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Harvill Fellowship for UA undergrads entering UA grad programs in Fall 2017

Submitted on November 12, 2015
Portrait of Richard Harvill

RICHARD A. HARVILL GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP

The mission of the Richard A. Harvill Endowment is to perpetuate knowledge of Dr. Harvill, who served as UA president from 1951 to 1971, a period in which UA began its furious post-war enrollment growth, and the institution took its place among the leading research universities of the west.

 

“Strategies for Effective Teaching” Workshop Series

Submitted on October 12, 2015

The Office of Instruction and Assessment, the Graduate and Professional Student Council and the Graduate Center are co-hosting “Strategies for Effective Teaching,” a series of 5 workshops targeted at Graduate Teaching Assistants.

“Strategies for Effective Teaching” Workshop Series

Workshop #1:

Presentation and Communication Skills for College Teaching

Erin Dokter, Associate Professor of Practice

Date: Thursday, 10/15/2015

Time: 4pm-5pm

Call for Annual Graduate Teaching and Mentoring Award Nominations

Submitted on October 9, 2015

DATE: September 26, 2016

FROM: Andrew C. Carnie, Ph.D. , Dean of the Graduate College

SUBJECT: Annual Graduate Teaching and Mentoring Awards for Graduate Education

The Graduate College is pleased to issue a Call for Nominations of awards to acknowledge faculty and professionals who excel in their teaching and mentoring of graduate and professional students.

UA Celebrates Opening of Mexican Partnership Center: September 25-29, 2015

Submitted on September 24, 2015

To celebrate the grand opening of the Centro de Estudios Mexicanos en Tucson (CEM-T) of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), UA's office Global Initiatives is hosting a series of events held September 25th to September 29th, 2015. The Graduate College is proud to be well-represented in these activities.

You are invited to Dance with the Dean TODAY - Nov. 4, 2015

Submitted on September 23, 2015
Image from Spring 2015 Dancing with the Dean event at Old Main

Did you know that when Dr. Andrew Carnie isn’t studying linguistics or leading a team investigating the syntax, phonology and phonetics of Modern Scottish Gaelic, writing articles and books, or overseeing the Graduate College he is most likely off doing international folk dancing or square dancing?

That’s right! And now - back by popular demand -  he invites you to attend his event, Dancing with the Dean on the Green. This is a great opportunity to interact with Dean Carnie in a relaxed setting, learn fun dances, and meet other UA graduate students.

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