Graduate Award Competition - Now open! Apply using our online scholarship application. Go to your Student Centre and click the link Apply for Graduate Funding in the Financial Aid section of your home screen.
Entrance Competition - Now open! To be eligible, you cannot have started your doctoral program prior to the November 1 launch of this competition. Deadline is Jan. 15 to your Graduate Program Administrator, unless your program has an earlier deadline.
Wellness Wednesdays at Career Services Reading Week is the perfect time for self-care. If you've been feeling the stress of career planning, drop by MSC 188 at 2 p.m. to meet with a counsellor about questions you may have about managing career anxiety. No registration required!
CBC Ideas From the Trenches - Nov. 16 deadline PhD students interested in a unique opportunity to share their research with a national audience should check out this call for proposals from Ideas, CBC Radio's flagship program on scholarly work across the disciplines. The Ideas from the Trenches series focuses on the work of doctoral students enrolled in Canadian universities. CBC invites statements of interest until Nov. 16. More information.
North Coast Innovation Lab: Jan-Aug 2020 (Prince Rupert). Theatre Institute Coordinator - Job ID #59686; Rave Tales Revival Coordinator - Job ID #59682; Ecology Centre Development Coordinator - Job ID #59860; Program Development Coordinator - Job ID #59678. Apply by Nov. 17.
Boston Consulting Group: Summer 2020. Masters students in engineering, computer science, economics, math and stats, and business; all PhD students. Job IDs # 59570, 59572 and 59573. Apply by Dec. 6.
Ernst and Young. Summer 2020. Business Consulting Intern (Toronto/Vancouver) - Job ID #59721; Technology Consulting Intern (Toronto/Vancouver) - Job ID # 59724; Risk Intern (Calgary/Toronto) - Job ID #59717. Apply by Dec. 1.
Looking for mental health resources and supports? It's okay to reach out for help. Learn more about UCalgary’s Campus Mental Health Strategy and what’s available to graduate students on campus. More information.
Women Leaders Speaker Series: Leadership in Medicine and Social Change – Nov. 18 The Women Leaders Speaker Series presents local women leaders who share the challenges they have faced in their careers, how they overcame them and how they defined their own paths. Uyen Nguyen will share her journey in founding Calgary's only outpatient neuro-rehabilitation clinic. More information.
Money Smart Event: Lunch & Learn — Money Mindfulness: Human Capital in a Digital Era - Nov. 19 Join us for our Lunch and Learn to get an introduction to portfolio investment. You'll specifically learn about the importance of human capital and how attention will be the new rare commodity. Self-regulation and mindfulness will be more vital than ever. Register here.
Igniting Climate Change Action in Calgary – Nov. 27 Join the Graduate College for “Igniting Climate Action in Calgary". In this TED-Talk style event, 3-4 Graduate College Scholars present research/work in a discussion-based format for 10 minutes on the theme challenge: "Igniting Climate Action in Calgary". Discussions with the audience to follow. 5-7:30 pm. Register here.
Walking Parallel Paths: ii' taa'poh'to'p Journey Update - Nov. 29 Join us to celebrate two years of ii’ taa’poh’to'p, the University of Calgary’s Indigenous Strategy with a pipe bag transfer ceremony to President Ed McCauley, an update on the strategy and keynotes from Douglas White and Elizabeth Carlson on Indigenous and settler responsibilities as we look towards the future of reconciliation. 11:30 am- 1:30 pm, MacEwan Ballroom. More information.
iBiology Science Communication Workshop – Apply by Dec. 16 The Young Scientist Seminars (YSS) is a video series produced by iBiology featuring early-career scientists talking about their discoveries, and is a great opportunity for PhD students to improve their science communication skills. Apply for a chance to participate in the 2020 YSS workshop in San Francisco. Winners have their talks are posted on iBiology.org. More information.
Are you passionate about science? Let's Talk Science is currently looking for volunteers to visit classrooms in and around Calgary to share their love of science with youth through STEM based activities and workshops. Commitment and scheduling are very flexible! If you are interested, please email Alexa at [email protected]to get involved or for more information.