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2022-2023 Seminar Schedule and First Talk Symposium
Seminars are on Wednesday at 12:00 p.m. Each talk should be no more than 20 min, allowing an additional 5 min for questions.
|MSB 2172||Medical Sciences Building
1 Kings College Circle, Room 2172
|PGCRL Auditorium||Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning
686 Bay Street (NW corner Bay and Elm Streets)
160 College Street
|MaRS Centre, West Tower||661 University Ave|
For details on seminar scheduling and content see:
Master’s Seminar Course in Biochemistry BCH2020L
Doctoral Seminar Course in Biochemistry BCH2022L
Other important information
All incoming students must also attend BCH2024 Introduction to Graduate Studies (formerly Effective Science Communication) which takes place just before the seminars.
For information on “How to give a talk” click here.
A Message to Students from the Graduate Coordinator
Congratulations to all of you on maintaining an exceptionally high calibre of seminar presentations. The care and effort you put into your seminar preparations is very much appreciated by faculty members and by your fellow students.
If you are giving a seminar this term, please be sure to notify your supervisor and committee members of your scheduled date. About two weeks before your presentation date, send them a reminder. At the same time give the title of your seminar to Carrie Harber (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Remember that the student seminar series is a required course (BCH2020/BCH2022) and that a satisfactory record of attendance (you must attend at least 70% of all student seminars) is needed to obtain credit. You are rquired to attend even if you have been given permission to write your thesis. If your supervisor is not a regular at the seminars, encourage her/him to come along with you every Wednesday.
Alexander F. Palazzo
MaRS, West Tower, Suite 1500
661 University Ave.