- Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies
Want to meet new people, talk about ideas and issues in grad school, and enhance your graduate experience?
The “Grad Connect Cafés”, are a series of monthly 90 minute roundtable discussions for graduate students early in their academic career. This series, co-hosted by CL&E (Campus Life and Engagement), and CaPS (Career Planning Service), aims to provide a forum for meaningful dialogue on issues beyond academics that are known to impact success in graduate school. Although you can register for each café individually, students are encourage to come regularly and connect!
PhD Oral Defense: Studies on Reciprocating Agitation Thermal Processing of canned particulates in non-Newtonian fluid
PhD Oral Defense of Anika Singh, Department of Food Science and Agricultural Chemistry
As a professor, supervising graduate students is in most cases very rewarding. However, the supervisory experience can present professors with many challenges including conflict and at times, ineffective resolution of such conflict.
Would you like to design or redesign one of your courses and enhance your teaching skills?
Description: Day-long symposium for McGill instructors, focusing on strategies inside and outside the classroom.
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