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SSHRC Insight Grants

24 May 2017 14:00
16:00

The purpose of the SSHRC Insight Grant Program is to provide support for long-term research initiatives of 3 to 5 years for emerging and established scholars in the social sciences and humanities.

Researchers in social sciences and humanities, arts and literature who are planning to apply to the upcoming SSHRC Insight Grant fall 2017 competition are encouraged to attend this information session, which will include:

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Building industrial and international collaborations through Mitacs internships (Macdonald Campus)

24 May 2017 14:30
16:00
This event at Macdonald Campus has been postponed.

 

 

 

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SSHRC Connection Grants

25 May 2017 10:00
12:00

The purpose of the SSHRC Connection Grant Program is to provide support for events and outreach activities geared toward short-term, targeted knowledge mobilization initiatives.

 

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FRQSC - Research Team Support Program (Soutien aux équipes de recherche)

26 May 2017 10:00
12:00

The purpose of the FRQSC’s Research Team Support Program is to support the creation or the implementation of teams’ scientific program for the coordination of research projects (active or to be developed) in the social sciences and humanities, arts and literature. McGill professors considering applying to this opportunity are encouraged to attend this information session.

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CQDM-HBHL | Information Session for the Quantum Leap and SynergiQc programs

6 Jun 2017 13:00
15:00

McGill University’s Office of Sponsored Research is hosting an information session on funding opportunities for the McGill community and HBHL researchers through the CQDM’s Quantum Leap and Synergic programs. All researchers and administrators are invited to attend.

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Save the date: Beatty Memorial Lectures Series

12 Oct 2017 17:30
18:30

McGill University professor emeritus Charles Taylor is one of the most profound intellectuals of our time on spirituality and secularism. Dr. Taylor’s academic career began at McGill, where he obtained an undergraduate degree in History, (BA’52). He continued his studies at the University of Oxford, first as a Rhodes Scholar at Balliol College, (BA ’55), and then as a post-graduate, (MA ’60 and DPhil ’61).

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