FGS is seeking nominations for the position of Chair of FGS Faculty Council. The Chair of Faculty Council provides oversight over the business of Faculty Council, chairs Faculty Council meetings, and sets the agenda for Faculty Council in consultation with the Dean and the Associate Dean(s).
To provide a more accurate conversion of Chinese grades FGS has been using the Chinese Government’s Project 985 top 39 universities. The national government of China did a major revision, and the 985 have been rolled into the "Double First Class University Plan".
Global Affairs Canada, in collaboration with the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), is pleased to announce the third edition of the International Policy Ideas Challenge, designed to identify concrete innovative solutions to emerging international policy challenges faced by Canada.
Are you finding it a challenge to start a graduate writing project? Or finish one? Are you working on a paper for publication or perhaps you’re contemplating that first chapter of your dissertation or thesis? Whatever the situation, we thought that you might like a few days dedicated to writing in a supportive environment.
IDDIP’s disciplined work-integrated learning opportunities provide successful applicants, known as Junior Professional Consultants (JPCs), with invaluable, demanding, deeply meaningful work experience, as well as a proven bridge to employment.
The Graduate Funding Payment (GFP) process enables graduate students to receive various scholarships and funding from researchers. $24,000,000 of graduate student funding from various funding programs and researchers is processed each year through this process. Graduate funding supports 1000-1400 graduate research students each term in 78 graduate programs across Dalhousie University.
The Faculty of Graduate Studies (FGS) is excited to be seeking judges for the annual Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition at Dalhousie University. 3MT is a unique skills development activity which challenges graduate students in research-based programs to present their research in three minutes or less to a non-specialist audience. Participants will be judged on how effectively they are able to communicate their research. There will be cash prizes available to the finalists, and the top finalist will also have the opportunity to compete at the Eastern Regional Competition in April.