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Monday Memo - October 15, 2018

Monday, October 15, 2018

Disclaimer: Many links in these previous Monday Memos will no longer work due to the Graduate College website migration.

 
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1is2many Training Hold

A hold preventing you from enrolling in spring classes will be placed on your account if you do not complete your 1is2MANY training. If you have yet to complete your training, follow the steps herearrow

Graduate Student News


StudentNews

3MT Competition Finals

The 3-Minute Thesis Competitions Finals continue this week with finals in three colleges. Mark your calendars for the following college finals:

October 15: CEAT 3MT Competition Finals
October 17: CASNR 3MT Competition Finals
October 19: Center of Health Sciences 3MT Competition Finals


StudentNews

Wally Is That You?

Good morning Cowboys,

Ever since Wally got back this week, he has been focused on the numbers and running “with” or “by the numbers.” I’m not really sure what is going on. I do, however, know Halloween is coming up and he may be preparing for that, but, I tell you, he keeps walking by whispering “the numberssssssssssssssss.”

Hope you can figure out what that means because I have no clue.

Good Luck.

- Windy


Congratulation to last week’s winner, Qing Li, who correctly unscrambled “Teaching, Learning & Leadership.” To read more about the Teaching, Learning & Leadership program, click herearrow


Professional Development


Professional Development Opportunities

ProfessionalDev

Participation in The Brew Review counts toward a Level One Wellness Badge.


ProfessionalDev

iLead Luncheon


Reminders

Public Writing Contest

Data Carpentry Workshop

Early Voting for the November 6 election begins November 1 and ends on November 3


Research to App Competition Food & Activities Calendar

Important Information for Graduate Students


StudentNews

Wednesday, October 17 – Guide to Graduation and Thesis/Dissertation Format Review – In-Person Session 3:30-4:30 pm in 103 Gunderson

Thursday, October 18 – Guide to Graduation and Thesis/Dissertation Format Review – In-Person Session 10:30-11:30 am in 222 Classroom Building

Friday, October 19 – Guide to Graduation and Thesis/Dissertation Format Review Deadline

For students completing a thesis or dissertation, the “Guide to Graduation and Required Thesis/Dissertation Format Review” is required to be completed by Friday, October 19th, either in person or by watching the webinar. All other students are recommended to watch the “Guide to Graduation for Non-Thesis Students” webinar. Both webinars are available through Graduate College Round-Up. Students completing a thesis or dissertation should review the appropriate Model Document PDF for important formatting requirements.

As a reminder, an original plan of study must be submitted to the Graduate College by the end of the second semester for Master’s students, and by the end of the third semester for Doctoral students. If you do not submit your original plan of study on time, a hold will be placed on your account blocking future enrollment until a plan of study is submitted.

Students planning to graduate in December should review the Graduation Checklist and the Graduate College Academic Calendar for important deadlines.

Monday, October 22 – Spring 2019 enrollment begins for graduate students

The Office of the Registrar has a lot of helpful information on their website, such as a list of Common Registration Issues, and how to Change Credit Hours in a Variable Credit Class.

Friday, October 26 – Revised Plan of Study (if needed) and Graduation Clearance Form due for Fall 2018

Students planning to graduate in December (Fall 2018) must submit a revised plan of study (if needed) and a Graduation Clearance Form to the Graduate College by Friday, October 26th.

Thursday, November 1 – Deadline to Apply to Graduate with the Office of the Registrar for Fall 2018

Students planning to graduate in December (Fall 2018) must also apply to graduate through their Student Self Service account by Thursday, November 1st. You must have an approved Graduation Clearance Form before you can apply to graduate. For more information, please refer to the Apply to Graduate instructional page.

Friday, November 9 – Admission to Doctoral Candidacy due for Spring, 2019 graduation

Doctoral students planning to graduate in May (Spring 2019) must have an approved Admission to Doctoral Candidacy Form by Friday, November 9th.

Friday, November 9 – Deadline to drop or withdraw from classes with a guaranteed W.

Friday, November 9th is the last day to drop or withdraw from courses with a guaranteed W. For more information, please refer to the Drop/Add and Withdraw Deadline Details, or contact the Office of the Registrar.

Friday, November 16 – Priority deadline to submit results of thesis/dissertation oral defense form to the Graduate College

The hard copy original (wet ink) Thesis/Dissertation Oral Defense Results form must be physically signed by your committee members and submitted to the Graduate College. 

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Grants & Fellowships Opportunities


Grants&Fellowship

Women for OSU Scholarship

The OSU Foundation is accepting online applications for the WOSU scholarship for 2019 – 2020 here arrow

The application is open to ALL students with a passion for philanthropy. The deadline is November 30


Additional Opportunities

NASA Postdoctoral Program

Yale Ciencia Academy for Professional Development 2019

2019 Ford Foundation Fellowship

DOE Science Graduate Student Research Program


The Graduate and Professional Student Government Association


GPSGA

Meet the Officers

Name: Adrian Alonso Saenz

Position: Communications Director

Why GPSGA?

GPSGA is the best graduate student organization to meet graduate students. So if you feel as though your friends group is lacking or your graduate networks could be expanded, just join GPSGA

Goal: Is to make people laugh, while keeping them informed of course. Grad school is stressful, but there is nothing a quick laugh can’t fix (i.e. make you feel just a little bit better about your life choices)

Next Meeting: October 17, NRC207 at 5:30 p.m.


Wally’s Adventures

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