We are excited to invite you to our Valentine’s Day Event! The event will be on Friday, February 12th from 5 to 6:30 pm. There will be multiple rounds of trivia and winners will receive Amazon gift cards! Also, all attendees will be automatically entered into a draw to win a $200 Air BnB gift card! 🤑😍💸🥰
We hope you are all getting excited for our Holiday Event on Friday, December 18th 4 to 5:30pm 😊❄️⛄️
Please join our virtual event for some fun games including Bingo, an Ugly Sweater Competition and a raffle, where winners will have the chance to win prizes like a PS5, AirPods, Amazon gift cards, and much more!! 💰🎁
Please continue reading below to find out how to win some of our great prizes!!
*** UGLY CHRISTMAS SWEATER COMPETITION ***
The Ugly Christmas Sweater competition will have prizes for the 1st place, 2nd place, and 3rdplace winners! You must email us a picture of yourself in your favourite ugly Christmas sweater by Thursday, December 17th 11:59pm! 👕
We will be emailing out your Bingo cards before the event and explain the BINGO rules during our event. There are 24 prizes that can be won during our 2 rounds of BINGO!! Winners will receive Amazon gift cards! 💸💸
We are excited to announce that we will be hosting a preliminary heat to the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition virtually on Wednesday, December 16 at 2:00 p.m. The event is open to all graduate students and post-doctoral fellows from all departments, faculties and graduate programs to present their research in a short competition.
Each graduate student and post-doc will have three minutes and only one static slide to present their research to an audience from all academic backgrounds. The winner of the UTM 3MT competition will advance to the semi-finals at the St. George campus.
Prizes will be awarded to the top three presenters: Graduate student 1st place prize – $300 Graduate student runner-up prize – $100 Post-doctoral fellow 1st place prize – $100
We encourage all graduate students and post-docs to participate, earn valuable experience and add on to their CVs.
We are excited to announce that we have partnered with UTM’s Health and Counselling Centre and Robert Gillespie Academic Skills Centre to bring you an event with guest speakers and panelists to discuss a topic that affects many graduate students – imposter syndrome. The event is on Wednesday, November 25th from 5 to 6:30pm.
All event attendees will receive a food voucher for attending ($25 value)!!
Once you register for the event, please fill out this brief survey to find out your unique character strengths! We will be using the results in one of our event activities: https://www.viacharacter.org/
Players will have the opportunity to win gift cards from Amazon, Uber Eats, Chapters, Starbucks, and Roots (the choice is yours)! We will have lots of prizes so your chances of winning are pretty high 😉.
Our annual holiday party will be on Friday December 6th starting at 5:30 pm at the Blind Duck. Entrance by donation to the Food Bank or $5
This year there will be hundreds of dollars worth of prizes to be won from the raffle! Raffle tickets are 5 dollars for 10 tickets FIRST PRIZE: PS4 with 3 games
SECOND PRIZE: Two Toronto Raptors ticket
THIRD PRIZE: Kindle eReader
FOURTH PRIZE: JBL HeadphonesPlus several gift cards and chocolate prizes! Want more prizes? The winners of the trivia contest and gingerbread contest will also win prizes! Caribbean Food for dinner! Including Jerk Chicken, Steamed Vegetables, Macaroni Pie, Coconut Cream Pie, and Bread Pudding!
The GRC is being held again this year on Tuesday, April 30th for posters 4-6pm in the New North Atrium and Wednesday, May 1st for talks 9am-6pm in IB150. Make sure to seize the opportunity to let the UTM community know what you’re working on and learn a little about other work. There will be refreshments and hors-d’oeuvres during the poster presentations and a dinner with awards following the talks. You will need to register using the following link: https://secure.utm.utoronto.ca/grc-2019/ (Registration links are found at the top of the page)
This year, the Associate Dean, Graduate Office will support free poster printing. Please email email@example.com for printing your poster.
Oral talks should be 12 minutes and an abstract submission is required for all presentations. Abstracts are due Friday, April 12th by 5pm.