Graduate Student Opportunities

Oct 10, 2018: BioTAP Training Program

Sept 24, 2018 BioTAP is a TA training program that started in the Biology Program but is now open to all graduate students in science. Free lunch is provided! Space is limited. This session will explore the various ways in which undergraduate students are typically evaluated: written assignments, reports, exams, as well as oral reports and […]

G+PS workshops

Sept 24, 2018 Registration is now open for: Establishing yourself as an Expert through Strategic Communication Wed, Oct 3 | 10 – 11:30 AM @Thea Koerner House Event and registration details: grad.ubc.ca/about-us/events/17018-establishing-yourself-expert-through-strategic-communication   Check out community.grad.ubc.ca for other opportunities including: Himalayan Photo Exhibition by PhD student @Forest Sciences Centre, Sept 22 – Oct 5 | […]

BC Institute of Agrologists Scholarships

Sept 24, 2018 The BC Institute of Agrologists is a regulatory body which establishes standards for the competent and ethical practice of agrology in BC. Agrology are professionals working in agriculture, environment and natural resources. They have a minimum Bachelor’s degree relating to their area of practice and meet high standards of practice. Each year, […]

Let’s Talk Science Volunteer Info Meeting

Sept 24, 2018 ARE YOU A SCIENTIST, SCIENCE ENTHUSIAST, OR JUST GENERALLY A HUGE NERD? GREAT! COME SPREAD YOUR LOVE OF SCIENCE WITH ELEMENTARY AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN VANCOUVER (AND OTHER PARTS OF BC, TOO!) Volunteer Information Meetings WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19th 5-6PM (on-campus @ MSL 101) MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24th 5-6PM (on-campus @ MSL 101) […]

Research Assistant Opportunity

Hello, I am seeking a graduate research assistant to support development of an application for a UBC cluster grant on Just Transition in Fossil Fuel Supply. The tasks will include occasional communications with team members, preparing an annotated bibliography, and possibly getting us started on a website. ~ 60 hrs at $30/hour between now and November, […]

FAIP Expressions of Interest Now Open

Sept 24, 2018 The Expression of Interest application form and updated Farm Adaptation Innovator Program Guide (2018–2023) are now available online. A total of $1.5M will be available for projects that enhance the BC agriculture sector’s ability to adapt to climate change. The Farm Adaptation Innovator Program (FAIP) seeks to build adaptive capacity and encourage […]

AIP Seeks Applicants for State Department Fellowship

Sept 17, 2018 AIP is seeking qualified scientists to apply for the 2019-2020 AIP State Department Fellowship program by Oct. 15. If you are an individual interested in the intersection of science, policy, and international affairs, AIP encourages you to apply for an AIP State Department Fellowship. The application deadline for the 2019-2020 term is […]

Call for Applications: IODE War Memorial Scholarships

September 17, 2018 Call for Applications: IODE War Memorial Scholarships The IODE War Memorial Scholarships support PhD scholars whose research makes important contributions to Canada and the world. Up to three scholarships of $20,000 for study in Canada or for study within the Commonwealth will be awarded for the 2019-2020 academic year. Applicants are judged […]

DAAD Study Scholarships and Research Grants

Sept 17, 2018 Competition Announcement: DAAD Study Scholarships and Research Grants DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst) Study Scholarships and Research Grants are available for highly qualified graduate students, PhD candidates, and post-doctoral researchers in all disciplines to study and carry out research at universities or research institutes in Germany. These scholarship provide funds for a […]

Conservation Discussion Group

Sept 13, 2018 The ‘Conservation Discussion Group’ will be held once a week in the Biodiversity Research Centre room 225 on Thursday from 1:30-2:30 starting on September 20th. For many researchers in BRC, IOF, Forestry, Land and Food Systems, and other departments across UBC, conservation interests form the foundation of why we do what we […]