In a time when there is mounting interest in both interdisciplinarity and ecological questions, water is a perfect thematic for drawing together the vanguard of early researchers in Canada.
Did you know that you could pursue a graduate degree at the same time as studying to become a medical doctor?
Atif spends his days doing science, and his evenings and weekends communicating science.
This year’s Graduate Resource Fair, a kickoff event to the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) Orientation Week, had a specially personalized feel.
Congratulations to our new graduate students
At today's "Resource Fair" graduate students got the chance to win some fabulous prizes if they visited at least 15 of the resource tables at the Fair. There were 40 in total, so it wasn't really that difficult to do, but there are only four (4) prizes.
The results of the draw by Associate Dean, Dr Sandra den Otter are as follows:
1st place - $200 VIP card from Hospitality Services (use on campus at all campus eateries)
SGS Has 3 New Websites!
Well who said it couldn't be done - The School of Graduate Studies with the help of our summer students and many colleagues around campus, have created three new websites over the summer. Why three you ask? Well that’s easy:
Main SGS website – www.queensu.ca/sgs
Sharief Oteafy on community and how we can use smart devices to weave democratic wireless sensor network
Lacey Reid is so glad she stepped outside her comfort zone to spend several months in Nagoya, Japan last year working at Toyota Central Research and Development Labs.
PhD students Kyle Johannsen and Andrew P. Ross recently took home the first and second place prizes in the student essay competition at the annual meeting of the Canadian Philosophical Association.
Over the past few weeks 347 grad students have graduated