JP Singh, MD/MSc candidate profile
“It is hard to overstate how honored I feel to have received the Vanier and Trudeau Scholarships. These scholarships open up opportunities for me that would be unimaginable otherwise.”- Sara Pavan
Grad Students Take Part in Homecoming
For the first time the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) has taken part in Homecoming. On October 4th & 5th and again this weekend, the SGS had a booth in Grant Hall to showcase graduate research and how alumni can get involved in helping our graduate students, whether that be as a mentor or as a conduit to networking opportunities.
Queen's has four (4) Vanier Scholars this year.
The Council of Ontario Universities has launched a new competition that asks university students how they would use social media to promote social change in mental health on campus
Maria Georgescu took a pragmatic approach to choosing an extraordinary graduate education.
In a time when there is mounting interest in both interdisciplinarity and ecological questions, water is a perfect thematic for drawing together the vanguard of early researchers in Canada.
Did you know that you could pursue a graduate degree at the same time as studying to become a medical doctor?
Atif spends his days doing science, and his evenings and weekends communicating science.
This year’s Graduate Resource Fair, a kickoff event to the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) Orientation Week, had a specially personalized feel.