Apply to Graduate By Mar. 31, 2018 for Spring Convocation. Students must complete degree requirements by Apr. 30, 2018.
Candidacy Fees Information PhD students successfully meeting candidacy requirements between Jan. 1 and Apr. 30, 2018 will have their tuition fees changed to a continuing rate in May 2018 (Spring Term). (Graduate Calendar C.1.1)
Important Deadline Apr. 30, 2018 - Thesis-based students must submit required paperwork to Faculty of Graduate Studies and thesis to vault. Course-based students must have completed all degree requirements to be eligible for Spring Convocation and cancellation of Spring registration.
Summer Incubator Program (Summer Inc.) This program offers graduate students a unique opportunity to launch a new venture while receiving access to co-working desk space and special programming support. Funding opportunities available. Runs from May - Aug. 2018. Apply by 12 pm Mar. 23. More information.
Mitacs Workshop: Build Your Scientific and Technical Writing Skills Make an impact with your scientific and technical writing skills! This two day workshop will help you broaden your understanding of the writing process, identify all aspects of technical reports, learn effective editing techniques and more. March 20-21, Health Sciences Centre G382. More information.
2018 Mitacs Entrepreneur Awards These awards celebrate Mitacs alumni who have launched an innovative business or business idea. Are you an entrepreneur? Have you completed a Mitacs program or two Mitacs Training workshops in the past two years? Win $5,000 to support your business! Apply Mar. 13-Apr. 18. More information.
Seeking Student Volunteers The 2018 UCalgary Conference on Postsecondary Learning and Teaching is accepting volunteer applications from grad students. Successful applicants will have their full conference fee waived for the 2-day event on May 1-2, 2018. To volunteer, please fill out the volunteer application form by Mar. 14, 2018. Further details are on our website.
Fulbright Canada-Palix Foundation Distinguished Visiting Research Chair Presentation Dr. Patrick J. Carnes' research identifies the gene variants associated with behaviors of sexual addiction, draws parallels to other substance addictions, and helps us to understand the sexual addictive process interacts with psychological disorders. Mar. 16, 9 am – 12 pm. Register here.
What To Do After You Graduate Whether you are considering staying in Canada, going back to your home country, or furthering your education, this workshop is for you! Topics include: Immigration options, culture shock/ reverse culture shock, decision making and goal setting, and career planning. More information.
Immigration Requirements for Working in Canada This session is aimed to provide international students with information on the immigration requirements of working in Canada. Topics include: working on and off campus, co-op/internship work permits, and post-graduation work permits. More information.
Pluralism and Religious Diversity Week Presented by the Faith and Spirituality Centre and the Department of Classics and Religion, this week is an opportunity to help create a more inclusive campus community. Take part in events, blanket exercises, workshops and the week’s keynote from Reginald Bibby. March 12- 16. More information.
Grow the leader within you at the Women’s Leadership Conference On Saturday, Mar. 17, join in a full day of leadership and skill development workshops led by outstanding community members. The conference is free for UCalgary students, and lunch is provided. Learn more and register on the Women’s Resource Centre website.
Upcoming Money Smart Financial Literacy Workshops
Credit & Debt Management:Monday, Mar. 12, 12 - 1 pm Register here
10 Healthy Habits of Financial Management: Tues Mar. 13, 12 - 1 pm Register here
Effective Tax Strategies (Students with Families): Wed, Mar. 14, 5 - 6:30 pm Register here