Conferences, Funding Opportunities, Competitions and More
Make the most of your time as a graduate student by getting your research out there. Every year there are hundreds of conferences, funding opportunities, competitions and calls for papers available to you in Canada and abroad. Conferences are an amazing way to network, share your research and learn about cutting-edge developments in your field. Plus, there are lots of funding opportunities that can help you attend, including our UMGSA Conference Grant. See below for current listings of conferences, funding opportunities, and more.
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UPI Multidisciplinary Graduate Research Conference
The third UPEI Multidisciplinary Graduate Research Conference will be held August 9 and 10, 2018 at the University of Prince Edward Island. Students in graduate programs across Canada are invited to submit a presentation abstract by April 13, 2018. Read more here.
Judges Needed: Manitoba Schools Science Symposium
The Manitoba Schools Science Symposium is recruiting judges for the 2018 fair. Judges should be individuals who have completed or are completing post-secondary education.
The Manitoba Schools Science Symposium is an annual provincial science fair for students in Grades 4 -12 with approximately 350 projects per year. We are currently recruiting judges for the 2018 fair. This year it will be held April 27 – 28, 2018 at the University of Manitoba Max Bell Centre. If you are interested in being a judge for the fair, please click here to register. For further information please contact the Judging Chair at email@example.com.
Call for Participants: Manitoba Personalized Lifestyle Research Study
Pacific Foundation of Canada Competition
The Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada is launching its annual competition for Post-Graduate Research Fellowships. Committed to fostering the next generation of Asia Pacific researchers and analysts, they offer up to four Post-Graduate Research Fellowships valued at $40,000 for Master’s graduates and $42,000 for PhD graduates for a one-year non-renewable term.
Successful applicants will have a background in Asia-related research in a variety of fields, including (but not limited to) social sciences, humanities, business, education, statistics, and natural sciences, and will be based on excellence and fit with the Foundation’s research priorities (energy, the environment and substainability; trade and investment; education and curriculum; national and sub-national relations with Asia.) Please note that grants are not intended to support dissertation research.
The application period begins February 1st, 2018, and closes April 30th. 2018. For more information on the fellowship and for application details, please refer to their website.
Fondation Sciences Mathématiques de Paris FSMP
Are you a mathematician or a computer scientist who has always wanted to live in Paris? The Fondation Sciences Mathématiques de Paris FSMP offers scholarships for Masters degrees in Math and fundamental computer sciences, and offers 20 PhD thesis awards (from Fall 2018) in Math and fundamental computer sciences. FSMP federates 14 laboratories in mathematical sciences, 23 Inria teams, and gathers more than 1800 researchers among which 900 permanents, involving 5 Fields medalists, 20 members of Academy of Science, and many recipients of national and international awards. These programs are dedicated to international students without any nationality restriction (Canadian students are eligible).
The Canadian scientific community has a fantastic opportunity right now to shape the future of Canadian research for the better, and they need your help! Federal funding for fundamental research in Canada has been declining significantly over the past decade. Sign their letter and find out what you can do to help here.