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Highlights for this Issue
• NEW — AGE-WELL Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Awards in Technology and Aging: The awards provide graduate students and postdoctoral fellows from the social, health and applied sciences across Canada with access to training and mentorship opportunities through the AGE-WELL Network of Centres of Excellence. Highly qualified candidates may be eligible for awards of up to $18,000 for graduate students and $40,000 for postdoctoral fellows.
See complete details  and access the online application form on the awards website.
Deadline: July 10
• NEW — Faculty of Graduate Studies Distinguished Alumni Award: The award recognizes graduates of Brock's master's and doctoral programs for outstanding achievement in and contributions to graduate studies, graduate education or graduate culture, at Brock or elsewhere, that has made a difference to their communities and beyond. Please visit for more information .
Deadline: Nominations accepted until July 6
• NEW — Brock's Bioscience and Social Science Research Ethics Boards are recruiting graduate student members: These dynamic volunteer boards provide a unique opportunity to gain insight into human research ethics. The REBs are responsible for reviewing and assessing protocols for research involving human participants within the University or under University auspices. The REBs ensure that the physical safety and personal integrity of human participants in research are respected and protected by interpreting and applying the Tri-Council Policy Statement (TCPS2) and relevant legislation.
Research Services is currently looking for master's- or doctorate-level students to serve a one- or two-year term. Interested applicants should submit a current C.V., a written academic reference (attesting to their ability to handle the extra workload), and a cover letter outlining their research interests and why they are interested in joining the Bioscience REB (BREB) or Social Science REB (SREB).
Applications should be sent to: Research Ethics Office, Office of Research Services, Mackenzie Chown, D Block or email@example.com 
Application deadline: Friday, July 17
For more information, please contact the Research Ethics Office at 905-688-5550, x3035 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Please visit for more Information  about the REB.
• NEW — Search Brock theses on Theses Canada Portal: Brock's graduate student theses are now fully integrated into the Library and Archives Canada's AMICUS system. This means that approximately 2,000 Brock graduate student dissertations have been added to the definitive digital collection of Canadian theses, and are thus available to scholars across the country and the world. Visit the Theses Canada Portal  for full details.
• Student Health Services (SHS) — Spring Semester hours: During the spring semester (to July 9) SHS will be open Monday to Thursday (closed on Friday, Saturday and Sunday) as follows:
9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. - All morning appointments are seen at the SHS office located inside Campus Pharmacy (beside East Academic).
12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. - All afternoon appointments are seen at the SHS Harrison Hall office located beside Campus Security (across from the Walker Complex).
SHS provides a range of services and programs for students including confidential primary health care, prevention programs, wellness education and strategic medical and academic partnership promoting optimal health and university success.
Visit the SHS website  for full details of its services and programs.
• REMINDER - e-Bulletin summer schedule: The e-Bulletin will go to a monthly distribution for June, July and August. Issues are scheduled for Thursday, July 23 and Thursday, Aug. 13. The e-Bulletin’s regular distribution of every other week is expected to resume on Thursday, Sept. 3.