Requirements and Policies on Graduate Studies

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University's Policies on Graduate Studies

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Program Requirements

The general requirements for graduate studies at McGill University are described in the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies website. In addition, students enrolled in specific graduate programs at the School may have program-specific requirements.  For additional details, click on the type of graduate program below:

MASTER'S PROGRAMS

MSc (Thesis) in Human Nutrition

Master of Science (M.Sc.) Human Nutrition (Thesis)(45 Credits)

    Offered by:Human Nutrition
    Degree:Master of Science

Program Requirement:

Thesis Courses (33 credits)


  • NUTR 680 Human Nutrition M.Sc. Thesis 1 7 Credits
      Offered in the:
    • Fall
    • Winter
    • Summer

  • NUTR 681 Human Nutrition M.Sc. Thesis 2 8 Credits
      Offered in the:
    • Fall
    • Winter
    • Summer

  • NUTR 682 Human Nutr M.Sc. Thesis 3 9 Credits
      Offered in the:
    • Fall
    • Winter
    • Summer

  • NUTR 683 Human Nutrition M.Sc. Thesis 4 9 Credits
      Offered in the:
    • Fall
    • Winter
    • Summer


Required Courses (3 credits)


  • NUTR 695 Hum Nutr Research Orientation 1 Credits
      Offered in the:
    • Fall
    • Winter
    • Summer

  • NUTR 696 Human Nutrition Seminar 1 Credits
      Offered in the:
    • Fall
    • Winter
    • Summer

  • NUTR 697 MSc Final Presentation 1 Credits
      Offered in the:
    • Fall
    • Winter
    • Summer


Complementary Courses (9 credits)



    3 credits in graduate-level statistics
    3 credits in graduate-level research methods
    3 credits in graduate-level courses (chosen in consultation with supervisory committee)



      THESIS SUPERVISORY COMMITTEE
      The School requires students registered in the MSc (Thesis) program to have a supervisory committee comprised of the student's supervisor (or two co-supervisors) plus one additional member who will normally be a full-time member of the School's faculty. Students are advised to work together with their supervisors to establish a thesis supervisory committee within 3 months of starting the program.

      Important: Supervisory committee members must respect the University's Policies on Conflict of Interest. See also Recognizing Conflicts.

      THESIS SUBMISSION PROCEDURE

      Important: Note that there are critical deadlines associated with the submission of a thesis.

      Students are advised to familiarize themselves of the University's Guidelines for the Preparation and Submission of theses several months prior to submission.

      Thesis submission is made through myThesis platform MSc and PhD where all required information is provided to students and their supervisor(s).

      In brief, students initiate the process by completing an "Intent to submit thesis" approximately 2 months prior to submission. Supervisors must confirm that the suggested external reviewers have agreed before the student enters their names on myThesis. Examiners will then receive an automated invitation and accept/decline. Once the advisory committee agrees that the thesis is ready for submission, the student submits. The thesis will then be reviewed by the GPD for proper content and format. Allow 2 weeks prior to deadline in case the thesis has to be returned to students for corrections and resubmitted.

      FAST-TRACK TRANSFER FROM MSc THESIS TO PhD

      https://www.mcgill.ca/gps/students/registration/progress/fast-track

      The decision to fast-track to PhD should be a shared decision between student and supervisor, and approved by the Committee on Graduate Studies.

      Eligibility criteria

      Student must:

      • be a student in good standing, with a CGPA of 3.5 or higher, for BSc and MSc
      • have completed all required courses for the MSc program
      • have submitted the written MSc proposal and presented the proposal in Colloquium
      • have completed a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 4 semesters in the MSc program
      • have the support of the supervisory committee
      • be considered a candidate for competitive external funding: has or will submit a scholarship application to Tri-Council, FRQ, or International agencies (peer-reviewed).

      Procedures:

      The student should submit the following documents to the GPD:

      • A transcript of BSc and MSc studies to date (the unofficial copy from McGill is acceptable; include official copies of transcripts from non-McGill universities that were submitted for application to the MSc program)
      • MSc written proposal
      • A letter of support from a supervisor which includes information on course work, research plan, including scope of the project and funding information, and evaluation of critical thinking, initiative and potential for success in PhD program
      • An email or letter of support from all committee members, confirming progress and potential for research
      • A copy of the external funding application that includes a 2-page PhD plan and all requested documents (an additional copy of the transcript is not needed here). If this is not the final one, a good draft of the application is expected.

