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PsychBoy last won the day on June 24 2018

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  1. Haha same! Although it's totally normal for it to be in peer review!
  2. ResearchNet status is now "In Peer Review"!
  3. Applied to the FRQS postdoc as well! Good luck!
  4. Hi everyone! Anyone applying for a Banting Fellowship this year? Under which agency? Any tips as to what kind of profiles were previously awarded the fellowship? Good luck!
  5. like july you should wait you could get in trouble
  6. I think when you accept the award they ask the start date again worst case scenario you just email Vanier and they'll be okay with that
  7. About last year, to make things clear: - We were supposed to know on March 30 and then the Vanier website said "early April". The results came out on April 5 around lunchtime. - We got an email saying the portal had been updated. You won't know if you won in that email. HOWEVER, if on ResearchNet you have a second line to click that says something like "View offer", then I believe it means you got it (or else there is no offer; only a "results" line to click...something like that). - Your institution will know at the same time as you--so don't worry if you see the dean or you
  8. If you get FRQSC or OGS you are still eligible to reapply for the Vanier. If you get SSHRC, then no.
  9. both were supervised by the same prof?
  10. I don't know if two students from the same lab ever got the Vanier in the exact same year lol
  11. last year it was 5 days after what it said on there
  12. honestly I believe the best leadership experiences are the ones that helped YOU improve and if you had to go above and beyond to get that idiosyncratic experience, even better of course, there's the whole explaining around that (the before, during, after) that is important
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