News

  • Mitacs JSPS Summer Program
    Mitacs is now accepting applications for the Mitacs-JSPS Summer Program, which supports researchers in Canada to undertake 10-week research projects in Japan in Summer 2019. The program is open to graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in all disciplines at Canadian universities.
  • Planning to graduate in May 2019?
    If you are planning to graduate in May 2019, you can now apply through Dal Online. After December 1st, you can still apply to graduate but will be charged a $50.00 late fee. If you apply after December 1st, please apply through Dal Online and then contact the Registrar’s Office (902-494-2450) to pay the $50 late fee.
  • Mitacs Globalink Research Award
    Mitacs is now accepting applications for the Globalink Research Award (GRA). Recipients can get $6,000 in GRA support for research collaborations with universities abroad. They can submit applications at any time but are encouraged to apply at least 16 weeks prior to their planned departure.
  • Tri‑Council Master's Awards (NSERC, SSHRC, AND CIHR)
    The Faculty of Graduate Studies would like to draw your attention to the Tri-Council Harmonization website, where the program descriptions and application instructions for the upcoming Tri-Council CGS-M Scholarship competitions can be found.
  • NSHRF Scotia Scholars Award
    The Scotia Scholars Award will be offered at the Master’s and Doctoral level in the upcoming competition. Students interested in being considered for a Scotia Scholars Award are to review eligibility, application requirements and evaluation criteria details on the NSHRF website.
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FGS News from Dal News

  • Our Killam Scholars: In the shadow of the dam
    Susan Manning, Killam Scholar and PhD candidate in Political Science, is using the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric dam in her home province of Newfoundland and Labrador as a case study on how such projects affect overlooked local communities.
  • Gaining perspective
    For master's student Aaron Szeto, architecture is about improving people's lives — whether that's here in Halifax or around the world in countries like Thailand, Portugal or Cuba.
  • So far. So good.
    Wura Eyitayo-Oyesode travelled far from her home in Nigeria to pursue her interest in international tax law at Dalhousie, but it’s sparked new community connections that have focused her interest in helping others.

Events

  • PhD Defence - Faculty of Computer Science
    November 14, 2018 10:00 AM

    ​The Faculty of Graduate Studies wishes to announce Elham Etemad, PhD candidate fro​m the Faculty of Computer Science​, will be defending her ​​thesis entitled "Perceptual Shape Feature Based Image Coding for Visual Content Classification and Object Recognition" on Wednesday, November 14th at 10​:00 ​a​​m.​​​​


  • PhD Defence - Department of English
    November 16, 2018 9:30 AM

    ​​The Faculty of Graduate Studies wishes to announce Rose Sneyd, PhD candidate fro​m the Department of English​​, will be defending her ​​thesis entitled "And he Loved Light Rather than Darkness: Giacomo Leopardi’s Poetics and Pessimism in the Work of Matthew Arnold, George Eliot, and A. E. Housman​" on Friday, November 16th at 9​:30 ​a​​m.​​​​


  • PhD Defence - Department of Oceanography
    November 20, 2018 2:00 PM

    ​​The Faculty of Graduate Studies wishes to announce Janelle Hrycik, PhD candidate fro​m the Department of Oceanography, will be defending her ​​thesis entitled "Estimating Particle Dispersal in Aquatic Systems: A Comparison of new a​​nd Conventional Technologies​" on Friday, November 20th at 2​:0​0p​​m.​​


  • PhD Defence - Faculty of Computer Science
    November 23, 2018 9:30 AM

    ​The Faculty of Graduate Studies wishes to announce Ehsan Sherkat, PhD candidate fro​m the Faculty of Computer Science, will be defending his ​​thesis entitled "​​Interactive Text Analytics for Document Clustering" on Friday, November 23rd at 9​:3​0 ​a​​m.​​


  • PhD Defence - Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
    November 28, 2018 9:30 AM

    ​​The Faculty of Graduate Studies wishes to announce Sergio A. Muñoz-Gómez, PhD candidate fro​m the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, will be defending his ​​thesis entitled "​​The Anatomical and Phylogenetic Nature of the First Mitochondrial Ancestor" on Wednesday, November 28th at 9​:3​0 ​a​​m.​​


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