The following upcoming event will no doubt be of interest to many MGSS members:
April 13th, 2015: Imagining Canada’s Research Future
“What knowledge will Canada need to thrive in an interconnected, evolving global landscape?” Add your voice to this national dialogue on the role of graduate research in building Canada’s Future.
Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies is hosting an event on “Imagining Canada’s Research Future” April 13, 2015 from 1 to 4 p.m. in New Residence Hall, sponsored by the Social Sciences and Human Research Council and the Canadian Association of Graduate Studies. It will contribute to a national discussion on the future of social sciences and humanities research in Canada. The theme of the event is the SSHRC Future Challenge question “What knowledge will Canada need to thrive in an interconnected, evolving global landscape?”
Featuring a keynote address by Professor Will Straw, Director of the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada. Followed by a panel discussion and roundtable session with graduate students discussing the SSHRC Future Challenge Question “What knowledge will Canada need to thrive in an interconnected, evolving global landscape?” Event attendees will be invited to actively participate in the roundtable discussion. Attendance on the part of McGill faculty is also encouraged.