Grad student profile: Maria Soto, PhD in Biology
From Cali, Colombia, Maria Soto is a PhD student in the Department of Biology.
Grad student profile: Lina Garcia Suarez, PhD in Oceanography
From Cali, Colombia, Lina Garcia Suarez is a PhD student in the Department of Oceanography.
Share your Dal Experience and Earn Money
Dalhousie is launching a new student blog and needs grad student contributors to share their experiences. Tell your story in the first-person and engage Dal experts to share their insights.
Changes to International Differential Fees and Tuition for PhD Students
In April 2019, Dalhousie University’s Board of Governors approved two significant changes to international differential fees and tuition for PhD students.
Admission Drop In Sessions
FGS will be holding Admissions Drop in Sessions this Summer. We invite you to join us! Please note that these Admissions Drop in Sessions are open to Dalhousie faculty and staff only.
FGS News from Dal News
3 Minute Thesis for everybody
Dal's annual contest of brains and brevity is set to take place this March, with all grad students encouraged to compete. Meet some of last year's finalists and learn how to register.
Award‑winning achievement: Researcher’s work shows how Canada's new cigarette packaging will curb smoking
Dr. Mohammed Al-Hamdani's research has shown the effectiveness of Health Canada's new plan cigarette packaging, work for which he has received the Mitacs Award for Outstanding Innovation–Postdoctoral.
"Don't forget about us": PhD in Health student researching volunteer firefighters’ mental health
Robin Campbell was a volunteer firefighter for 10 years in the Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia, and is now hoping her research will lead to policy changes that will improve mental health training, awareness and support for volunteer firefighters across the province.
Ongoing Orientation: How to market your graduate degree to employers
January 28, 2020 9:00 AM
Part of our Ongoing Orientation series, this session will cover how to explain the value of your graduate student experience to future employers. By the end of this session, you will be able to explain how you demonstrated at least two competencies and feel more confident in communicating your experiences to professionals and employers.
Graduate Student Professional Development: Build and Leverage Your Professional Networks
February 10, 2020 10:00 AM
As graduate students, we often hear about the importance of networking, but how does one go about creating a network? Join us in this interactive workshop to clarify the goals of networking, identify opportunities to make meaningful connections, and develop strategies to be more intentional and effective in building a professional network.
This event is co-hosted by FGS, the Centre for Learning & Teaching and the Bissett Student Success Centre.
Please RSVP by February 9th. Attendance is limited to 30 graduate students.