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Research Speed Dating at the GSS

September 12, 2013
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Do you have a research idea that might benefit from interdisciplinary collaboration? Have you ever wanted to connect with other graduate students and faculty from differing departments to talk about your research or hear about theirs? Do you have a new method, technique or idea that might be good for applications in another field?  Would you like to expand your network of contacts within the SFU community?

If so, then please join the Graduate Student Society for the GSS Research Speed Dating Session on Thursday, September 26, 2013.

Attendees will get to enjoy snacks and refreshments and connect with graduate students, researchers, and faculty members across disciplines and be given the opportunity to chat in a casual environment. The event is open to all grad students and faculty members.

Thursday, September 26, 3:30–5 pm
The GSS Lounge (Maggie Benston Centre 2212)
Contact: prof-dev@sfugradsociety.ca

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