Save the Date:
Saturday, February 22, 2014
2nd Annual NCSU UGSA Graduate Student Leadership Workshop at Hunt Library
Registration opens in Early January!
Save the Date:
The November Issue of Pawprints is now out! Please take a few moments to read our latest news and announcements and be sure to share this link with your fellow graduate students if they haven’t read it!
The Adult Education & Workforce and Human Resource Education Graduate Students Association Presents a Panel Discussion with the Board Members of the Triangle Organization Development Network.
TODN is an organization development community providing opportunities for personal and professional learning, development, and support for members and associates.
The event will be held on Thursday, November 21st from 7-9 PM in Poe 220. Food and Beverages will be served, and all Graduate Students are invited.
The UGSA is currently in the process of revamping our old Travel Award with the development of a new highly competitive award that is intended to cover the entire cost of attending a conference (up to $1,500). We envision that applications for this award will be available by December 2013, with a submission deadline of February 15, 2014. Winners will be announced by mid April 2014, and awardees will receive the award through reimbursement for the attended conference. More information will be available here once available.
If you have specific questions or want to know “what to expect” about this award, please contact the UGSA Vice-President of Academic Affairs (email@example.com).
The October Issue of Pawprints is now out! Please take a few moments to read our latest news and announcements and be sure to share this link with your fellow graduate students if they haven’t read it!
On behalf of the College of Education and the Office of International and Distance Education Alliance (I+DEA), we are pleased to announce the first Poster Symposium on “Perspectives on Diversity, Cultural Competence, and International Education” will be held in the Wachovia Room at the Friday Institute during Education Week on Tuesday, November 19, 2013 from 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm.
As higher education is crossing boundaries and borders with teaching and learning, students and faculty alike are impacted by culture and diversity. There is a great need to create awareness of these changes in attitudes, behaviors, communication, and cultures. This symposium will connect students and sponsoring faculty across NC State University that share similar interests in the topics related to international/multicultural/cross-cultural education, cultural competence, and internationalization of education. In addition, it will allow networking for possible cross-collaborations as the university increases efforts to be more visible in its international efforts.
This poster symposium will showcase the quality and diversity of our undergraduate and graduate-level international related research at NC State. The posters could be practice or research-based. As an excellent opportunity for students to expand their experience, this research presentation is a beneficial addition to a resume for potential employers or graduate studies.
Please send any concerns/question to my attention at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at (919) 513-0167. Upon submission of abstracts, we will contact the students with further instructions.
We look forward to seeing you and your students on November 19 to celebrate Education Week!
North Carolina State University’s Center for Human Health and the Environment (CHHE) and the College of Science is hosting Dr. Linda Birnbaum, Director of NIEHS and NTP on Oct 17th to give a special seminar on the future of Environmental Health Sciences.
The seminar is at 10am in the Hunt Library on Centennial Campus in the IEI Multipurpose Room. Afterward, there will be an opportunity for grad students and postdocs to have a discussion about career opportunities with Linda from 11am-noon. This event is open to anyone interested!
Please have students/postdocs register using email link below, as lunch will be provided and we’d like to have a good headcount.
RSVP to email@example.com by October 11.
Learn more by visiting www.chhe.research.ncsu.edu