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January announcements for graduate students

Dec. 18, 2023

Mark your calendars for important graduation deadlines, funding opportunities, and professional development workshops.

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Save the date for the 2024 Three Minute Thesis competition Feb. 7

Dec. 14, 2023

This annual event, which showcases graduate students' ability to distill their nine-hour thesis down to three minutes, returns to campus.

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From the Dean: Thank you for a great semester

Dec. 12, 2023

As finals draw near, I would like to take a moment to congratulate everyone for finishing a semester that was challenging in so many ways.

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December announcements for graduate students

Nov. 10, 2023

Mark your calendars for important fall graduation deadlines, funding opportunities, and professional development workshops.

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November announcements for graduate students

Oct. 13, 2023

Mark your calendars for important fall graduation deadlines, funding opportunities, and professional development workshops.

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Join me Oct. 10 for an open forum with Provost Moore

Oct. 9, 2023

This event will be an opportunity to ask questions and engage in a dialogue about your graduate education.

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GPSG seeking senator applications

Oct. 4, 2023

Senator applications are now being accepted for engineering, education, law and music.

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October announcements for graduate students

Oct. 2, 2023

Mark your calendars for important graduation deadlines, funding opportunities and professional development workshops

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Voting for GPSG Special Election Now Open

Sept. 26, 2023

The Graduate and Professional Student Government is holding an election to determine three executive positions.

Mike Summers

Inclusivity expert to speak Sept. 26

Sept. 14, 2023

Professor Michael Summers will reflect on his time with the Meyerhoff Scholars Program and what lessons can be learned.

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