Calgary, Alberta, Canada
The Jamboree is an opportunity for researchers at any stage of their research to learn and do Grounded Theory well. The learning takes place in a collaborative and supportive environment. The 3-day workshop is modeled as a retreat and an immersion in Grounded Theory. The benefits of an immersion are an extended period to look at research from an inductive, theory generation perspective.
The Faculty of Graduate Studies is pleased to invite you to a newly launched
Professional Development Workshop (PD) Series on Effective Communication & Career Building.
There are 4 modules. Each module is 2 hours and will be delivered online using Adobe Connect.
Co-sponsored by the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Athabasca University Graduate Students’ Association
This on-line event will be held in place of the 2017 in-person Graduate Student Conference in Edmonton
To submit an abstract, register or for more information, visit the Conference website.
Congratulations to the winners of Athabasca University's internal 3 Minute Thesis (3MT®) competition which was held in March by the Faculty of Graduate Studies. Cash prizes awarded to the top three were graciously provided by AU’s Research Centre.
1st Place- $1000 prize
Mohammad Belghis-Zadeh, MScIS student
Supervisor: Dr. Sabine Graf
Topic: Is the Internet our Best Friend
Mohammad went on to compete in the Western Regional Competition which was held at the University of Saskatchewan in April, and did very well!
The program and the videos of the presentation can be found here.
Winners from the Western Regional Competition went on to the National Competition, which was hosted virtually.
2nd Place - $500 prize
Bertrand Sodjahin, MScIS student
Supervisor: Dr. Vive Kumar & Dr. Shauna Reckseidler-Zenteno
Topic: Once, Pseudomonas affect - Now, cured and happy!!!
3rd Place - $250 prize
Diane Mitchnick MScIS student
Supervisor: Dr. Vive Kumar
Topic: Using Student Data to Determine an Effective Diagnostic Model for ADHD
Watch AU's 3MT® internal competition here.
Updated June 26 2017 by Student & Academic Services