Despite the disruption, many of the activities relevant to your program will continue; however, they will take place online and not in person. Specifically, advisory committee meetings, departmental graduate exams and final oral examinations will proceed.
The communication will need to be set up before the event. In the case of an exam or final oral examination, please check the communication a few days prior to the event.
|Type||Person responsible for setting up the Communication (Zoom)||Departmental Contact||Note|
|Advisory Committee Meeting||Student's Supervisor||Kay Martinez (email@example.com)|
|Exam (Transfer and Qualifying Exams)||Chair of the exam||Anh Nguyen (firstname.lastname@example.org)||The graduate office will provide the license|
|MSc defenses||Graduate office||Anh Nguyen (email@example.com)||The graduate office will provide the license|
|PhD defenses||Graduate office||Kay Martinez (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Please see the links below for instructions on how to hold a meeting on Zoom.
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Graduate Administrative Coordinator
- Graduate Office Responsibilities
- Course Scheduling
- Faculty Graduate Appointments
- Examination: PhD Final Oral Examination
- Program Requirements
- Proposals for SGS Governance
- Seminars - Exit
- SGS Calendar Entry
- Teaching Assistantships
Graduate Program Assistant
Graduate Office Responsibilities
- Awards & Convocation Celebration
- Course Enrollment
- Examinations: MSc Oral Examination, MSc-PhD Transfer Examination and PhD Qualifying Examination
- GRIP Symposium
- Health & Safety Training
- Meetings and Minutes (Department & Graduate Education Committee)
- Seminars - Departmental