Graduate Program

Our MA and PhD programs center on independent research projects guided by supportive supervisors to develop transferable skills that will help you compete successfully in the academic job market or other sectors of the labour market. We are very excited that you are a part of our community.


GRADUATE PROFESSIONAL SEMINAR (12:30 p.m., SSC 5230)

Discrimination and Harassment Policies. Lesley Oliver (Equity Services) (January 29)
Publishing. The why and how. Dr. Patrick Denice (THURSDAY, February 6)
OYF Intro Session: Self-assessment. Dr. Lorraine Davies and Tim Wilson (SGPS) (February 12)
Conference abstracts, presenting, attending, networking. Dr. Michael Haan (February 26)
Applying for postdocs academic jobs. Dr. Rachel Margolis (March 4)
TBD (March 11)
Publishing journey from submission to acceptance. Dr. Sean Waite (March 18)

NEWS 

Policing partnership puts big data on patrol
January 16, 2020
Sociology PhD student Jacek Koziarski is working with Barrie Police Service to provide evidence-based research to help police become more effective in addressing specific crimes in the community.

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RESEARCH, SCHOLARSHIP AND AWARD OPPORTUNITIES

Ontario Graduate Scholarships and QEII Graduate Scholarships in Science and Technology (deadline to start the application January 24 at 4 p.m. EST)
Faculty of Social Science Graduate Research Awards Fund. See more. ($750 max, deadline: March 6)
Call for Applications for NEST Postdoctoral Fellowships. See more.
Call for Applications for NEST Doctoral Fellowships. See more.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

CONFERENCES AND EVENTS

Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences 2020, Bridging Divides, May 30 - June 5, 2020. See more.
(Membership and Registration fees fully covered for accepted papers- see Graduate Office for details

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