Current Student Resources

Professional Development Resources

MyGradSkills.ca is a resource for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows to enhance the professional skills so that they can succeed during their studies and research, and in a range of career paths. MyGradSkills.ca includes a number of self-paced, online modules on a range of #GradProSkills topics, including teaching & learning, to career development, to community engagement, to entrepreneurship, and much more. As the site expands, they also will be offering blogs, virtual career panels, an information clearinghouse, as well as additional online modules.

The Graduate Student Learning Initiative (GSLI) is a collaborative endeavour that brings together key campus services that support academic and professional skill development for graduate students as learners, instructors, researchers and professionals.

Mitacs is a national, not-for-profit organization that has designed and delivered research and training programs in Canada for 15 years. Working with 60 universities, thousands of companies, and both federal and provincial governments, they build partnerships that support industrial and social innovation in Canada. The Mitacs Step program is focused on four core competency areas in Professional Development. These are Leadership and Management, Communications and Relationship Building, Personal and Professional Management and Entrepreneurialism. The individual workshops in the Mitacs Step curriculum build skills in each of these competencies.


Forms and Documents

Common forms and documents:

All other forms can be found on the Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies website.


Thesis and Graduation Resources

Thesis submission, defence and preparation resources:

Note: There is no Thesis Template for the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. Your thesis must conform to the style and formatting guidelines found in the above links to be approved by Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies.

For other useful links and resources, visit the Completion and Graduation page on the Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies website.


Teaching Assistantships (TAs)

The Academic Staff Work Assignments website is where you will find postings for available work assignments for Teaching Assistants (TAs & UTA's), Graduate Service Assistants (GSA-1s) and Sessional Lecturers (SLs), and where you will manage your Offers of Appointment.

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