News & Events
The English Department's graduate students are hosting an interdisciplinary graduate conference here at UC this Saturday, March 8. The conference theme is Transforming Access, and panels will feature graduate students from across UC disciplines, in addition to graduate students from other colleges and universities. There is no fee to attend, and the organizers would love it if other graduate students came out to hear their peers talk about their work. Breakfast will be provided at 9:00 AM in McMicken 26.
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.
Ganesh Moorthy, a doctoral student in pharmaceutical sciences/ biopharmaceutics, received a scholar-in-training award from the American Association for Cancer Research to present his research at the AACR annual meeting in April. The specific scholar-in-training award presented to Moorthy—the AACR-GlaxoSmithKline Outstanding Clinical Scholar Award—recognizes early-career scientists presenting outstanding papers in clinical cancer research.
The Graduate Poster Forum event last Friday was a success! Researchers from a variety of graduate programs presented their work to professors, peers and judges in the hope that they would earn top marks. Click here to see which researchers received a winning spot in their categories!
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.
If you're looking for a new volunteer opportunity, look no further. We've compiled a list of organizations through UC and the Cincinnati community that are always looking for new volunteers. Check the list and help where you can.
Conflict arises in every type of environment, and graduate school is no exception. When left unresolved, small conflicts can grow into contentious and explosive issues, which may disrupt your academic life. See what the Ombuds office can do to help you deal with conflicts before they grow too large to handle.