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Travel Report: Joseph Burton, History December 09, 2019
Joseph Burton, a PhD student in History, received a Graduate International Research Travel Award ...
Travel Report: Blake Danis, Biological Sciences November 20, 2019
Blake Danis, a PhD student in Biological sciences, received a Graduate International Research...
Travel Report: Tamara Kazmiruk, Biological sciences September 30, 2019
Tamara Kazmiruk, a PhD candidate in Biological Sciences, received a Graduate International Research...
Travel Report: Reese Muntean, Interactive Arts and Technology September 03, 2019
Reese Muntean, a PhD student in Interactive Arts and Technology, received a Graduate International...
Travel Report: Rui Zhang, History Rui Zhang, a PhD student in History, received a Graduate International Research Travel Award ...
Dean of Graduate Studies Awards for Excellence 2019 Winners June 21, 2019
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Convocation Medal Award Winners 2019 June 10, 2019
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2019 Vanier & Banting Awardees May 24, 2019
The awardees for the 2019 Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships (CGS) and Banting Postdoctoral...
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Added on January 6, 2020
Researchers are interested in understanding the impact of technology-facilitated sexual harassment/abuse. Anyone 14 years of age or older is eligible to participate. Participants will be given the opportunity to be entered into a draw to win one of ten $100 Amazon gift cards. If you are interested, please complete an anonymous 30 minute survey.
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In the News
- Kaymar Razavi, an SFU PhD candidate of communication, writes an op-ed, "Five climate issues Canada will have to tackle in 2020"
- Davide Donati, an SFU postdoctoral fellow of earth sciences, is quoted in "The Hope Slide was 55 years ago this week: Could a similar event happen again?"
- Mohammed-Reza Ghovanloo, an SFU PhD candidate of biomedical physiology and kinesiology, writes an op-ed, "Bureaucratic Hurdles of Cannabis Research"
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SFU's Student Experience Initiative
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Beyond citations: from academia to the workplace
The Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion (CCDI) invites graduate students to submit an executive summary of their research to be published on the CCDI website. Research could include a thesis, a chapter, a report, or any other previous publications. Successful applicants will be awarded a one-year CCDI individual practitioner subscription (value: $199).
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