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)
Spring Convocation Mar. 31, 2018 – Deadline to apply for Spring (June) Convocation. More information.
Grad Student Speaking Competition - Registration is Now Open! The UCalgary Three Minute Thesis (3MT) is an excellent way for you to practice your presentation skills. Compete for cash prizes and a chance to represent UCalgary at the 3MT Western Regionals! Registration is open Feb. 1 - Mar. 1. Heats: Mar. 27, 28, 29. Finals: Apr. 10.
Info and Practice Session: All you need to know about UCalgary 3 Minute Thesis Practice speaking about your research and learn about the 2018 UCalgary 3MT competition including rules, how to register, and the process of the competition. Email My GradSkills to attend one of two sessions.
Feb. 20, 12-1pm. Main Campus ES1010C
Feb. 21, 12-1pm. Foothills Campus HSG748
Transformative Talent Internship – funding available What are your plans for summer? Take advantage of a skills internship opportunity to see how your skills as a graduate student can translate to careers outside the university! Find more information on funding and eligibility.
Upcoming Career Fairs Creative Careers – Mar. 15 Women in Work – Mar. 6-8 More information on CareerLink
Prairie University Biology Symposium (PUBS) 2018 The University of Calgary's Biological Sciences department is hosting the 52nd annual PUBS. The symposium includes networking and poster sessions, workshops, presentations and features keynote speaker David Suzuki. Feb. 22-24. More information.
Connecting With Other People in Canada (International Students) Everyone you meet can help you get closer to having a successful career and finding a job in Canada. Learn what networking is, why it is important and improve your verbal and non-verbal communication. Mar. 1, 10:00 – 11:30 am. Register here(select event calendar)
Grad Success Week (May 8-10, 2018) – We need your input! This annual 3-day event is designed to help graduate students jump start their research and writing in preparation for the quieter months on campus. Tell us what you need for a productive spring and summer by completing our short planning survey and be entered for the chance to win a prize!
Internship Opportunity The Council of Graduate Schools (CGS) Office of Research and Policy Analysis is hiring two graduate student researchers to join the CGS staff for 10 weeks during the summer of 2018. A passion for higher education as a vehicle for social change is required, and familiarity and experience in graduate education administration is an asset. More information.