News & Events
UC students recently recognized for research or creative endeavors include geology master’s student Rajarshi Dasgupta (Sigma Xi Grants-in-Aid of Research), environmental engineering and science doctoral student Greg Saylor (2014 American Water Works Association ARCADIS scholarship) and English and comparative literature doctoral student Lisa Ampleman (2013 Dorothy Sargent Rosenburg Annual Poetry Prizes competition).
The College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services will host its first summer workshop series about collaborative research from July 21-25, 2014. The inaugural theme is “Collaborative Research in Community Contexts,” which will bring together international, national, and regional scholars to address issues related to collaborative research with partners outside academe. Sign up today! There are 40 spots open, and they will go quickly. Click here for more information.
Have you seen the enormous and intriguing installation hanging through the center of the Van Wormer Building? Why not? Take a little time out of your day to stop in and see Sharareh Khosravani's thesis piece. It's magnificent! A reception will be held Friday April 11 at 5 p.m. and go until 8 p.m. See more of Sharareh's work on her website: http://shararehkhosravani.com/
As you sprint to get all of your papers, projects and presentations done before the end of the semester, take a look at this list of technology resources. They can help you polish up your final projects just in time to turn them in.
The Graduate School Office is seeking a graduate assistant to design electronic and print materials and to take and edit photographs for various publications. Full-time graduate students proficient in Adobe Creative suite and willing to work within UC and Graduate School branding guidelines are welcome to apply. Preference will be given to students with strong graphic design and photography portfolios. The position runs August 2014-April 2015. Review the full position description and qualifications and then apply at www.jobsatuc.com, position number: 2143956. Apply by April 20 for full consideration.
As of this week, we officially have ONE month left in the semester! That is cause for excitement and perhaps a bit of groaning. If you're stressed out about all the things you have left to do this semester, take a quick moment to look at our list of stress-management techniques. We want you to arrive at April 25 happy and healthy!
For the second year in a row, the Graduate School is sponsoring an Interdisciplinary Dissertation Workshop open to students in any field! ENGL9010 will be offered May 12-23, 2014, from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm each day. The Graduate School is offering scholarships for the 1-credit class; after enrolling, students will receive an award to cover tuition. Please see the flyer for more information and for enrollment instructions (a brief statement of purpose is due by April 28). Professor Micciche is happy to answer any questions students might have about the course.
You know it’s been a long, cold winter when 30 degrees sounds absolutely balmy. Last week’s high of 60 was enough to get us all itching for the spring we hope is right around the corner. Here are a few options to get out of the house and save a little cash on and off campus while you do.