Grant Writing Workshop for Graduate Students


Grant Writing Workshop for Graduate Students with Dr. Lynne Milgram

 
DateTuesday, October 22, 2013 - 1:30pm

Location

7310, 3rd floor 205 Richmond Street West Toronto, Ontario

Grant Writing Workshop for Graduate Students with Dr. Lynne Milgram

We encourage all students applying for SSHRC and OGS Awards to attend. Dr. Milgram has requested that all students bring with them a written Draft of their Research Proposal as this will be an interactive writing workshop.

Dr. Lynne Milgram is a professor of anthropology, liberal arts and sciences, here at OCAD U. Her research on gender development and globalization in the Philippines analyzes the cultural politics of social change in women’s informal sector work. She has been the ongoing recipient of SSHRC support through grants since undertaking her graduate study.

 

www.ocadu.ca/graduate-studies/information-for-students/scholarships-and-funding.htm

 

 

Free

DateTuesday, October 22, 2013 - 1:30pm

Website Location

7310, 3rd floor 205 Richmond Street West Toronto, Ontario

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Grant Writing Workshop for Graduate Students with Dr. Lynne Milgram

We encourage all students applying for SSHRC and OGS Awards to attend. Dr. Milgram has requested that all students bring with them a written Draft of their Research Proposal as this will be an interactive writing workshop.

Dr. Lynne Milgram is a professor of anthropology, liberal arts and sciences, here at OCAD U. Her research on gender development and globalization in the Philippines analyzes the cultural politics of social change in women’s informal sector work. She has been the ongoing recipient of SSHRC support through grants since undertaking her graduate study.

 

www.ocadu.ca/graduate-studies/information-for-students/scholarships-and-funding.htm

 

 

Free

Venue & Address: 
7310, 3rd floor 205 Richmond Street West Toronto, Ontario
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