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Graduate College Travel Awards
In order to encourage graduate students to pursue more nationally and internationally recognized fellowship opportunities, the Graduate College will provide $500 in professional development funding to those who apply to prestigious fellowship opportunities.
Find out more about qualifying “fellowships” and other conditions here
Graduate Student News
3 Minute Thesis
The Oklahoma State University 3-Minute Thesis (3MT) competitions are just around the corner. Registration opens today university-wide and closes between October 1 and October 12, depending upon college. Register and find details on when and where your specific college is holding its competition here
Uh-oh Wally, the Graduate College mascot, is back to his old ways.
Go on informative journeys across different graduate programs and resources with our good friend with the striped sleeves. But before we can highlight these programs and resources, we have to find Wally. Geeze, that guy.
In order to do so, unscramble the clues Wally leaves throughout the memo and report back to email@example.com. The first studEnt who successfully identifies where Wally is will get a small gift from the man himself.
Because he’s nice, Wally says he’ll only be changing the fonts throughout the memo to hint where he is. The unscrambling is your job.
We will start next week. Good luck Cowboys.
Check out “Wally’s Adventure” on the left-hand side to see where Wally has been in the past as well as see which student was able to unscramble the mystery.
Instruction Badge Highlight
Building your understanding of learning modes and instructional strategies to best communicate information and concepts to your audience will set you on a path to success in teaching.
Learn other ways to develop as an instructor here
Professional Development Opportunities
Instruction: Seminar: Team-Based Leaning
Communication: Abstract Writing Workshop & Contest
Abstract Submission for 15th Annual Research Symposium in Biological Sciences extended to September 10.
It is not required for presentations to be rooted in biological sciences; all areas of sciences build off each other and are encouraged to be shared.
Find the submission form here
Save the date
Professional Development :
Giving a 3 Minute Presentation - September 27th 12:00 PM- 1:00PM
Grants and Fellowships Opportunities
NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program
Last call! Tomorrow is the day for students interested in the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program to learn more about this competitive program. Register here
The Department of Energy Science Graduate Student Research Program Applications
Applications are still being taken. As a reminder, they are due by 5 p.m. EST on November 15.
Find your application here
Important Information for Graduate Students
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.
Find everything here along with other pertinent information on graduation and fall break here
The Graduate and Professional Student Government Association
Meet the Officers
Name: Ravneet Kaur
Position: Vice President
“Join to be a part of the voice of graduate students on campus. Also it’s a great platform for networking and socializing with people from different disciplines.”
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