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Graduate Research Days | Feb 18-19

Guest Lecture: Hierarchical Manufacturing Platform of Stimuli Responsive Polymers from Self Assembly to E-Skins (Hani Naguib, U of T - TIAM) | Feb 24 @ 1 PM

CARTE Presents: Building Data Science Solutions for Personalizated Health and Medicine (Shiva Amiri, 23andMe) | Feb 26 @ 12 PM

ACE Presents: Managing Test and Exam Anxiety | Feb 26 @ 12 PM

Tenure-Track Position in Bioengineering at Queen's University NOW HIRING

Grad Office Updates

Ph.D. Reading Committee Meeting – Sheida Monica Stephens

Date of Meeting: Tuesday, February 23, 2021    
Start Time: 10:30 AM           
Location: ONLINE
Reading Committee: Chair:  Prof. E. A. Edwards; Supervisor: Prof. D. G. Allen; Co-Supervisor: Prof. R. Mahadevan; Other Member(s):  Prof. B. A. Saville

PhD Departmental Oral Examination – Nathan Hilker

Date of Meeting: Friday, February 26, 2021
Start Time: 2:00 PM             
Location: ONLINE
PhD Departmental Oral Examination Committee: Chair:  Prof. C. Q. Jia; Supervisor:  Prof. G. J. Evans; Co-Supervisor:  Prof. J. Brook; Other Member(s):  Prof. A. Chan, Prof. M. Hatzopoulou (CIV)

SGS Sessional Dates for 2020-2021 

Upcoming Events

February 18-19 - GRD: Graduate Research Days 2021

February 24 - Guest Lecture: Hierarchical Manufacturing Platform of Stimuli Responsive Polymers from Self Assembly to E-Skins (Hani Naguib, U of T - TIAM) | ONLINE | 1:00 - 3:00 PM

February 26 - CARTE: Building Data Science Solutions for Personalized Health and Medicine (Shiva Amiri, Director of Research Infrastructure, 23andMe) | ONLINE | 12:00 - 1:00 PM

February 26 - ACE: Managing Test and Exam Anxiety | ONLINE | 12:00 - 1:00 PM

March 31 - LLE: Lubricin – Alleviating the Effects of Dry Eye (Gerry Fuller, Stanford) ONLINE | 12:00 - 1:00 PM

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