Welcome Graduate Students and Post-docs
The Alliances for Graduate Education and the Professoriate (AGEP) at Michigan State University (MSU) is a National Science Foundation program that supports recruitment, retention, and graduation of underrepresented U. S. minorities in doctoral programs of the natural and social sciences, mathematics, and engineering. Graduate students, post-docs and faculty who participate in building the AGEP Community at MSU will provide a key to changing the culture of U. S. colleges and universities to embrace building world-class STEM and SBE faculties who fully reflect the diversity in race, gender, culture and intellectual talent of the U. S. population. To be in the loop regarding Learning Community Meetings, career opportunities and other astounding events, Join our Mailing List!
Learning Community Meetings
The Learning Community is an informal environment where students from varying disciplines can gather, share their research in a 10-minute presentation, or discover that their graduate toils are not unusual. Those in attendance are privy to information regarding fellowships, career opportunities, even summer internships, pertaining to the group. Faculty and assistant deans of The Graduate School are often spotted in the meetings, always receptive to questions and innovative suggestions. Food will be provided! Check out our new locations and dates for 2018-2019. To sign-up to give a presentation, click here: bit.ly/29BH1Yk
AGEP Public Forum
The MSU AGEP Program will be hosting a public forum on Friday September 14, 2018 at 4pm at Chittenden Hall in room 110, featuring Dr. Rita Fields (University of Michigan-Flint) to discuss “Social Unrest and Underground Economy”. To RSVP (by Wed 09/12), visit this link http://bit.ly/18AGEPPublic. Click here for the Public Forum event flyer.
Michigan AGEP Alliance Fall Conference
The Michigan AGEP Alliance Fall Conference September 15, 2018, features interactive tracks that explore different stages of the Ph.D. journey and faculty career development including starting with applying into graduate school. This activity is most appropriate for undergraduate students nearing the graduate school application process, graduate students at all levels of their respective programs and faculty looking to advance their mentoring skills. New this year, the conference will have 1st, 2nd, and 3rd cash prizes for the best presenters (oral and poster) for the undergraduate and graduate student/post-doc divisions.
The purpose of this peer-reviewed scholarly publication is to highlight rigorous, and innovative scholarly research conducted by members of the Michigan State University AGEP community.
Check the additional funding through The National Science Foundation (NSF) Directorate for Mathematical and Physical Sciences (MPS).
Take a journey down memory lane with our recent press releases.
Look through our postings on YouTube and see what our members have been saying about AGEP.