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GPLL463 - NSERC Funding Info Session for Masters (Thesis), PhD students and Postdocs

Representatives from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) will be present on-campus to discuss their funding programs, how to prepare your application, and respond to student’s questions.

NSERC administers the Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarships for Masters and Doctoral students. These scholarships provide financial support to high-calibre students who are undertaking masters and doctoral level research in the natural sciences or engineering at a Canadian university.

NOTE: The Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarship program is only open to Canadian citizens and permanent resident of Canada.

If you are an undergraduate students considering a graduate degree and wishing to attend this session, you can register by sending an email to: GradProSkills.Registration@concordia.ca


Learning Objectives



In this workshop, participants will learn about NSERC funding opportunities for Masters (Thesis) and PhD students, as well as post doctoral fellows.


Leaders Information



This information session is led by Adèle Ngi-Song and Catherine Harrison.

Adèle Ngi-Song holds a PhD in Crop Science / Entomology from the University of Ghana and a MBA from the University of Sherbrooke, QC. She joined NSERC in 2018 and is a Program Officer in the Scholarships and Fellowship Division. She is responsible for the administration of the Canada Graduate Scholarships / Postgraduate Scholarships – Doctoral programs (CGS / PGS D), the Postdoctoral Fellowships (PDF) program, as well as the NSERC and L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Supplement.

Catherine Harrison holds a B.Eng. from Carleton University and a B.Ed. from the University of Ottawa. She joined NSERC in 2013 and is a Program Officer in the Scholarships and Fellowship Division. She is responsible for the administration of the Canada Graduate Scholarships / Postgraduate Scholarships – Doctoral programs (CGS / PGS D) , the Postdoctoral Fellowships (PDF) program, as well as the Undergraduate Student Research Awards (USRA).

This workshop is not scheduled at this time.
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