The Department of Materials Science and Engineering is currently accepting applications for 2019 Graduate Research Days, which will take place from February 21-23, 2019.
Who should apply? Domestic students (Canadian citizen and permanent resident) who are interested in applying to Graduate Studies (MASc or PhD) in the Department of Materials Science & Engineering at the University of Toronto.
Successful applicants will take part in an expenses-paid trip to Toronto and have the opportunity to meet with potential MSE supervisors, view poster sessions featuring current MSE research, tour the U of T St. George campus as well as MSE Research facilities, and network with current students, faculty, staff and fellow attendees.
The top 10 applicants will receive an invitation to the event – Apply today!
Extended deadline for applications: January 25, 2019
Join the Grad PACS launch event!
Grad PACS is an initiative to support PhD and MASc students to identify career pathways to launch their career planning early in their degree.
Grad PACS can help you: 1) Develop awareness of transferable skills and knowledge relevant to your career aspirations; 2) Generate an actionable, career exploration plan; and 3) Refer you to resources on-campus to support your career exploration plan.
Grad PACS uses career management tools that provide a structure to reflect on your past experiences and organize your thoughts to develop a career exploration plan.
Have questions about Grad PACS? visit uoft.me/gradpacs or Register to attend the launch event!
There will be food and an opportunity to learn more about the career management tools.
Location: University of Toronto Faculty of Law, 78 Queens Park, Jackman Hall, Room J140
Date: Friday, February 8, 2019
Time: 9:00 AM – 2:30 PM
Doug Perovic – Professor of the Department of Materials Science & Engineering – Expert in product liability forensics.
Jamie Catania – President of 30 Forensic Engineering – Expert in collision reconstruction.
Ryan Duquette – Founder and Principal of HEXIGENT Consulting – Expert in digital forensics.
This event will be hosted by the Forensic Science Group (University of Toronto, Faculty of Law) in collaboration with the Department of Materials Science & Engineering.