Need a Space to Study?

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The Space:

EGSS has a study space in the basement of the education building (Rm. B180) equipped with seven lockable desks. Every term, there is a random draw to assign a desk to people who have applied to use one.

How to Enter the Draw:

Send an email to egss@mail.mcgill.ca and express your interest in participating in the draw. Please include the following in the email subject: EGSS Desk Draw, The Term, and Your First and Last Name.

Applicants should also attach a proof of enrollment to the e-mail. Proof of enrollment can be obtained on Minerva.

Entries are due May 12th to win a space for the summer term!

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Looking for Funding?

Applications for EGSS fellowships are due Monday May 1st at noon.

EGSS offers several annual fellowship awards to EGSS members enrolled in Master’s and Doctoral programs. These awards are intended to be accessible to as many of our members as possible, particularly those whose circumstances and/ or work might otherwise be overlooked in academic award competitions. Both needs-based and achievement-based awards are available.

To read more about the different awards and how to apply, click here: https://egssmcgill.wordpress.com/fellowships/ 

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Human Development Conference – LIMITED SPACE – Reserve Your Place Now!

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The Annual Human Development conference is a one day student-organized event featuring research, which highlights the latest topics centered on Human Development Psychology in Education. The conference is organized by students enrolled in the Human Development Psychology program in the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology at McGill University.
The Human Development program was designed to understand the developmental trajectories in both typically and atypically developing populations, with an emphasis on learning and inclusive education. Furthermore, the program is centered on investigating assessment and intervention methods throughout various educational settings.
The conference features the latest issues in Human Development from an educational perspective.
The conference highlights topics such as, social-emotional development, cognitive development, attention, mindfulness, self-determination theory, peer relations, parental involvement, reading comprehension, all of which revolved around a developmental theme in Education. 
Free food will be provided throughout the conference!
We are close to capacity, register for FREE to reserve your place!