USRA NSERC Summer 2022

Undergraduate awards applications are due on Monday February 28, 2022
Applications are emailed to Sally at

Applications (form 202 part 1) are submitted electronically through the NSERC website: https://www.nserc-crsng.gc.ca/onlineservices-servicesenligne/instructions/202/usra-brpc_eng.asp#part_i you must have a supervisor agree to supervise you before you can apply. Each supervisor can nominate a single student.

All applicants must have a minimum B+ cumulative average in order to apply. Selection of applicants is based on cummulative average. ***before applying, you must print out an unofficial transcript that includes your Fall 2020 term grades. This is downloaded as part of the application process.

After you submit form 202 part 1, send your supervisor the reference number, print out form 202 part 1, scan and email it to Sally () along with your transcript. In the email note your supervisor’s name. If this is not received, you will not be considered for an award.

Covid Self Assessment & Entry Protocol to Psychology Building

Required Provincial Covid Self Assessment to be done daily one- hour previous to entering University Campus. Then person is required to let supervisor know they have passed the assessment, and can proceed to come to campus.https://covid-19.ontario.ca/self-assessment/

Psychology Building Access Required to complete when entering and exiting the Psychology Building each time when on campus.
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MEREDITH MARKS NEW EDUCATOR AWARD

Sandra Monteiro, an Associate Member and former graduate of our PhD program, has won the Meridith Marks New Educator Award from the Canadian Association for Medical Education.  This award is given annually to an early-career academic who has made a significant contribution to medical education.  Congratulations Sandra! 
https://www.thespec.com/news/hamilton-region/2021/04/04/for-the-third-year-in-a-row-a-mcmaster-scientist-wins-canadas-top-award-for-new-medical-educators.html

MUFA AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING SERVICE

Judith Shedden has been selected to receive the MUFA award for outstanding service.  This award is aimed at recognizing faculty and professional librarians who have made outstanding contribution to the mission of the University through the provision of exceptional service to faculty, librarians, staff, or students.  Congratulations Judy! 
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