The objective of the OERA Student Research Travel program is to cultivate collaborations between Nova Scotia student researchers and international research facilities or laboratories that will contribute to advancing the offshore energy sector here in Nova Scotia and in building research capacity for the province.
The Canadian Science Policy Fellowship is now accepting applications from prospective fellows interested in undertaking a 12-month policy project with a Canadian government host office. Applicants can apply to up to six approved projects in their area(s) of interest.
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.
Dalhousie’s Stay Connected Mental Health Project has two peer support workers who provide free, non-judgmental, confidential, and safe mental health support to students. The project offers students an opportunity to meet with peer support workers, who are undergraduate and graduate students who have experienced mental health issues. Their experience and training allows them to relate to and support students on a peer-to-peer level.
Mitacs Elevate is now accepting applications for two-year postdoctoral funding. $60,000 annual award (plus $7,500 per year non-cash value in training). Exclusive, customized professional development training. Long-term collaborative research project with a non-academic partner
The Autism Research Training (ART) Program operates as a partnership of 17 Canadian universities, with 38 faculty members from across Canada. Over the past decade, ART has had a significant impact in building ASD research capacity nationally, fostering the development of a new generation of ASD scientists with transdisciplinary training, ready to tackle complex issues of importance to families, policy makers and other stakeholders.
Foreign Study Supplements in Taiwan provide graduate students in the natural sciences and engineering with first-hand research experience in an international setting. The primary goals of this program are to introduce students to science and engineering in Taiwan through a research laboratory environment, and to develop personal relationships that will improve their collaboration with their foreign counterparts in the future.
Global Affairs Canada and the Chinese Ministry of Education are offering short-term scholarships to Canadians wishing to study abroad in China. Scholarships are awarded for studies, research, language studies or a combination of studies and language studies at participating Chinese institutions.
Dalhousie University Faculty of Graduate Studies
Room 314, Henry Hicks Academic Administration Building
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3H 4R2