Library latest newsletter below for Graduate Students:
If your students are particularly interested in Qualitative Data Analysis, please encourage them to take part in the enclosed survey to help improve training in this area to meet their needs.
Have a great week everyone,
Sarah Blay (she, her, hers)
Program Coordinator | UBC Library Research Commons
Vancouver Campus | Musqueam Traditional Territory
Walter C. Koerner Library | 455-1958 Main Mall | V6T 1Z2
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In this issue, webinars on networking and informational interviews plus workshops on TA’ing online, and more!
|Networking and Informational Interviews
Wednesday July 22 | 12:30 – 1:30 PM or 4:00 – 5:00 PM
|Seats still available|
|Preparing Excellent Applications for Fall Fellowship Competitions
Thursday July 16 | 10:00 – 11:00 AM or 4:00 – 5:00 PM
|Additional Events and Opportunities|
|The following highlights some upcoming events. Please find more on community.grad.ubc.ca and grad.ubc.ca/current-students/professional-development|
|ACADEMIC SUPPORT AND SUCCESS|
|Gender+ and COVID-19: Data for Justice
Thursday, July 16 | 12:00 – 1:30 PM Learn more
Using Pressbooks for Text Publishing – The Basics
Research Data Management Part 1: Managing Active Research Data
Literature Reviews: Searching and Keeping Track
Help improve training in qualitative data analysis at UBC
Documenting the Impact of COVID-19 on Canadian Research
Present at the Canadian Society for Horticultural Science Conference on Aug 27th
|GAA p/t position in Pharmaceutical Sciences
Apply by July 13 Learn more
Webinar: Designing Your Life
Employer Virtual Info Session: Cloud Asserts
My Career Story: Recruiter Insights on Changes to the World of Work
Webinar: Resume & Cover Letter
Webinar: Job Search Strategies
|The CTLT Teaching Assistant (TA) Institute, July 20-24
A collection of workshops designed to support TAs as their roles change with the move to online summer and fall courses Learn more. Sessions include:
Monday July 20
Wednesday July 22
Thursday July 23
|WRITING AND COMMUNICATION|
|Doctoral Tri-Council Workshop: Writing the Research
Tuesday, July 21 | 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM Learn more
Cutting through the Noise: Mastering the Elements of Clear Political Communication
The CTLT Teaching Assistant (TA) Institute is four days of free online professional development workshops open to graduate students and undergraduate TAs. The TA Institute from July 20-24, 2020, includes a collection of workshops designed to support TAs as their roles change with the move to online summer and fall courses. Sessions include; supporting inclusive online classrooms, TA’ing large online classes, preparing for technical difficulties, time management, and leading both asynchronous and synchronous discussion groups. View the full schedule of events and learn more at https://institute.ctlt.ubc.ca/ta-institute/july-2020-ta-institute/.
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Canadian Student Health Research Forum (CSHRF)
The aim of the CSHRF is to provide a venue for the networking, research exposure and recognition of Canada’s most promising research trainees in the health sciences. Universities have been invited on nominate their top PhD students in health sciences for participation in the forum.
Due to COVID-19, the Canadian Student Health Research Forum will be presented virtually this year from August 24 to 28, 2020. As such, there will be no travel award funding offered this year. However, UBC departments are invited to nominate their top PhD students to participate virtually in the conference (present their research via poster presentation). Selected conference participants will be invited to provide a short video presenting their poster; a winner of the poster submissions will be selected and announced during the conference.
This opportunity, just announced today by CSHRF, has a tight deadline.
Graduate program deadline to nominate students to participate in the conference: Friday, July 10, 2020
Registration deadline for selected nominees (selected by their UBC graduate program): Friday, July 10, 2020
For more information, including nomination procedures, please see our webpage: https://www.grad.ubc.ca/awards/canadian-student-health-research-forum-cshrf-travel-award