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16 June 2014

Congratulations to Canada’s 3MT Winners

Western University’s Joseph Donohue is the 2014 Canada’s 3MT winner. He is a Master’s biochemical engineering student.
more info . . .


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28 May 2014

Congrats to our 3MT Francophone Partners!

Competitive. Exciting. Fun. That’s the description we’re hearing about the recent Ma thèse en 180 secondes competition.It took place during the Association francophone pour le savoir (ACFAS) conference at Concordia University in Montreal.


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21 May 2014

Who is your choice for Canada's 3MT Champ?

Take a look at these Three Minute Thesis entries and vote for a People’s Choice winner. This virtual competition is open until June 2. It is a terrific way to express your support for grad students who are workinging hard to share their research in a way that reaches out to all Canadians. more info . . .


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23 Apr 2014

Ready, Set, Go

This week kicks off the first of three regional Three-Minute Thesis competitions across Canada. Both the Ontario and Eastern regions are scheduled for April 24 at McMaster and Dalhousie. Check out the Ontario 3MT website for a link to watch the event live.


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4 Apr 2014

CAGS Co-Ordinator Lise Benoit received nominations from across the country

They came from right across the country - Victoria to St. John’s. In all, our co- ordinator, Lise Benoit, received 54 nomination packages for this year’s CAGS/ UMI Awards.


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24 Mar 2014

CAGS/PROQUEST Distinguished Dissertation Winners: Where are they now?

For the past 20 years CAGS judges have reviewed some of the country’s best PhD work in search of Canada’s most distinguished dissertation.


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5 Mar 2014

Canada’s 3MT Judges Announced

Two well known Canadians have joined the judges panel for the inaugural Canada’s 3MT challenge. Dr. John Polanyi, Nobel Laureate and Professor of Chemistry at the University of Toronto and CBC journalist Kady O’Malley, join CAGS President Noreen Golfman on the judges’ desk.


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21 Feb 2014

What Makes a Grad School Great?

A combo of many things, really. People, programs and professionalism are the main ingredients.

Nominations are now open for the annual CAGS/ETS award. Entries will be accepted until April 30, 2014. Guidelines for the nomination process can be found here.


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7 Feb 2014

Expand Research Strategy: CAGS Paper

The health of Canada’s graduate education system is a critical factor in a competitive global environment. And ultimately the creativity and sophistication of post graduates is key to an exceptional and vital society. That’s the message CAGS has delivered to the federal government as it reviews its science and technology strategy.


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22 Jan 2014

Searching for Canada's Top Dissertation of 2014

The nomination process is now CLOSED for Canada’s Distinguished Dissertation Awards.

It is an exciting time of year here at CAGS when we put out this annual call. In partnership with publishers ProQuest-UMI we have been seeking out the best dissertations in Canada for 20 years.


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20 Jan 2014

National 3-MINUTE Thesis Competition

Three minutes. Eleven of Canada's best minds. The power of the spoken word.

That's the formula for Canada's first ever National Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) to be held in May 2014. And we are happy to announce that CAGS is sponsoring this virtual event.


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31 Oct 2013

French language 3MT®

ACFAS and CAGS invite Canadian universities to hold their own French language 3MT® competitions and to send the winner to the finals in Montreal in May 2014!


Noreen GolfmanSource: University of Alberta

26 Aug 2013

Grad Studies Direction, Relevancy: Conference Theme

Montreal - Participants at the 2013 CAGS Conference will be looking at options for the future of Canadian graduate studies when the event takes place here November 3-6, 2013.


Noreen Golfman

15 Aug 2013

Updating PhD Defence: Memorial University Wins Innovation Award

Ottawa - A new program that encourages examiners to attend the dissertation defence process remotely has won the 2013 CAGS/ETS Award Excellence and Innovation in Enhancing the Graduate Student Experience.


Noreen Golfman

12 Aug 2013

Inside Look at Immigrant HIV Testing Wins Top Prize

Ottawa - A critical analysis of Canada’s immigration system and the mandatory HIV testing of prospective immigrants and refugees has been awarded the 2013 CAGS/Proquest –UMI Distinguished Dissertation Award.


Noreen Golfman

06 Aug 2013

CAGS 2013 Dissertation Award: Cracking An Evolutionary Mystery

Ottawa - A study about the evolutionary history and population patterns of the iconic North American Mountain Goat has won the CAGS/UMI-PROQUEST Distinguished Dissertation Award for 2013 (Engineering, Medical Science and Natural Science Category).