TRaCE McGill

Track, Report, Connect, Exchange

Headquartered at Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, TRaCE McGill aims

  1. to produce a detailed statistical picture of career outcomes for all McGill PhD graduates (the graduating cohorts from 2008 to 2018),
  2. to tell the stories of the education and career pathways of the PhD graduates, and
  3. to help build a PhD mentoring community inside and outside the University.

TRaCE McGill’s integration of statistical data, narrative knowledge, and community building is unique in the world among PhD tracking projects

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Narratives

April 8, 2021

Mathieu Boudreau, Research Fellow

Mathieu Boudreau completed his PhD in Biomedical Engineering in 2018. His thesis focused on characterizing and optimizing quantitative MRI... View Article

April 8, 2021

Kent Nnadozie, International Civil Servant

Kent Nnadozie received his PhD from the Faculty of Law in 2016. In his thesis research he studied the... View Article

April 1, 2021

Where do McGill PhD grads go after graduation?

The TRaCE McGill quantitative study successfully tracked over 88% of all 5,523 alumni who earned their PhD at McGill... View Article