The Alliance of Graduate Students for Diversity is inviting you to our Courageous Conversations on Friday, April 13th from 2 to 3:30pm, at the Graduate Student Center, Susan Campbell Hall.
Courageous Conversations is a series of cross-cultural dialogues for graduate students and allies. We aim to create a safe and confidential space to discuss our experiences on campus.
The topic for this Conversation will be on the Graduate Student Survey. Why does the Graduate School survey all graduate students about their experiences every three years? What happens with the data? How can the voices of students about campus climate and diversity be heard? In this conversation, Sandi Morgen, Vice Provost for Graduate Studies and Associate Dean of the Graduate School, will provide us with answers to these questions and more! She will lead us in a discussion on how the survey can better serve the needs of all graduate students. Please join us. Refreshments will be served. All are welcome!
Graduate Research Opportunities Event Wednesday, November 16, 12pm- 1pm, Gerlinger Lounge
Alliance Presentation at the Oregon Diversity Institute Thursday, November 3, 2:00pm – 3:30pm, EMU
The Graduate School is sponsoring an exclusive UO campus screening of the film on Thursday, November 10th, in PLC Room 180. Doors will open at 6:45 p.m., and the movie screens from 7:00-8:30 p.m. The learn more about The PHD Movie–and reserve your FREE ticket. Seats are still availible, but seating is limited.
Graduate Student Research Forum: Call For Submissions Is Now Open
Mon, October 24, 3:44 pm
*Call For Submissions*
Research Matters: The Third Annual University of Oregon Graduate Student Research Forum
February 10, 2012 / 9 am – 6 pm @ EMU
Don’t delay! The deadline to submit your proposal to present at this year’s forum is Monday, November 7, 2011.
Student Lunch meeting to discuss the new Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence
Please join us for an open discussion about the expansion of services to students served by OMAS and other multicultural programs at UO. The evolving project — called the Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence — will be explained and your questions will be answered by Vice President for Student Affairs Robin Holmes and the Center directors, Audrey Cramer, Jane Irungu and Chicora Martin.
The forum will be held Thursday, November 3rd at Noon in the Fir Room. Lunch will be served — it is free and open to all.