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Graduate students recognized for national grants and awards

 
2012-03-09
[Brenda Brouwer with graduate students and faculty member]Brenda Brouwer (second from the left), Vice-Provost and Dean of Graduate Studies, meets with with Heidi Cramm (far left), a Rehabilitation Science doctoral candidate and CIHR award recipient, Terry Krupa, a faculty member in the School of Rehabilitation Therapy, and Tashfeen Karamat, an Electrical and Computer Engineering doctoral candidate and NSERC award recipient.

The School of Graduate Studies recognizes more than 278 students and their supervisors who hold Tri-Agency awards from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, and thanks them for choosing Queen’s. Tri-Agency funding accounts for 25 per cent of all scholarships, awards and fellowships Queen’s graduate students receive.

Brenda Brouwer (second from the left), Vice-Provost and Dean of Graduate Studies, speaks with Heidi Cramm (far left), a Rehabilitation Science doctoral candidate and CIHR award recipient, Terry Krupa, a faculty member in the School of Rehabilitation Therapy, and Tashfeen Karamat, an Electrical and Computer Engineering doctoral candidate and NSERC award recipient, during a reception Wednesday, March 7.
 

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