The University of Toronto is well-known for its dynamic research environment, and U of T Scarborough is committed to fostering opportunities for undergraduate research experiences. As part of this commitment, the UTSC Office of the Vice-Principal Research and the UTSC Library launched two research initiatives in 2016: the UTSC Undergraduate Research Poster Forum and the UTSC Undergraduate Research Prize. A third opportunity for recognition exists through the tri-campus Patricia and Peter Shannon Wilson Undergraduate Research Prize.
Each program provides an opportunity for students who have excelled in research, scholarship and creative activities to showcase their research and win cash prizes.
UTSC Undergraduate Research Poster Forum - Application deadline: February 24, 2020 at noon (firm deadline)
UTSC Undergraduate Research Prize - Application deadline: April 7, 2020 at 11:59 pm
Patricia and Peter Shannon Wilson Undergraduate Research Prize - Application deadline: Monday, April 13, 2020 at 11:59 pm
UTSC’s Journal of Natural Sciences offers:
Workshops are 90-180 minutes
Enrollment is maximum 25 registrants per workshop
Students, faculty and staff are welcome, and may take any number of workshops
All workshop are free and registration is required
Note: Workshops with 5 or fewer attendees may be canceled at the discretion of the instructor.
For more information and the full schedule of events this term, please visit the Digital Scholarship@UTSC website at https://uoft.me/DS-events-W2020.
Lib4Life is a library workshop series teaching students research and information skills for school and for life.
Workshops are 50 minutes
Enrollment is maximum 28 students per workshop.
Students can take any number of workshops
Students must register to attend workshops on the UTSC Intranet.
For more information, please visit the Lib4Life website at uoft.me/lib4life
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