Graduate College Events

 

September 4

Grant Writing 101

 2:00pm-3:00pm

 Ross Pendergraft Library 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.

September 5

Doctoral Discussion Panel

 3:00pm-4:00pm

 Ross Pendergraft Library 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.

September 14

family day - meet the dean cookout

 3:30pm-5:30pm

 Crabaugh Hall Lawn (Tailgate Location for 2019)

Bring your family and enjoy fellowship with your peers while building your professional network. We will meet at Crabaugh Hall Lawn before the Wonderboys face off against Ouachita Baptist for a cookout with the Graduate College Dean, Dr. Jeff Robertson. 

October 8

Statistics 101

 3:00pm-4:00pm

 Ross Pendergraft Library 300 B

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.

October 14

Research 101

 1:00pm-2:00pm

 Ross Pendergraft Library 300A

Presenter: Dr. Jordan Thibodeaux, Assistant Professor of Psychology

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

October 29

Pumpkin Decorating & Carving

 5:00pm-7:00pm

 Tomlinson 110

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

November 19

grad-n-go

 10:00am-12:00pm

 Tomlinson 113

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