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In keeping with UC’s ongoing commitment to diversity, the Graduate School is creating a new fellowship opportunity for underrepresented minorities: the Provost Graduate Fellowships. The program will award three incoming PhD students a three-year, $25,000 fellowship that includes full tuition. Provost Beverly Davenport discusses why she sponsored the fellowships and the value that diversity brings to the academic enterprise.
Graduate students learn a lot in their labs and seminar rooms, but getting that knowledge into the wider world may be even more important. The Three Minute Thesis competition teaches students how best to present their work to nonspecialists.
Learn more about Dr. Yonatan Eyal, the Graduate School's new Director of Graduate Studies. The education enthusiast and history buff shares his plans to improve the graduate experience, his love of the American Civil War and what he'd do with $10 million.
Where does the blues come from? The African blues might sound like a good guess, but College-Conservatory of Music graduate Saul Meyerson-Knox found that its origins aren't so clear-cut. Read more about his thesis, nominated for the MAGS 2016 Distinguished Master’s Thesis Competition.