# 10 PhD iWeekly e-newsletter

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Final Reminder: Winter 2017 Course Enrolment Opens for 1st Year Students November 10th

Please find Winter 2017 course enrolment information here: Winter 2017 course enrolment information for all programs

HelpHub

The HelpHub is up and running! Remember to COPY (cc) helphub [dot] ischoolatutoronto [dot] ca when emailing the person listed under “Who to Contact” on the HelpHub PDF.

SGS Wellness Workshops

SGS is offering a series of Wellness Workshops to help you develop coping skills to meet the demands of university, work, and personal life.

  • Where: The School of Graduate Studies, 65 St. George Street, room 201.
  • When: Mondays from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm on the following dates. Bring your lunch!
  • November 14, 2016: Balanced Living
  • November 28, 2016: Managing Emotions
  • December 12, 2016: Healthy Behaviours

To register, call the Health & Wellness Centre at 416-978-8030 or contact your intake counsellor/clinician. Registration is limited to 20 participants; register early. If you have accessibility accommodation needs, please advise during your registration. If you can't make it in person, you can complete the workshop series by registering online for the webinar series.
The UofT Health & Wellness Centre also offers workshops on Better Coping Skills help you build the skills you need to thrive.

UTAPS Application Deadline for Out-of-Province Students – EXTENDED to FEBRUARY 1st

Students who applied to OSAP (Ontario loans) are automatically considered for UTAPS. Out-of Province Students MUST APPLY DIRECTLY BY FEBRUARY 1, 2017.
Please see further information/timelines here.

Please spread the word: Planning the Next Stage of your Academic Career? PhD Info Session

  • Date: Wednesday, November 16, 2016
  • Time: 4:30-6 pm. (light refreshments)

Please register using this form.
Find out more about the doctoral program at the Faculty of Information and meet faculty from our program as well as current students. We encourage prospective applicants to review the current projects in which our faculty are currently engaged.

Upcoming English Language and Writing Support (ELWS) Workshops

Next Monday November 14, 2016: Writing Your Sources into Your Work
Time: 4 pm – 5:30 pm (Note the early start!)
Location: Bissell Building, 140 St. George Street, Room 205
Instructor: Dr. Peter Grav
Monday, November 21, 2016: Refining Your Use of Sources
Time: 4 pm – 5:30 pm (Note the early start!)
Location: Bissell Building, 140 St. George Street, Room 205
Instructor: Dr. Peter Grav

See full descriptions, locations, and a complete list of upcoming workshops and course offerings on the ELWS website: http://www.sgs.utoronto.ca/currentstudents/Pages/English-Language-and-Writing-Support.aspx

Reminder: Register With the Safety Abroad Office

All students planning on participating in international U of T activity (gaining credit/research, funding or sanctioning) must fully register with the Safety Abroad Office prior to departure. Please begin the registration process at least 30 days before travel. Please see “Steps for Going Abroad” under Student Responsibilities for complete information.
Note: Failure to comply with these procedures may result in withdrawal of funding, emergency support and/or academic credit.
Please direct questions or concerns about the Safety Abroad guidelines and/or procedures to:
Safety Abroad Office
Cumberland House
33 St. George Street
416-978-1148
safety [dot] abroadatutoronto [dot] ca

Free Museum Passes for UofT Students

University of Toronto students can get passes to visit select city museums for free, thanks to a pilot initiative with Toronto Public Libraries (TPL).
Each Student MAP pass is good for free admission for two to the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Bata Shoe Museum, City of Toronto Historic Sites or the Textile Museum of Canada. The booklets will be handed out at the participating U of T libraries from October 18, 2016 to January 31, 2017 or until supplies run out.
Students can also participate in the larger MAP program as long as they have a TPL card. See the full list of participating venues and explore take the opportunity to explore Toronto’s diverse cultural landscape!

Presenting WWI in the Modern Museum - Men & Women in the WWI Air War

Title: Magnificent Men (and Women) in their Flying Machines: A New Approach to Exhibiting the First World War Air War
Date: Friday, November 11, 2016
Time: 3-5pm
Location: Sidney Smith 2098 (Natalie Zemon Davis Conference Room)
This presentation discusses the Canadian War Museum’s current special exhibition Deadly Skies – Air War 1914-1918. In particular, it highlights how Deadly Skies takes a new look at the war in the air. Rather than focussing on the air war as it is often remembered—a series of one-on-one aerial duels—this exhibition revolves around experiences of nine individuals who were involved in, or impacted by, this new form of warfare. In taking this approach, the curatorial team has sort both to humanise and democratise the conflict.
Speaker: Dr. Nic Clarke, Canadian War Museum
Nic Clarke, Ph.D., is a historian at the Canadian War Museum. He has worked on a wide range of projects related to the First World War, including the exhibitions Gallipoli – Three Perspectives (2015) and Deadly Skies – Air War 1914-1918. His book, Unwanted Warriors: The Rejected Volunteers of the Canadian Expeditionary Force was published by UBC Press in 2015. In addition to his work on the First World War, Nic has published articles on the treatment of people with disabilities in late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Canada.