      Note that the committee may require an additional letter from someone outside the supervisory committee who is familiar with the candidate. A special “fast track” application will be opened on Slate for students who wish to apply after their second or third term in the MSc program. There is no application fee. The student will be informed of the decision once the committee has met. Accepted students will be classified as a new PhD student in PhD 2 for the purposes of entrance scholarships.

      Deadlines to submit: July 15 or November 15 for entrance in the following semester. A September entrance is most desirable.

      MSc (Applied) in Human Nutrition – Project Option

      Master of Science, Applied (M.Sc.A.) Human Nutrition (Non-Thesis): Project(45 Credits)

        Offered by:Human Nutrition
        Degree:Master of Science Applied

      Program Requirement:



        Research Project (12 credits)


        • NUTR 652 M.Sc.(Applied)Project 1 3 Credits
            Offered in the:
          • Fall
          • Winter
          • Summer

        • NUTR 653 M.Sc.(Applied)Project 2 3 Credits
            Offered in the:
          • Fall
          • Winter
          • Summer

        • NUTR 654 M.Sc.(Applied)Project 3 3 Credits
            Offered in the:
          • Fall
          • Winter
          • Summer

        • NUTR 655 M.Sc.(Applied)Project 4 3 Credits
            Offered in the:
          • Fall
          • Winter
          • Summer


        Required Courses (6 credits)


        • NUTR 651 M.Sc. (A) Literature Review 3 Credits
            Offered in the:
          • Fall
          • Winter
          • Summer

        • NUTR 660 M.Sc.(A) Final Presentation 1 Credits
            Offered in the:
          • Fall
          • Winter
          • Summer

        • NUTR 695 Hum Nutr Research Orientation 1 Credits
            Offered in the:
          • Fall
          • Winter
          • Summer

        • NUTR 696 Human Nutrition Seminar 1 Credits
            Offered in the:
          • Fall
          • Winter
          • Summer


        Complementary Courses (18 credits)

        3 credits of 500-level or higher Statistics.

        3 credits in research methods at the 500 level or higher

        12 credits of course work, at the 500 level or higher, in Nutrition, Animal Science, or Food Science chosen in consultation with the student's supervisor.



          Elective Courses (9 credits)

          9 credits of 500-level or higher courses in consultation with the student’s academic adviser or supervisor.



            MSc (Applied) in Human Nutrition – Practicum Option

            Master of Science, Applied (M.Sc.A.) Human Nutrition (Non-Thesis): Practicum(45 Credits)

              Offered by:Human Nutrition
              Degree:Master of Science Applied

            Program Requirement:



              Practicum (12 credits)


              • NUTR 656 M.Sc.(Applied)Praticum 1 3 Credits
                  Offered in the:
                • Fall
                • Winter
                • Summer

              • NUTR 657 M.Sc.(Applied)Praticum 2 3 Credits
                  Offered in the:
                • Fall
                • Winter
                • Summer

              • NUTR 658 M.Sc.(Applied)Praticum 3 3 Credits
                  Offered in the:
                • Fall
                • Winter
                • Summer

              • NUTR 659 M.Sc.(Applied)Praticum 4 3 Credits
                  Offered in the:
                • Fall
                • Winter
                • Summer


              Required Courses (6 credits)


              • NUTR 651 M.Sc. (A) Literature Review 3 Credits
                  Offered in the:
                • Fall
                • Winter
                • Summer

              • NUTR 660 M.Sc.(A) Final Presentation 1 Credits
                  Offered in the:
                • Fall
                • Winter
                • Summer

              • NUTR 695 Hum Nutr Research Orientation 1 Credits
                  Offered in the:
                • Fall
                • Winter
                • Summer

              • NUTR 696 Human Nutrition Seminar 1 Credits
                  Offered in the:
                • Fall
                • Winter
                • Summer


              Complementary Courses (18 credits)

              3 credits in statistics at the 500 level or higher

              3 credits in research methods at the 500 level or higher

              12 credits of course work, at the 500 level or higher, in Nutrition, Animal Science, or Food Science chosen in consultation with the student's supervisor.



