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Are you a Canadian or Permanent Resident seeking funding for your graduate degree? SCWIST has organized a SSHRC doctoral scholarship grant writing workshop to help you get started on your application! Whether you’re a current doctoral student, finishing your masters, or have been out of school for a while but are interested in returning, if you’re interested in applying for this upcoming funding cycle, we invite you to join us for an afternoon to go over some writing tips and story-telling strategies from a past SSHRC CGS-D recipient.
Vienna Lam was a previous SCWIST Board Director of Youth Engagement (2018 – 2019), and is currently a Ms. Infinity volunteer with the youth engagement committee. Vienna is a Joseph Armand Bombardier SSHRC scholar, laboratory manager, and doctoral student at Simon Fraser University’s School of Criminology and Centre for Forensic Research. Aside from her SSHRC awards, she has a strong track record of grant writing, including securing funds to support SCWIST’s youth programming. Having won more than 37 academic awards/grants/scholarships since she started university, Vienna will be sharing her knowledge translation process with attendees.
Free for SCWIST members. $5* for non-members. Not a member? Register and avail of many upcoming events for free or at low cost!
Membership information here: https://scwist.ca/get-involved/become-a-member/
* Regularly $10. Save 50% during the Covid19 pandemic.