SGS Celebrates Graduate Student Winners of Federal Tri-Council Awards - Jay Lalonde

Andrea

Posted: Jan 25, 2023

Category: Student Stories , Money Matters



Profile of: Jay Lalonde Award Received: SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship Awarded for the project: Model Settlers, Dirty Foreigners, and Colonial Agents: Icelandic Settlers in Nova Scotia and Atlantic Canada's Immigration Policy, 1850-1900 Faculty: Arts Department: History Project supervised by: Dr. Angela C. Tozer   For every settlement recorded and celebrated by colonial bureaucrats and...

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SGS Celebrates Graduate Student Winners of Federal Tri-Council Awards - Dawson Nancekievill

Andrea

Posted: Jan 11, 2023

Category: Student Stories , Money Matters



Profile of: Dawson Nancekievill  Award Received: CIHR Canada Graduate Student Master’s Award Awarded for the project: Impact of Exercise with Blood Flow Restriction on Muscle Hypertrophy and Functional Outcomes in Men and Women Faculty: Kinesiology Project supervised by: Dr. Martin Sénéchal   Believe it or not, weight training with less than half the load used in...

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SGS Celebrates Graduate Student Winners of Federal Tri-Council Awards - Cody Carlyle

Andrea

Posted: Dec 21, 2022

Category: Student Stories , Money Matters



Profile of: Cody Carlyle  Award Received: Canada Graduate Scholarship – Doctoral (Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council) Awarded for the project: Factors influencing the detection of whales using high resolution satellite imagery Faculty: Science Department: Biological Sciences Project supervised by: Dr. Kimberley Davies Whales are understudied due to their large...

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SGS Celebrates Graduate Student Winners of Federal Tri-Council Awards - Nicole Daigle

Andrea

Posted: Dec 14, 2022

Category: Student Stories , Money Matters



Profile of: Nicole Daigle Award Received: Postgraduate Scholarship-Doctoral (Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada)  Awarded for the project: Investigating the effects of conservation stocking programs on sturgeon populations across North America Faculty: Science Department: Biology Project supervised by: Dr. Charles Sacobie (UNB Indigenous Science Scholar) and...

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SGS Celebrates Graduate Student Winners of Federal Tri-Council Awards - Delaney Beck

Andrea

Posted: Dec 7, 2022

Category: Money Matters , Student Stories



Profile of: Delaney Beck  Award Received: SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship  Awarded for the project: “Some of the sisters have shell shock as well as wounds”: War Trauma in First World War Canadian Nursing Sisters  Faculty: Arts  Department: History  Project supervised by: Dr. Cindy Brown  Some 2,845 women served as Nursing Sisters with the Canadian Army...

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SGS Celebrates Graduate Student Winners of Federal Tri-Council Awards - Shannon Webb-Campbell

Andrea

Posted: Nov 30, 2022

Category: Money Matters , Student Stories



Profile of: Shannon Webb-Campbell  Award Received: SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship Awarded for the project: Only Young Faculty: Arts Department: English Literature, Creative Writing Project supervised by: Dr. Sue Sinclair & Dr. Jennifer Andrews Summary of research My doctoral research project, a novel entitled Only Young after a well-known colloquial Newfoundland phrase used to describe a...

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Fall Graduate Scholarship Opportunities

Sarah Hall

Posted: Sep 12, 2022

Category: Money Matters , News and Events



Intersted in applying for some Fall scholarship opportunities? Check out the list of scholarships currently open for application below! Be sure to read the conditions carefully to make sure you are eligible before applying. *Students looking to apply to more than one award must submit applications for each specific award. Each application should be submitted in one file. Additional documents...

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Introducing the 2022 Eastern Regional 3-Minute Thesis Competition participants!

Andrea

Posted: Jun 15, 2022

Category: News and Events



The School of Graduate Studies will be hosting this year’s Eastern Regional 3-Minute Thesis Competition tomorrow night (June 16) from 7-9 PM. Participants will be discussing their work on topics from ranging from Canadian memoirs to freshwater fish. We hope to see you there! Please register at the following link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_H_0wSMAWR5eGkA2dQLNmnA This...

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Introducing the 3MT Eastern Regional Finals Judges

Andrea

Posted: Jun 10, 2022

Category: News and Events



As announced last week the School of Graduate Studies is pleased to be hosting the Eastern Regional 3-Minute Thesis Competition, bringing together the winners of university 3MT competitions across Atlantic Canada and Quebec. This week, we are also very excited to announce that the judges for the event will be:  Wes Williams, also well known as Maestro Fresh-Wes (rapper, record producer,...

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3MT Eastern Regional Finals

Sarah Hall

Posted: Jun 3, 2022

Category: News and Events , Student Stories



  The University of New Brunswick is excited to be hosting the Three Minute Thesis Eastern Regional Finals being held virtually Thursday June 16th, 7-9 pm.The 3-Minute Thesis (3MT®) is an annual research competition developed by the University of Queensland to challenge graduate students to communicate their research and its significance in three minutes or less. This year, ten...

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