Graduate College Events

 

Grant Writing 101
9/4/2019|2:00 – 3:00 pm|RPL 300A
Presenter: Dr. Rejina Manandhar, Assistant Professor of Emergency Management

Hands-on practice to help students develop effective grant writing skills. Students will learn grant-writing techniques and receive advice from an experienced faculty member.

Doctoral Discussion Panel
9/5/2019|3:00 – 4:00 pm|RPL 300B

Learn about the application process, securing assistantships, and success strategies from a diverse panel of ATU faculty. This event is a great opportunity for students considering taking the next step in their academic careers. 

Meet the Dean Cookout
9/14/2019|6:00 – 8:00 pm|Washburn Park

Bring your family and fellowship your peers while building your professional network. We will meet at Washburn Park for a cookout with the Graduate College Dean, Dr. Jeff Robertson. 

Statistics 101
10/8/2019|3:00 – 4:00 pm|RPL 300B
Presenter: Dr. Daniel Warwick, Assistant Professor of Psychology

Want to develop and refine your skills? During this workshop, students will learn to interpret quantitative data using statistical tools.

Research 101
10/14/2019|1:00 – 2:00 pm|RPL 300A
Presenter: TBD

During this session, students will engage in a creative and systematic process that broadens their knowledge base for future studies.

Pumpkin Carving
10/29/2019|5:00 – 7:00 pm|Tomlinson 110

Carve out some time for yourself and enjoy a holiday-themed social event with your friends from the Graduate Student Council.

Grad –N– Go
11/19/2019|10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Treat bags at all departmental offices and in the Graduate College office, Tomlinson 113

The Graduate Student Council appreciates you! Come your departmental office and grab a treat, compliments of the Graduate Student Council.