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SSHRC Storytellers Competition

November 01, 2013
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SSHRC is looking for university students to participate in their Storytellers research competition.

The challenge: "Send us your best pitch promoting a great SSHRC‑funded research project happening at your institution."

Prizes:

  • $3,000 cash
  • Registration and accommodation at Congress 2014 at Brock University, May 24–30, 2013
  • National promotion of your pitch
  • A place in a specialised research communications workshop; and
  • A chance to present at the Storytellers Showcase.

Your submission must be an original work—video, audio, text or infographic—featuring research funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and carried out at the institution at which you are enrolled at the time of submission.

Your submission must not exceed three (3) minutes in length for video or audio, 300 words for text or info-graphic, or 49 megabytes in size for all submissions.

See full contest rules and regulations. It's open to any Canadian resident who's enrolled at a Canadian university. Entries due by January 15, 2014.

 

The Canadian Association of Postdoctoral Scholars (CAPS), in collaboration with Mitacs, released the results  last week from the national postdoctoral survey. You can read more here (and find a link to the survey results), in an article from University Affairs:  http://www.universityaffairs.ca/margin-notes/the-needs-of-postdocs-continue-to-be-ignored 
 
Mitacs would like to invite you to a presentation at SFU Burnaby campus on, Tuesday, October 15th from 10am--11:30am, to share with you some of the results from that survey. They also have plans to discuss their upcoming Elevate postdoctoral fellowship competition, with a November 19th deadline: http://www.mitacs.ca/elevate
 
Refreshments will be provided. The presentation will be held in West Mall Centre (WMC) 2200. If you are plan to attend, please RSVP to postdoc@sfu.ca
The Canadian Association of Postdoctoral Scholars (CAPS), in collaboration with Mitacs, released the results  last week from the national postdoctoral survey. You can read more here (and find a link to the survey results), in an article from University Affairs:  http://www.universityaffairs.ca/margin-notes/the-needs-of-postdocs-continue-to-be-ignored 
 
Mitacs would like to invite you to a presentation at SFU Burnaby campus on, Tuesday, October 15th from 10am--11:30am, to share with you some of the results from that survey. They also have plans to discuss their upcoming Elevate postdoctoral fellowship competition, with a November 19th deadline: http://www.mitacs.ca/elevate
 
Refreshments will be provided. The presentation will be held in West Mall Centre (WMC) 2200. If you are plan to attend, please RSVP to postdoc@sfu.ca
The Canadian Association of Postdoctoral Scholars (CAPS), in collaboration with Mitacs, released the results  last week from the national postdoctoral survey. You can read more here (and find a link to the survey results), in an article from University Affairs:  http://www.universityaffairs.ca/margin-notes/the-needs-of-postdocs-continue-to-be-ignored 
 
Mitacs would like to invite you to a presentation at SFU Burnaby campus on, Tuesday, October 15th from 10am--11:30am, to share with you some of the results from that survey. They also have plans to discuss their upcoming Elevate postdoctoral fellowship competition, with a November 19th deadline: http://www.mitacs.ca/elevate
 
Refreshments will be provided. The presentation will be held in West Mall Centre (WMC) 2200. If you are plan to attend, please RSVP to postdoc@sfu.ca
The Canadian Association of Postdoctoral Scholars (CAPS), in collaboration with Mitacs, released the results  last week from the national postdoctoral survey. You can read more here (and find a link to the survey results), in an article from University Affairs:  http://www.universityaffairs.ca/margin-notes/the-needs-of-postdocs-continue-to-be-ignored 
 
Mitacs would like to invite you to a presentation at SFU Burnaby campus on, Tuesday, October 15th from 10am--11:30am, to share with you some of the results from that survey. They also have plans to discuss their upcoming Elevate postdoctoral fellowship competition, with a November 19th deadline: http://www.mitacs.ca/elevate
 
Refreshments will be provided. The presentation will be held in West Mall Centre (WMC) 2200. If you are plan to attend, please RSVP to postdoc@sfu.ca
The Canadian Association of Postdoctoral Scholars (CAPS), in collaboration with Mitacs, released the results  last week from the national postdoctoral survey. You can read more here (and find a link to the survey results), in an article from University Affairs:  http://www.universityaffairs.ca/margin-notes/the-needs-of-postdocs-continue-to-be-ignored 
 
Mitacs would like to invite you to a presentation at SFU Burnaby campus on, Tuesday, October 15th from 10am--11:30am, to share with you some of the results from that survey. They also have plans to discuss their upcoming Elevate postdoctoral fellowship competition, with a November 19th deadline: http://www.mitacs.ca/elevate
 
Refreshments will be provided. The presentation will be held in West Mall Centre (WMC) 2200. If you are plan to attend, please RSVP to postdoc@sfu.ca
The Canadian Association of Postdoctoral Scholars (CAPS), in collaboration with Mitacs, released the results  last week from the national postdoctoral survey. You can read more here (and find a link to the survey results), in an article from University Affairs:  http://www.universityaffairs.ca/margin-notes/the-needs-of-postdocs-continue-to-be-ignored 
 
Mitacs would like to invite you to a presentation at SFU Burnaby campus on, Tuesday, October 15th from 10am--11:30am, to share with you some of the results from that survey. They also have plans to discuss their upcoming Elevate postdoctoral fellowship competition, with a November 19th deadline: http://www.mitacs.ca/elevate
 
Refreshments will be provided. The presentation will be held in West Mall Centre (WMC) 2200. If you are plan to attend, please RSVP to postdoc@sfu.ca
The Canadian Association of Postdoctoral Scholars (CAPS), in collaboration with Mitacs, released the results  last week from the national postdoctoral survey. You can read more here (and find a link to the survey results), in an article from University Affairs:  http://www.universityaffairs.ca/margin-notes/the-needs-of-postdocs-continue-to-be-ignored 
 
Mitacs would like to invite you to a presentation at SFU Burnaby campus on, Tuesday, October 15th from 10am--11:30am, to share with you some of the results from that survey. They also have plans to discuss their upcoming Elevate postdoctoral fellowship competition, with a November 19th deadline: http://www.mitacs.ca/elevate
 
Refreshments will be provided. The presentation will be held in West Mall Centre (WMC) 2200. If you are plan to attend, please RSVP to postdoc@sfu.ca
The Canadian Association of Postdoctoral Scholars (CAPS), in collaboration with Mitacs, released the results  last week from the national postdoctoral survey. You can read more here (and find a link to the survey results), in an article from University Affairs:  http://www.universityaffairs.ca/margin-notes/the-needs-of-postdocs-continue-to-be-ignored 
 
Mitacs would like to invite you to a presentation at SFU Burnaby campus on, Tuesday, October 15th from 10am--11:30am, to share with you some of the results from that survey. They also have plans to discuss their upcoming Elevate postdoctoral fellowship competition, with a November 19th deadline: http://www.mitacs.ca/elevate
 
Refreshments will be provided. The presentation will be held in West Mall Centre (WMC) 2200. If you are plan to attend, please RSVP to postdoc@sfu.ca
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