Information Session: All You Need to Know About the 3MT Not sure if the Three Minute Thesis is for you? Want to find out more about how it works? Come to this two-hour workshop and learn more. Two sessions available: Feb. 19, 9:30 – 11:30 am (main campus) and Feb. 21, 10 am – 12 pm (Foothills). Register here.
Act Your Science: Improve Science Communication Skills – Starts Mar 26 Improve your science communication skills using recognized acting and improvisation methods. This unique training opportunity will improve your ability to present to all sizes of groups, while having fun with peers. Apply by Feb 27. Contact Brandon Craig for more information.
Career Link Did you know that the Faculty of Graduate Studies endorses career and internship opportunities for Graduate students? Log in to the FGS CareerLink page to search. Current internship opportunities are available with multiple organizations.
Managing Finances & Making Credit Work for You - Mar. 1 Join NISS for a workshop facilitated by RBC to learn about managing finances, improving credit scores, understanding cash flow, etc. 5:00-6:30 PM, Hunter Hub, MacEwan Hall. Register here.
Innovation, Development, and Entrepreneurship Awards (IDEA) – Feb. 18 Do you have an entrepreneurial venture and need extra funding plus an experts' advice? If yes, apply to the GSA’s IDEA now! This Award provides up to $23,000 in funding and on-going mentorship from Calgary Technologies Inc. More information here. Deadline: Feb.18, 4 pm.
The Inquiring Mind – Feb. 22 Join us in the Multipurpose Room, Crowsnest Hall, for breakfast and lunch over Reading Week and pick up a cert in mental health to boost your resilience! Certified by Canada's Mental Health Commission, this training is for grad students and taught by instructors from the SU Wellness Centre! Register at here.
CGG Information Session–Feb. 25 Graduate students in physics, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and applied math are encouraged to attend this career session about job opportunities with CGG. Register here.
Documentary and Discussion – “Niigaanibatowaad: FrontRunners”–Feb. 26 The Graduate College invites everyone to the screening of “Niigaanibatowaad: FrontRunners” on Feb. 26 at 6 p.m., Crowsnest Hall, Multipurpose Room. About the segregation of Indigenous athletes the film inspires survival, hope, and reconciliation. Discussion will follow. Sign up here.
Idea Igniters – Feb. 27 Join UCalgary experts at the Calgary Public Library, as they explore the evolution of gender and equity in our society. Learn more.