How to get in touch and who to contact:
- Your Student Representative: tba for 21-22
- For administrative matters: Dawn Schmidt, Institute Administrator
- For program advising: Dr. Paul Théberge, Graduate Supervisor
- For ICSLAC and CU matters: Dr. Pascal Gin, ICSLAC Director
- Graduate Student Association: GSO website, CUPE 4600-1 collective agreement
For information about program requirements…
- All requirements for the PhD in Cultural Mediations can be found in the Graduate Calendar. You can also find an overview on the Program Requirements page.
For information about Cultural Meditations courses…
- 2021-2022 graduate seminars are now approved and posted on the Courses webpage.
For information about program milestones, options, events and graduate services…
- Please consult the current version of the Graduate Handbook for the Cultural Mediations PhD Program
- Forms relevant to the program can be found here.
For information about accessing library resources…
- The Institute’s librarian provided us this winter with a thorough overview of how to access library material during the pandemic. This information can be found here.
For information about financial support and awards…
- For internal awards (early fall deadline)
- For external grants (fall deadline in many cases). Every fall, a grant writing workshop is organized by ICSLAC faculty members for all Cultural Mediations students putting an application forward (announced by email).
- Graduate Student/Travel Research Bursary: This process is now completed entirely online through Carleton Central (supporting documentation to be uploaded). When you return from any funded travel, please complete and submit the Claimant Declaration Form with your receipts to Dawn Schmidt, Institute Administrator.
- ICSLAC-specific awards: yearly call for applications are circulated by email.
For information about a variety of student services…