Master’s iWeekly e-newsletter

#25-4 | Income Tax Tips

It’s that time of the year again…Income Tax Return time! See the announcement on Income tax tips for Your 2016 Income Tax Return for information on helpful resources.

#25-5 | Industry Panels and Meet-Up’s

Don’t miss out on the last few Industry Panels and Meet-Up’s!

#25-6 | Fob Access to Room 417

The door to Room 417 (the classroom/Semaphore Space that’s inside the Inforum) is now controlled by iSchool fob access. When classes or events are not in session, iSchool students can continue to use Room 417 as a study space; just remember to bring your fob with you! We have also started posting a weekly calendar listing out when classes or events are taking place in that room, so that you can plan your visit.

#25-7 | SGS Conference Grant – Winter/Spring Cycle 2017

The Winter/Spring Cycle 2017 SGS Conference Grant application will open on Monday, March 13, 2017. Please see the SGS Conference Grant – Winter/Spring Cycle 2017 announcement for details.

#25-8 | FIAA Student Conference & Research Grants worth up to $500!

Apply for Student Conference & Research Grants worth up to $500! Offered by Faculty of Information Alumni Association (FIAA), and open to all MMSt and MI students who:

  1. have been invited to speak or present at a conference or panel, or
  2. are currently conducting a research project that is supervised by a faculty member.

Submit applications to: Le Dieu Tran, Chair, FIAA Grants & Awards Committee at: ledieutranatalumni [dot] utoronto [dot] ca.

Deadline for Winter 2017 grant applications: Friday, March 31, 2017.
NOTE: If you are applying for a grant in the Winter 2017 session, your conference/research activity must occur between January 1, 2017 and August 31, 2017.

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
safety [dot] abroadatutoronto [dot] ca Read more »

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