                Elective Courses (9 credits)

                9 credits of 500-level or higher courses in consultation with the student’s academic adviser or supervisor.



                  MSc (Applied) in Human Nutrition - Dietetics Credentialing Option

                  Master of Science, Applied (M.Sc.A.) Human Nutrition (Non-Thesis): Dietetics Credentialing(83 Credits)

                    Offered by:Human Nutrition
                    Degree:Master of Science Applied

                  Program Requirement:

                  The M.Sc.(Applied) in Human Nutrition; Non-Thesis – Dietetics Credentialing focuses on nutrition and food, leadership, communication skills, management skills and critical thinking. The program includes 40 weeks of internship or professional practice (stage). This program is accredited by the Partnership for Dietetic Education and Practice (PDEP), and recognized in Québec by the Ordre des diététistes-nutritionnistes du Québec (ODNQ), and meets all the standards and requirements of this professional order.

                  Required Courses (77 credits)


                  • IPEA 500 Roles in Interprof. Teams
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • IPEA 501 Commun. in Interprof. Teams
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • IPEA 502 Patient-Centred Care in Action
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • IPEA 503 Managing Interprofess Conflict
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 503 Nutrition and Exercise 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 505 Public Health Nutrition 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 511 Nutrition and Behaviour 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 545 Clinical Nutrition 2 4 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 546 Clinical Nutrition 3 4 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 551 Analysis of Nutrition Data 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 603 Credentialing in Dietetics 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 606 Human Nutrition Res Methods 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 607 Counselling in Prof Practice 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 611 Graduate Prof Practice 1 2 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 612 Grad Prof Pract 2 Management 8 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 613 Grad Prof Pract 3 Clin Nutr 7 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 614 Grad Prof Pract 4 Comm Nutr 8 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 615 Grad Prof Pract 5 Clin Nutr 7 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 618 DieteticsProfessional Practice 1 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 625 Emerg Issues for Nutritionists 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 629 Professional Dietetics Project 6 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 651 M.Sc. (A) Literature Review 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 660 M.Sc.(A) Final Presentation 1 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 695 Hum Nutr Research Orientation 1 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 696 Human Nutrition Seminar 1 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer


                  Complementary Courses (3 credits)

                  3 credits from the following:


                  • AEMA 610 Statistical Methods 2 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • ANSC 560 Biology of Lactation 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • EDKP 654 Sport Psychology 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • EDPC 501 Facilitating Relationships 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • EDPC 504 Commun&Critcal ConflictResltn 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • EDPE 502 Theories of Human Development 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • EPIB 507 Biostats for Health Sciences 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • FDSC 537 Nutraceutical Chemistry 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • FDSC 538 Food Science in Perspective 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • FDSC 545 Advances in Food Microbiology 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 501 Nutrition in Dev Countries 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 502 Independent Study 2 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 506 Qualitative Methods: Nutrition 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 507 Adv Nutritional Biochemistry 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 512 Herbs, Foods&Phytochemicals 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 520 Indigenous Peoples' Nutrition 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 537 Advanced Human Metabolism 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 608 Special Topics 1 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 610 Pediatric & Maternal Nutrition 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • NUTR 641 Advanced Global Food Security 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer

                  • PSYC 650 Advanced Statistics 1 3 Credits
                      Offered in the:
                    • Fall
                    • Winter
                    • Summer


                  Elective Courses (3 credits)

                  To be chosen, at the 500 level or higher, in consultation with the Program Director.

                  Compulsory Immunization
                  A compulsory immunization program exists at McGill which is required for Dietetics students. Students should complete their immunization upon commencing the program. Confirmation of immunization will be coordinated by the Student Wellness Hub (https://www.mcgill.ca/wellness-hub/). Certain deadlines apply.

                  *Advising Notes for Professional Practice (Stage):
                  All courses must be passed with a minimum grade of B-. The admissions CGPA of 3.5 must be maintained throughout to remain in the program. All clinical nutrition courses must be completed at McGill University within 3 years prior to commencing the Professional Practice (Stage). Students who have had extended delays and exceed this 3-year maximum will be asked to repeat these clinical nutrition courses. Registration for all Professional Practice (Stage) courses is restricted to students with a CGPA greater than or equal to 3.5. Students need to develop a working knowledge of French in order to effectively complete their Stage placements. Students are reminded that ethical conduct on Professional Practice (Stage) rotations is required. The School reserves the right to require the withdrawal of any student if at any time the student has displayed unprofessional conduct or demonstrates incompetence.



