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!
AGEP Public Forum
The MSU AGEP Program will be hosting a public forum on Friday October 21, 2016 at 4pm at Brody Hall in Room 134, featuring Dr. Valerie Purdie-Vaughns (Columbia University) to discuss diversity and classroom instruction. This event is co-sponsored by the MSU College of Social Science. To RSVP (by Wed 10/19), visit this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSexdwnVPm1KdRgi8kZsDWiH8Cyvp_Z4pxEtVeRSP3nxs2lOYA/viewform. Click here for the event flyer.
Michigan AGEP Alliance Fall Conference
The Michigan AGEP Alliance Fall Conference October 22, 2016, 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.
AGEP Scholar Award
The AGEP Scholar Award is an annual fellowship that supports research and professional travel and provides access to faculty career and professional development programs both locally and nationally.