Graduate Program Administration Resources
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Graduate Program Administration Resources
All graduate students must read and familiarize themselves with the intellectual property policies and guidelines of the University. In addition, the Policy on Integrity in Research and Scholarship requires graduate students and their graduate supervisors to sign an Intellectual Property Form indicating their agreement with the University policies and guidelines or indicating any specific arrangements that have been that differ from these policies and guidelines.
Further, Graduate Studies encourages all graduate students to have a conversation with their graduate supervisor about intellectual property in an attempt to navigate any potential intellectual property issues in advance. Graduate Studies has created an IP Checklist to help students begin a conversation with their graduate supervisors about intellectual property matters.
Graduate Financial Support and Expenses
Calculation of Basic Funding Packages, Tuition and Related Fees
- 2013-14 Full-time Domestic Student - MA, MSc, MBE, MEd (research stream)
- 2013-14 Full-time International Student - MA, MSc, MBE, MEd (research stream)
- 2013-14 Full-time Domestic Student - PhD in Arts or Science
- 2013-14 Full-time International Student - PhD in Arts or Science
- 2013-14 Full-time Domestic Student - PhD in Education
- 2013-14 Full-time International Student - PhD in Education
Internal Awards and Bursaries
Spirit of Brock Medal
Applications are now being accepted for the Graduate Student Spirit of Brock medal to be awarded at Brock's Fall Convocation ceremony on October 16. The medal, presented by Brock's Board of Trustees, recognizes the academic excellence, leadership and community service of a graduating student from a master's or doctoral program. We invite faculty members to encourage students, who they feel best exemplify these qualities, to apply for the award through the Office of Student Awards and Financial Aid. Applications close on September 3.
Scholarship Information Sessions (Information Sessions are offered to explain the process in order to complete an external scholarship application.)
Department/Program submits completed applications (including University/Departmental Evaluation Forms) to the Faculty of Graduate Studies on or before Oct. 31, 2013.
Department/Program submits ranked applications (including University/Departmental Evaluation Forms) to the Faculty of Graduate Studies on or before February 3, 2014.
- Each application submitted to NSERC must be accompanied by two original reviews (Report on the Applicant).
- The report is done online. The referee will receive an email triggered from the student’s application. The email will provide instructions to complete the online report.
- A paper copy of the report is not required.
- The reports must be completed by persons capable of making an informed assessment.
- One report should be from a person very familiar with the student’s research and other abilities, e.g., current academic research supervisor or industrial supervisor (in the case of co-op students); previous academic research, industrial or USRA supervisor.
- The second report should be from a person sufficiently familiar with the student’s research and other abilities to provide a meaningful commentary.
- The Report on the Applicant cannot be completed by a proposed supervisor unless that person is, or has been, your supervisor.
Department/Program submits completed applications (including Departmental Appraisal Forms) to the Faculty of Graduate Studies on or before Nov. 15, 2013.
Department/Program submits completed applications (including Departmental Appraisal Forms) to the Faculty of Graduate Studies on or before Feb. 3, 2014.
- Master's Application Instructions
- Doctoral Application Instructions
- Departmental Appraisal Form and Instructions - Master's
- Departmental Appraisal Form and Instructions - Doctoral
- Reference Letter - Master's
- Reference Letter - Doctoral
- Guide for Reviewers
- Master's Awards - ResearchNet Application Instructions
- CIHR Policy on Complete Applications – FAQ
- How to Apply
On-Campus work regulations for full-time and part-time students
CUPE 4207 Collective Agreement (Teaching Assistantships) - On-Campus work regulations for full-time and part-time students.
Request for Approval of Extra On-Campus Employment Hours
Instructor, Teaching Assistant, Course Coordinator, Lab Demonstrator, and Marker/Grader Postings
Contract System (Use Brock DB Menu)
Monitoring Student Progress
Thesis Defences and Document Submission
Graduate Student Professional Development
School of Graduate Studies, Queen’s University
Suggested Readings on Graduate Supervision from McGill University
University of Western Ontario, Teaching Support Centre
Western Guide to Graduate Supervision
Western Guide to Mentoring Graduate Students Across Cultures
Principles and Guideline Regarding Graduate Student Supervision
Graduate Education and Graduate Teaching
Graduate Teaching Assistants
Brock’s Centre for Teaching, Learning and Educational Technologies supports faculty and teaching assistants in a number of ways including workshops, certificate programs and consultations on teaching, mentoring and supervising TAs.
University of California at Berkeley – Teaching Graduate Students
Michigan State University, Office of Faculty and Organizational Development, Online Instructional Resources – Teaching Methods: Teaching Graduate Students
Brown University, The Teaching Exchange, “On Teaching Graduate Students How to be Independent Lifelong Learners,” by Kate Lynn Lapane (Sept. 2007)
Penn State, The Graduate School - Best Practices in Graduate Education
Center for Teaching, Vanderbilt University, Resources for Supervisors of Teaching Assistants.
Graduate Calendar Preparation
Library Support Form (required for all proposed new courses, with the exception of yearly V series offerings)