Resources

Academic Support

Offers guidance to supervisors, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows

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Offers vast collections and resources to help students conduct proper background search and literature review for their graduate projects. The library at the Montreal Neurological Institute (located on the 2nd floor) conducts workshops on how to use PubMed and EndNote. 

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Professional Development

Offers professional development opportunities to complement your academic and research experience

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Aids with academic writing and communication skills

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Assists students in their career development and search for jobs and internships

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Mental Health and Well-Being

Promotes student well-being and success

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Offers a wide variety of support resources for students, including graduate students, to improve their physical and mental well-being. One of the resources includes access to Local Wellness Advisors (LWAs) - mental health professionals promoting awareness, prevention and early intervention in faculties across McGill.

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keep.meSAFE

Is a mental health counselling service that specializes in student mental health support and provides access to counseling services within Montreal, immediate access to counselors via phone and mobile chat, etc.

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Launched by PGSS, the Graduate Student Peer Support Initiative aims to improve the well-being of graduate students and reduce the stigma surrounding mental health. 

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Black Student Affairs Liaison

Meet your Black Student Affairs Liaison, Antoine-Samuel Mauffette Alavo! Antoine-Samuel will be responsible for connecting with and supporting Black graduate students across McGill to ensure that their needs and interests are communicated effectively to the University and addressed in a timely and effective manner. As part of his role, Antoine-Samuel can refer individuals to resources aimed at supporting Black students and ensuring their success and wellness. Graduate students can book one-on-one appointments with him via e-mail (antoine-samuel.mauffettealavo [at] mcgill.ca).


To learn more about the position and receive targeted communications, we invite members of the Black graduate community to fill out this short webform.

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