                    Applies to all MSc Students

                    Additional Courses
                    The Admissions Committee may prescribe courses in addition to the courses required by the program as a condition of admission.

                     

                     

                    PhD PROGRAM

                    PhD in Human Nutrition

                    Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Human Nutrition

                      Offered by:Human Nutrition
                      Degree:Doctor of Philosophy

                    Program Requirement:

                    Thesis

                    A thesis for the doctoral degree must constitute original scholarship and must be a distinct contribution to knowledge. It must show familiarity with previous work in the field and must demonstrate ability to plan and carry out research, organize results, and defend the approach and conclusions in a scholarly manner. The research presented must meet current standards of the discipline; as well, the thesis must clearly demonstrate how the research advances knowledge in the field. Finally, the thesis must be written in compliance with norms for academic and scholarly expression and for publication in the public domain.



                      Required Courses


                      • NUTR 695 Hum Nutr Research Orientation 1 Credits
                          Offered in the:
                        • Fall
                        • Winter
                        • Summer

                      • NUTR 701 Doctoral Comprehensive Exam
                          Offered in the:
                        • Fall
                        • Winter
                        • Summer

                      • NUTR 796 PhD Research Presentation 1 Credits
                          Offered in the:
                        • Fall
                        • Winter
                        • Summer


                      Students must complete NUTR 695 within the first year of study and NUTR 701 by the end of the second year of study (PhD III), and NUTR 796 near the end of their program.

                      BACK-TRACK TRANSFER FROM PhD TO MSc THESIS PROGRAM

                      Note: in order to backtrack to the MSc thesis Program, students must meet all the entrance criteria for the MSc program.

                      ADDITIONAL COURSES
                      Additional courses may be required, such as courses prescribed by the Admissions Committee as a condition of admission into the program, or courses prescribed by the supervisory committee as part of the training program.

                      THESIS SUPERVISORY COMMITTEE
                      The School requires students registered in the PhD program to have a supervisory committee comprised of the student's supervisor (or the student's co-supervisors) plus two additional members who will normally be full-time members of the School's faculty.

                      Students are advised to work together with their supervisors to establish a thesis supervisory committee within 3 months of starting the program.

                      Important: Supervisory committee members must respect the University's Policies on Conflict of Interest. See also Recognizing Conflicts.

                      DOCTORAL COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION
                      All PhD students must take the NUTR 701 Doctoral Comprehensive Examination by the end of the second year of study (PhD3), and must pass the exam to continue in the doctoral program (see PhD Comprehensives Policy). Failure by the student to comply with deadlines will be deemed to be unsatisfactory progress on the Graduate Student Research Progress Tracking Report. A complete copy of the NUTR 701 guidelines and forms (Enrollment; Consent for online SHN comprehensive examare available for download.

                      THESIS SUBMISSION PROCEDURE

                      Important: Note that there are critical deadlines associated with the submission of a thesis.

                      Students are advised to familiarize themselves of the University's Guidelines for the Preparation and Submission of theses several months prior to submission.

                      Thesis submission is made through myThesis platform MSc and PhD where all required information is provided to students and their supervisor(s).

                      In brief, students initiate the process by completing an "Intent to submit thesis" approximately 2 months prior to submission. Supervisors must confirm that the suggested external reviewers have agreed before the student enters their names on myThesis. Examiners will then receive an automated invitation and accept/decline. Once the advisory committee agrees that the thesis is ready for submission, the student submits. The thesis will then be reviewed by the GPD for proper content and format. Allow 2 weeks prior to deadline in case the thesis has to be returned to students for corrections and resubmitted.

                       

                      **MENU BELOW APPLIES TO ALL GRADUATE PROGRAMS**

                      Tracking of Progress

                      All students are required to track their thesis progress in accordance to GPS policy; the School uses this form.  The completed and signed form (by student and Committee members) is to be uploaded into MyProgress where it will be signed by the Graduate Program Director.

