Final Call to Apply: AU Graduate Student Research Fund

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AU graduate students who are involved in major research projects or theses: there's funding available to you—but you have to act fast! Funding falls under Graduate Student Research Fund (GSRF) which covers out-of-pocket expenses for conducting research and dissemination of research. The application deadline for the Graduate Student Research Fund (GSRF) is  Tues. Oct. 13, … [Read more...]

Come celebrate our heritage!

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Are you passionate about the conservation of historic places, landscapes, or artifacts? Does the interaction between people and places, culture and nature intrigue you? How about history and heritage resources—or digging around in the dirt, through time, to understand the past? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these, you might want to attend a monumental event related to Our … [Read more...]

Registration Open for the 2015 AU Graduate Student Conference

3rd Annual AU Graduate Student Conference

The 2015 AU Graduate Student Conference is open and taking registrations! AU Faculty of Graduate Studies and AU Graduate Students’ Association will co-host the 3rd Graduate Student Conference from September 25-27, 2015 in Edmonton, AB. The conference, "Research in Practice", is an opportunity for graduate students to present their research, seek feedback, gain experience, … [Read more...]

UPDATED: AU Graduate Student Conference – Call for Abstracts – EXTENDED Deadline

Call for Abstracts

The 2015 AU Graduate Student Conference is inviting you to submit an abstract for a poster or paper presentation. You are invited to submit an abstract for a Poster or Paper Presentation. Paper Presentations (in-person or virtual): 15 minute presentation, followed by a 5 minute question period. Poster Presentations (in-person or virtual): will be displayed on boards (provided). … [Read more...]

Three-Minute Thesis Winner Update

AU Faculty of Graduate Studies Master student Kathleen Kelava and Dr. Simon Nuttgens. [photo credit: Kathleen Kelava]

Last month, we told you about AU’s Master of Counselling Psychology student Kathleen Kelava who was selected to compete in the Western Regionals 3MT contest —otherwise known as the Three-Minute Thesis. Kelava had won competing against five of her AU peers to claim the winning 3MT title and prize of $1,000 (donated by the Research Centre) as well as the trip to B.C. to compete in … [Read more...]