News

  • 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.
  • Admissions Workshops
    We will be holding Admission Workshops this Summer and Fall. We invite you to join us! Please note that these workshops are open to Dalhousie faculty and staff only.
  • July ‑ GFP Drop In Sessions
    Ongoing support for questions will be provided through drop in sessions. All sessions will be from 9-1. Schedule for the month of July.
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FGS News from Dal News

  • Framing the issue: PhD student tackles queer men's body image in comic book
    Dal PhD student Philip Joy is bringing his research to life through the talents of 40 international artists in the conversation-starting comic collection "Rainbow Reflections: Body Image Comics for Queer Men.”
  • Getting in touch: Dal student invites you to text a tree
    Resource and Environmental Management student Julietta Sorensen Kass is offering Halifax residents and visitors alike the chance to exchange texts this summer with some of the towering trees that call the Public Gardens home.
  • Listening to whales
    Grad student Taylor Hersh’s innovative research is helping us learn more about the behaviour, movement and culture of sperm whales — and how they talk to one another might not be all that different from us.

Events

  • PhD Defence - Department of Physics and Atmospheric Science
    July 23, 2019 10:00 AM

    ​The Faculty of Graduate Studies wishes to announce Samuel Baldwin, PhD candidate from the Department of Physics and Atmospheric Science​​, will be defending their thesis entitled "Structural Variation and Enzymatic Susceptibility of Collagen Fibrils Extracted from Native and Overloaded Tail Tendons​" on Tuesday, July 23rd, at 10:00 am.​


  • Admissions Workshop - Iran
    July 24, 2019 10:00 AM

    The Faculty of Graduate Studies admissions team will be offering several workshops this summer and fall. Please note: these workshops are open to Dalhousie faculty and staff only.

    This workshop covers: Iran - education system and GPA calculation/conversion.


  • Admissions Drop in Session for Faculty and Staff
    July 25, 2019 10:00 AM

    The Faculty of Graduate Studies is pleased to offer an admissions drop in session, open to all graduate secretaries and graduate coordinators. This session is an opportunity to workshop any admissions problems you are having.

    An admissions officer will be on hand to answer any questions you have about accreditation, GPA calculation, deferrals, Qualifying Year Students, or anything else relating to admissions. Bring your problem transcripts, your questions, and your ideas and we will work through them together. 


  • Admissions Workshop - United Kingdom
    July 30, 2019 10:00 AM

    The Faculty of Graduate Studies admissions team will be offering several workshops this summer and fall. Please note: these workshops are open to Dalhousie faculty and staff only.

    This workshop covers: United Kingdom - Education system, credential evaluation and GPA calculation/conversion.


  • Admissions Drop in Session for Faculty and Staff
    August 1, 2019 10:00 AM

    The Faculty of Graduate Studies is pleased to offer an admissions drop in session, open to all graduate secretaries and graduate coordinators. This session is an opportunity to workshop any admissions problems you are having.

    An admissions officer will be on hand to answer any questions you have about accreditation, GPA calculation, deferrals, Qualifying Year Students, or anything else relating to admissions. Bring your problem transcripts, your questions, and your ideas and we will work through them together. 


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