New Student Checklist Were you just admitted to the Department of Neuroscience? If so, make sure you read through this checklist.
Neuroscience Graduate Student Handbook This is the Department’s guide that streamlines the overwhelming amount of information available to you on FGPA’s website. Read through it, but also contact the Graduate Administrator or your supervisor if you are unclear on something.
Graduate Student Workshops A hub of graduate-specific workshops and services that will assist you in navigating through your grad school experience and beyond.
Graduate Student Counselling Feeling stressed out? Need someone to talk to? Why not drop in to see Carleton’s new graduate counsellor Alisa McClain…
Funding Opportunities There are both internal and external funding opportunities for neuroscience graduate students. For external awards, graduate students typically work with their supervisor(s) in preparation of applications to these granting agencies.
Teaching Assistant Handbook A handy departmental resource that includes links to other campus support for Teaching Assistants.
Thesis Requirements FGPA’s website outlining thesis requirements. Check the Graduate Student Handbook for departmental-specific processes and check in with the Graduate Administrator if needed.
Forms and Policies For academic changes, including but not limited to leave of absence, late registration, etc.
Neuroscience Graduate Calendar The University’s official calendar and regulations.
Society for Neuroscience – Ottawa Chapter Main website for SfN Ottawa Chapter.
Graduate Student Association The Graduate Students’ Association (GSA) offers services, advocacy, and community for all graduate students at Carleton University.
Potential Careers Overview of potential careers and links to on-campus resources.
Where are Graduate Alumni Now? (coming soon) An opportunity to see where some of our graduate alumni went after graduation.