The Graduate Report

To be considered for fellowship funding for 2019-20, complete your materials as described below by 3 p.m. on Friday, February 1, 2019.
To be considered for fellowship funding for 2019-20, complete your materials as described below by 3 p.m. on Friday, February 1, 2019.

Current Graduate Students Encouraged to Apply for Fellowships

Current graduate students are encouraged to apply for fellowships through the online application. To be considered for fellowship funding for 2019-20, complete your materials as described below by 3 p.m. on Friday, February 1, 2019. Continue reading…

Blogs You Should Be Reading

Blogs can provide great resources on your writing, job search, or teaching.In addition to the Graduate Connections blog, there are a lot of great blogs and resources for graduate students and those who support them. This list is a great starting point for finding other blogs and resources. Continue reading…

Dr. Carolyn Brown-Kramer (not pictured), Assistant Professor of Practice in Psychology, leads the session that’s not to be missed as the semester gets going.
Dr. Carolyn Brown-Kramer (not pictured), Assistant Professor of Practice in Psychology, leads the session that’s not to be missed as the semester gets going.

Leading Class Discussions Workshop on Jan. 22

Whether you’re a seasoned teacher or brand new to the classroom, this workshop will help you tackle discussions more confidently and competently. Dr. Carolyn Brown-Kramer, Assistant Professor of Practice in Psychology, leads the session that’s not to be missed as the semester gets going.
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This presentation will cover concepts such as distinguishing between troubling behavior and policy violations, how to report concerns, what to include reports, and what happens once those reports are received.
This presentation will cover concepts such as distinguishing between troubling behavior and policy violations, how to report concerns, what to include reports, and what happens once those reports are received.

Wellness Workshop on Jan. 31

This presentation will cover concepts such as distinguishing between troubling behavior and policy violations, how to report concerns, what to include reports, and what happens once those reports are received. Continue reading…

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