Winner is...
On March 30, 2016 Queen's and the School of Graduate Studies held the final of the fifth annual 3 Minute Thesis Competition. Twelve graduate students and one Post-Doc made it through to the final after three very exciting heats last week.
The winner and representing Queen's at the Ontario 3MT competition on April 14th at Wilfrid Laurier University is - Anastasia Shavrova (Biology)
Runner Up (and stand by for our winner to represent Queen's) is - Yu Qing Liu (Neuroscience)
Participants in the third and final heat of the Three Minute Thesis competition had to find their their way through icy rain and slush to attend the event - but it proved to be worth the trouble.
Heat 2 of 3MT as exciting as Heat 1!
Today was the first heat for the 2016 Queen's 3 Minute Thesis Event.
Evelyn Popiel is getting really good at talking about worms.
She’ll be a returning contestant in 3 Minute Thesis (3MT), an annual university wide competition for Queen’s masters (thesis or research project) and doctoral students in which participants present their research and its wider impact in 3 minutes or less to a panel of non-specialist judges.