Winners of five collegiate competitions took part in the virtual University-wide Three-Minute Thesis competition on November 13, 2020.
The Leadership in Equity, Inclusion and Diversity (LEID) Fellowship rewards Ph.D. candidates who have demonstrated a commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and/or social justice through scholarly activity and/or climate enhancing initiatives.
The purpose of the Fulbright program is to increase mutual understanding between people of the United States and other countries through the exchange of persons, knowledge, and skills. Approximately 1,900 grants are available to over 140 countries.
The Graduate School and Graduate School Diversity Office (GSDO) are delighted to announce the Leadership in Equity, Inclusion and Diversity (LEID) Fellowship.
The Graduate School Diversity Consultation Team has launched Faculty Fighting Racism, an online, curated set of books, articles, videos, and podcasts for graduate faculty intended to serve as a first step in understanding what it means to be anti-racist.
One graduate student from each of four groups – arts and humanities, biological and life sciences, physical sciences and engineering, and social sciences and education – was chosen by faculty from the broad disciplinary area. Selections were based on the originality and importance of the research, as well as the potential for the student to make an unusually significant contribution to their field.
The Graduate School is pleased to announce the 2020-2021 Doctoral Dissertation Fellows.
2020-2021 Endowed Fellowship Recipients Announced
A message from Scott Lanyon, Vice Provost & Dean of Graduate Education
The Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellowship (IDF) provides a unique opportunity for outstanding Ph.D. students who are engaged in interdisciplinary research to study with faculty at one of the University’s interdisciplinary research centers or institutes during the fellowship year.