                      An advisory committee needs to be created within the first 3 months of the student’s program to meet to generate a progress report.

                      At least one Committee member needs to be from the School, FAES or McGill, to act as a third voice to 1) agree on objectives, 2) be physically present to comment on student progression and 3) to evaluate the student’s work, scope and depth or research.

                      The student is responsible to organize committee meetings in due time. At the first meeting (by the end of the first semester), the student is expected to present a Master’s Study Plan that includes a research proposal, courses planned and overall timeline for program completion. This should be presented as a short (15-20 min) power point presentation, summarizing a text document to be uploaded in myProgress.

                      The research proposal may not be the definitive version but an acceptable draft that should include the following sections: 1) background and rationale, 2) study objectives, 3) planned methodology, 4) significance (about 10 pages minimally, double space) plus references. This document should be considered as an evolving document leading to the thesis.

                      Clear objectives need to be declared by the student and set out to be realistically achieved by the next meeting. These objectives should be approved by the committee to ensure sufficient progress and feasibility. Progress is different for every supervisor and program, this needs to be detailed on an individual basis.

                      NEW: Masters students are required to hold two meetings with their supervisory committee or project supervisor (MScA Project students), and to submit two progress reports each year, using the above form. Deadlines are May 15 and December 31 each year for reports.

                      Duration of Programs

                      Students enrolled in all graduate programs must complete their studies within the specified time limits of their graduate programs. Additional details are described in the University's Time Limitation Policy.

                      Vacation Policy and Leave of Absence

                      VACATION:
                      As per University policies, graduate students and postdocs are normally entitled to vacation leave equivalent to university holidays and an additional total of fifteen (15) working days in the year. Graduate students enrolled in the School's thesis programs must arrange to have their vacation periods approved by their supervisory committee. Requests must be documented by filling out the School's Graduate Student Vacation form, and submitting the signed form to the Graduate Program Coordinator simone.clamann [at] mcgill.ca. Additional information regarding length of vacations, the consequences of taking unapproved or excessive vacations, and other extended times away from graduate studies is available at McGill's Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies website, and may include reduction in funding or unsatisfactory progress.

                      LEAVE OF ABSENCE:
                      Students are encouraged to investigate the University's policies on Leave of Absence if their circumstances require an extended absence.

                      Failure Policy

                      Students are asked to review the University's Failure policies, which state in part:

                      A Student will be withdrawn from the University, if he or she:

                      1.  fails two Courses (i.e. two different Courses, one failed Course plus a failed repeat of the same Course or one failed Course and a failed supplemental exam for that Course); or

                      2. obtains two unsatisfactory Graduate Student Research Progress Tracking Reports and the academic unit in which the student is registered recommends that he or she be withdrawn; or

                      3. fails one course, obtains one unsatisfactory Graduate Student Research Progress Tracking Report and the academic unit in which the student is registered recommends that he or she be withdrawn


                      Important - Course of action in response to a failure in a course: the student is required to inform immediately their supervisor and simone.clamann [at] mcgill.ca in order for the School to file a recommendation. Failure by the student to comply within 30 days will be deemed as unsatisfactory progress and recorded on the Graduate Student Research Progress Tracking Report (see case number 3 above).


                      MSc and PhD Thesis Failure Policies

                      > Thesis Examination Failures (for MSc (Thesis) and PhD students)

                      > PhD Oral Defense Failures

                      NUTR 701 Doctoral Comprehensive Examination Failures Policy (for PhD students)

                      > PhD Comprehensive Examination Failures

                      Ethical Conduct

                      Students are expected to maintain professional and scholarly conduct, and abide by the regulations and policies of the Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. In addition, students are expected to follow the regulations and policies of the School and the Faculty. 

                      Students must familiarize themselves of the University's Policies on Conflict-of-Interest, Academic Integrity, Plagiarism, and Research Ethics.

                      Administration of Graduate Studies

                      Graduate Program Director: Prof. Stéphanie Chevalier stephanie.chevalier [at] mcgill.ca

                      Graduate Program Coordinator: Simone Clamann simone.clamann [at] mcgill.ca

                      Committee on Awards and Scholarships: Prof. Daiva Nielsen (Chair) daiva.nielsen [at] mcgill.ca

                      Additional Resources

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