Congratulations to the five Ontario competitors who will be moving on to the national competition, hosted by the Canadian Association for Graduate Studies: Richard Kil, University of Toronto (1st place and competitors' choice); Richard Edwards Wilfrid Laurier University (2nd place); Ella Dubinsky, Ryerson University (3rd place and competitors' choice); Ololade Sanusi, University of Ontario Institute of Technology (4th place); Shanthanu Krishna Kumar, University of Guelph (5th place).
After nearly a month's worth of faculty-based heats, the fifteen finalists for UWaterloo's Three Minute Thesis (3MT) final competition have been identified. On March 23, 2017 they will compete for prizes and the opportunity to advance to the Ontario Provincial 3MT finals.
At the University of Waterloo, we are committed to offering world-class graduate studies to students from Canada and around the world. Waterloo’s diverse graduate student body is comprised of ambitious individuals who strengthen our community, advance the state of knowledge and drive innovation.
Many graduate studies programs with application deadlines in January or February have extended their deadlines for fall 2017 admissions until March 1, 2017. We look forward to receiving applications from highly qualified students from Canada, and abroad.
The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) is pleased to partner with Global Affairs Canada on the second International Policy Ideas Challenge, which seeks to tap into Canada’s emerging scholars and graduate student talent for international policy ideas. Postdoctoral fellow and graduate students in the social sciences and humanities are invited to put forward short policy proposals on emerging trends and issues affecting key priorities in Canadian international policy.