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Md Kamrul Islam

The conference was a worthwhile experience for me. I received extensive review comments on my paper which were extremely useful in writing a scholarly paper. I look forward for another conference of this nature in 2013.

Siyue Tian

Thanks so much for this wonderful conference! I learned a lot from the comments on my paper, from the presentations by other graduate students, and from the comments given to each of the presenters. I wish all my fellow student presenters make great progress in our studies.

Lisa Zaporzan

Thank you for such a great event! I learned alot from both the feedback that I was personally given by my trainer, and from the feedback given to other students, which helped me to realize areas of my own work which would benefit from their comments as well. What a fantastic experience, thank you again!

Gustave Goldmann

The future is bright. The presentations by the students demonstrate the richness of the research being conducted. All the projects have direct policy relevance and address important questions for our society. I was very impressed by the thought given to the projects and the quality of the work presented.

Christine Proulx

As a student presenter, what I found very useful is that the comments received were very specific and not only revealed some issues with the paper but specified how those issues could be resolved with some modifications. Thanks for this great event!


This is a great event! Glad to see the Population Change and Lifecourse Strategic Knowledge Cluster is supporting such initiatives.

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