graduate students News Archive
April 17, 2018 —
Rady Faculty partners with Habitat for Humanity on our fourth build project.
April 9, 2018 —
World-renowned electrochemist Michael Grätzel's upcoming lecture, entitled “Energy Beyond Oil,” will review recent progress in the area of exploitation of solar energy converters
April 2, 2018 —
Global conflict can tear communities apart and challenge dreams of peace, but it can also bring people together
March 23, 2018 —
Biological Masters student Amélie Roberto-Charron has just been chosen for a prestigious national scholarship
March 22, 2018 —
International student gave strong presentation on designing buildings to withstand earthquakes
March 5, 2018 —
In just three minutes, big ideas become relatable concepts.
March 3, 2018 —
With the dust having settled on this year's graduate symposium, organizers are already exploring ways to improve next year's event. Heather Krepski, vice-president of Academic Advocacy with the Education Graduate Students Association (EdGSA) says that symposium organizers are considering asking faculty for help in reviewing proposals in order to give students direction and advice on their submissions.
February 26, 2018 —
Come join us for Sustainability Night March 8, connect with other sustainability focused people. Enjoy an evening of sharing sustainability ideas and stories about creating positive impacts on our environment that benefit our planet and ourselves. Cap off the night meeting and sharing ideas with other sustainability conscious community members during the networking wine and cheese. Purchase your ticket today!
February 22, 2018 —
The 6’4” swimmer who won Canada’s first medal at the Rio Olympic Games with her relay team is easily the most athletic person in the entire building on this day
February 16, 2018 —
'This will be an issue that is around for some time simply due to how long it takes plastics to degrade'