We are glad to announce that Paul Liu and Monica L.P. Lytwyn are the new GSS cIRcle scholar award winners for October 2015.
Paul Liu received the award for his exploration of matrix equilibration non-thesis graduate work. On the other hand, Monica L.P. Lytwyn received the award for co-creating a pedagogical support document to support meaningful curriculum and enhanced quality.
The GSS and cIRcle have been partnering to provide the GSS cIRcle Open Scholar Award to UBC Vancouver graduate students since 2012. It is a lottery based award, and is awarded to four students every year: two at the end of the summer semester, and two at the end of the fall semester. Each award is worth $500. The deadline to participate in the upcoming draw is September 24th, 2014.
All UBC Vancouver graduate students, of all disciplines, are invited to participate in the collection and enter the draw for the award. All you need is your course instructor’s approval to submit your course work to the collection.
Any non-thesis course work is welcome. This includes, but is not limited to:
- Presentations (including posters)
- Video or Audio based projects
- Graduating projects or papers
- Authorized versions of published articles based on course-related research
The work should be considered exemplary, and your course instructor will need to approve the submission.
For more information about the GSS cIRcle Open Scholar award, please visit our page here