Building upon a growing partnership between OCAD University and General Motors of Canada, two recent graduates and one student have recently been recruited through the University’s Digital Futures program to work at GM’s Canadian Technical Centre (CTC) in Oshawa.
The Graduate Studies Office at OCAD University is hiring a graduate student monitor! As the Graduate Studies Office Monitor – Events and Special Initiatives, you will play a key role in event support for the Office. You will also support special initiatives and projects as decided by the Dean of Graduate Studies, including updating the Office website with relevant student information, and support for labs and studios.
You are invited to the publication launch of Noctograms by Luciano Iacobelli on September 21st, beginning at 7pm at the Free Times Cafe.
OCAD University is hosting the 2018 Ontario Climate Change Consortium symposium, and registrations are still being accepted.
Check out the new Digital Futures Graduate Thesis Site here: www.dfthesis.com. This site includes thesis project descriptions and student bios for the Digital Futures graduating class of 2018.
The Graduate Student Travel Fund encourages and supports OCAD University graduate students to travel regionally, nationally, and internationally both to present their research to the scholarly community and to conduct research. This award is funded by the Office of Graduate Studies. The next deadline is October 1st.
Indigenous Art Histories Speaker Series, every Thursday, 10am-11:20am, Room 420, 205 Richmond St. W.
Join us each Thursday from 10:00-11:20am in Room 420, 205 Richmond St. W. for the ongoing Indigenous Art Histories Speaker Series, programmed by Professor Suzanne Morrissette.
Learn about graduate student and postdoctoral funding opportunities from NSERC, including the CGS-M scholarship at this information session on Thursday, September 20th from 2pm-4pm, in the Digital Salon (Room 701K), 205 Richmond St. W.
Two projects led by OCAD U faculty have been successful in the inaugural Graduate Studies Indigenous Innovation Award competition. This $15,000 funding envelope will be shared by Dr. Suzanne Morrissette and Dr. Amish Morrell for their projects, summarized below.
Queen West Art Crawl seeks Artist Advisory Committee members. All artists that have participated in the annual festival are eligible to be part of the Artist Advisory Committee but must be nominated by the Chair and approved by the Board of Directors.