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CAGS-UMI Distinguished Dissertation Award

Each year, the Canadian Association of Graduate Studies (CAGS) recognizes two Canadian doctoral dissertations: one in the fine arts, humanities and social sciences; and the other in the medical sciences, natural sciences and engineering.

FEB 20 2013

We talked with CAGS’ executive director Sally Rutherford and the 2012 award recipients, Adeel Safdar and May Chazan, about the application process and what it means to win the CAGS-UMI Distinguished Dissertation Award.

You can learn more about the CAGS-UMI Distinguished Dissertation Award on the CAGS website.

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