PhD Futures: Programs and Pathways for Doctoral Students and Graduates


Faculty Club 3450 rue McTavish, Montreal, QC, H3A 0E5, CA


GPS, the Faculty of Arts, and the Department of Political Science is pleased to invite you to an informal lecture and roundtable with special guest Professor Jonathan Malloy (Carleton University). Malloy is the co-author with Loleen Berdahl of a new book, Work Your Career: Get What You Want from Your Humanities or Social Sciences PhD (University of Toronto Press, 2018).


Save the date

3rd April, 2019, from 4:00-6:00 PM at the Faculty Club (Billiard Room).

Register here by March 29, 2019 to attend. Space is limited.



  • Dr. Jonathan Malloy (Carleton University) - “Working Your Career: The Importance of Personal Agency in Graduate School”
  • Dr. Paul Yachnin (McGill University, TRaCE Project Director) - “Tracking the PhD grads, telling their stories, building the community of learning”


TRaCE Graduate Student Researchers’ Experience: Collecting the Data, Hearing the Stories, Learning from the Grads with:

  • Shanmugavalli (Harini) Narayanan (PhD student, McGill University) | TRaCE Quantitative Analyst Award
  • Catherine Nygren (PhD Candidate, McGill University) | TRaCE Editor and Writer
  • Tallie Segel (PhD student, Concordia University) | TRaCE Graduate Student Researcher


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