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As part of Graduate Student Appreciation Week, February 20, 2019 has been designated as Research Day! All graduate students are welcome to participate in the poster session. Students will present their research while developing professional presentation and communication skills.
Students, faculty and staff are welcome to attend the poster session and view posters of the research projects that students are currently working on in various disciplines. This is an opportunity for students to disseminate their research and receive feedback while engaging with colleagues.
A workshop will be available for those who need guidance with their poster planning and development.
Consistent with the Graduate School strategic plan, the Graduate School will continue to raise awareness of the very important work our graduate students do on campus by offering an annual Graduate Student Teaching Excellence Award. The purpose of the award is to encourage and reward excellence in teaching to teaching assistants who embody the mission and vision of Marquette University by reaching beyond traditional academic boundaries and embracing new and engaging methods of teaching, learning, research and service in an inclusive environment that supports all members in reaching their fullest potential.
Applications are now being accepted for the Graduate Student Teaching Excellence Award in the categories of Instructor of Record and Non-Instructor of Record. Interested students may apply for nomination for one of the categories by submitting the application requirements by January 18, 2019, by 11:59 p.m. (CST) to the Director of Graduate Studies for his/her program.
The award recipients will receive $350 and a certificate of recognition. The recipients will be announced at the Three Minute Thesis Competition on February 22, 2019, in the Weasler Auditorium, 4:00-5:30 p.m.
Three Minute Thesis Competition
February 22, 2019
Join Marquette University Graduate School for its annual Three Minute Thesis competition. Watch graduate students compete and present their research in three minutes or less using one slide and with no animation. See who will walk away with the coveted prize of $1,000. Be there to vote for the People's Choice. Graduate students planning to enter the competition should register as soon as possible to reserve their spot.
Graduate Student Appreciation Week
February 18-22, 2019
Join us as we kick off our second annual Graduate Student Appreciation Week. Connect with fellow graduate students and take part in the many activities scheduled. After a long week, unwind at the GSO Happy Hour. More information to follow in late 2018.