Courses, programs, application procedures, and other Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies information for 2016–2017 are now available on the eCalendar! Browse to your specific academic unit via the Faculties & Schools overview.
Katie MacEntee, Casey Burkholder, and Joshua Schwab-Cartas, PhD candidates in our Department of Integrated Studies in Education, co-edit a new book, What’s a Cellphilm? Integrating Mobile Phone Technology into Participatory Visual Research and Activism, produced by Sense Publishers.
In a recent article in the McGill Tribune, PhD candidates from the Mittermaier and Cosa groups share their thoughts on study, research life and more. Read the article
Congratulations to McGill School of Information Studies PhD student Fei Shu, recently awarded the 2015 ASIS&T SIG/MET Student Paper Contest for the paper “Evolution of iSchool Movement (1988-2013): A Bibliometric View” by Fei Shu and Philippe Mongeon (McGill University and University de Montreal).
As well, Fei’s paper "Twitter Activity and Scientific Collaboration of LIS schools and Faculty Members", co-authored with two PhD students from EBSI, won the Best Altmetrics Paper in the SIG/MET workshop at the ASIS&T Annual Meeting in November 2015.
Doctoral Oral Defence: Naved Bakali, "Islamophobia in Quebec Secondary Schools: Inquiries into the Lived Experience of Muslim Youth Post 9/11"
Department of Integrated Studies in Education
Doctoral Oral Defense
ABCs of the PhD
Welcome incoming PhD students!
The PhD orientation session will introduce you to the program and the School, and give you an opportunity to meet fellow incoming PhD in Information Studies students.
Last chance to register for Leading Effective Discussions: Facilitation Skills for Graduate Students Workshop
A few spots still open! Improve your communication, facilitation and leadership skills with this practical and participatory workshop.
STRATEGY & ORGANIZATION AREA / DOCTORAL PROGRAM presents
Three Essays on Organizational Responses to Institutional Pressures
Location: Bronfman 245
INFORMATION SYSTEMS AREA / DOCTORAL PROGRAM presents