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SSHRC Workshop, Part 1: Information Session

Watson Hall 517

The department is organizing a two-part workshop, to help you prepare successful funding applications to support your studies and research, particularly the SSHRC CGS-Doctoral application due October 13th, 4 pm (EST), and the SSHRC CGS-Master’s application due December 1. The departmental workshop is for both awards.

If you are a current doctoral student in years 1-3 of the program or a first-year MA student planning to apply to do the pattern I (two-year) MA, you are required to apply (if eligible) as a condition of your funding package. If you are currently an MA student planning to apply to doctoral programs beginning in 2023-24, you are strongly encouraged to apply for the doctoral fellowship.  

To help you prepare your applications, the department is organizing a two-part workshop:  

Thursday, September 15th, 1:20-2:20 pm: This is an information session led by Profs. Andrew Jainchill and Rosanne Currarino.  This departmental workshop will include more discipline-specific information than you will receive elsewhere. To prepare for this session, we recommend that you view the “the art of writing proposals."

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