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Should I go to Grad School?

March 28, 2018
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GSWS at SFU invites you to

Should I go to Grad School?

Feminist and Critical Perspectives

Organized by Ruth Wynn Woodward Fellow Ela Przybylo

March 28, 2018, 1:30 – 3:30 pm
Room AQ 5119 SFU (Burnaby Campus)

 

PERSPECTIVES ON THE GENDER STUDIES PHD/MA

DANIELLE COOPER (Senior Researcher, Ithaka S+R)
Are You Sure You Want To Go To Grad School?

KJ CERANKOWSKI (Oberlin College)
Why You Should Go To Grad School, If You Choose To Go

JENNIFER MUSIAL AND CHRISTINA HOLMES
(New Jersey City University and DePauw University)
Five Year Study on Hiring Trends in Gender, Women’s, and Feminist Studies

Worksheet: Should I go to Grad School?: The Pros and Cons

FUNDING YOUR FEMINIST WAY THROUGH GRAD SCHOOL

SOMAYEH BAHRAMI (SFU) SSHRC Proposals: PhD
NADINE BOULAY (SFU) SSHRC Proposals: MA and PhD

Workshop Package: SSHRC guidelines, SSHRC proposals from Bahrami, Boulay, and Nathan Flaig,
reference letter how-to, list of useful readings, handout on hiring trends (by Musial and Holmes),
forthcoming article by Kristina Gupta on “The Structural Vulnerability of Doctoral Students,” article by Melissa Autumn White, Carly Thomsen, and Stina Soderling “Critical Mass, Precarious Value?”

GSWS Majors and Minors +
GSWS grad students welcome.

The space is wheelchair accessible.

Please RSVP to gswsmgr@sfu.ca.

SFU is located on unceded Coast Salish Territory; the traditional territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh, and Kwikwetlem First Nations.