If you are a new Dlahousie Graduate Student, then we hope you will join us for The Annual Dalhousie Graduate Student Orientation on August 31st from 1-4pm. Please register by filling out this form.
Graduate Studies Orientation is a chance for all new Graduate Students to meet other Graduate Students and hear about some of the services offered at Dalhousie as well as your rights and responsibilities as a Graduate Student.
Location: Ondaatje Hall in the Marion McCain Arts and Social Sciences Building (6135 University Avenue).
Date: Thursday, August 31st, 2017
Time: 1:00pm - 4:00pm (doors open at 12:45pm)
The session will include:
- A panel discussion of current Graduate Students talking about their experiences as first year Grad Students and important tips for success
- Opportunities to network with other Graduate students
- Speakers TBA
- A presentation from the Dalhousie Association of Graduate Students
- Information about the Faculty of Graduate Studies (location, services provided)
- A presentation on Academic Integrity
- Information about Student rights and responsibilities
- Information about General Campus services
- Information about the many student services on campus including Professional Development resources
- Door prizes
DAGS Orientation BBQ
DAGS will be hosting an orientation BBQ for new graduate students on August 31 from 11-1p.
2016/17 Orientation Presentations
Below you will find a list of the presentations (for the 2016/2017 academic year). The links in the Title column connect you to the video on Youtube. Their supporting file, if applicable, will be in the File column.
|Dean's Welcome||Dean Marty Leonard
||[PDF - 850kb]|
|Students' Rights and Responsibilities
||Wendy Fletcher||[PDF - 915kb]|
|Intro to Dalhousie Association of Graduate Students (DAGS)||Corey Degagne
|Academic Integrity||Bob Mann|
|Centre for Learning and Teaching||Jill McSweeney||[PDF - 600kb]|
|Grad Students Panel - Being a Graduate Student||JeyaBalaji Samuthiravelu
|Professional Development||Dean Marty Leonard|
|Dal Library System||Gwendolyn MacNairn|
|Writing Centre||Adam Auch|