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Fall 2016 WORKSHOP SERIES
Purpose: Provide writing support for ABD (all but dissertated) students; discuss shared concerns about the dissertation process; and introduce strategies to facilitate writing. All participants should come prepared to write and work collaboratively with students from across diverse disciplines. This series will continue with three new workshops in the spring.
This week the Graduate College welcomed three new faculty members to part-time administrative positions: Dr. Patricia Stock, Dr. Frans Tax, and Dr. Benedict Colombi.
In partnership, the Graduate College and the Office of Digital Learning (ODL) are excited to announce a new resource available to all UA graduate students via D2L called the Graduate Launchpad.
The Graduate Launchpad was created with a graduate student’s input as a way for all graduate and professional students to explore the many tools on campus and within the online learning environments before beginning classes. This resource will also assist in connecting them to classroom technologies and support services.
Fall Workshops on Funding for Graduate Students
The Graduate College Office of Fellowships and Community Engagement assists graduate students applying for external funding. We are happy to invite UA students to the following workshops for the fall.
Please see our website for more information, locations, and to register for the sessions:
The University of Arizona community is cordially invited to attend the 22nd Annual Undergraduate Research Opportunities Consortium (UROC) Research Conference Poster Session on Monday, August 7, 2017 in the Student Union Grand Ballroom from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m (poster session) and 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. (closing ceremony),
Today, Graduate College Dean Andrew Carnie formally announced the move of the Graduate College’s Latin American Programs Office to the Office of Global Initiatives (OGI):
“This change will offer more opportunities, different and innovative ways to develop new international collaborations and strengthen current programs by connecting the Latin American Office to related projects in OGI.
May 15, 2017
A group of 29 students affiliated with the University of Arizona received the prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, which is granted to those with proven potential for making significant achievements in their fields. Twenty-three other UA-affiliated students received honorable mention.
Last October, The Graduate College issued a Call for Nominations of awards to acknowledge faculty and professionals who excel in their teaching and mentoring of graduate and professional students. Two such awards are given annually. Each winner will receive a check for $2500.00, a medallion and plaque at a reception today. Tenure-track, tenured and non-tenure eligible faculty who can demonstrate a long-standing commitment to graduate education are eligible. Candidates may be nominated by students, staff, faculty members, department heads, graduate program directors or deans.