Professional Development and Events
Hayden Library book stacks
By Rachel Miserlian on February 10, 2020

ASU Library is offering a full slate of workshops for graduate students and other interested students, faculty, and staff this semester.

Best Practices
By Rachel Miserlian on February 10, 2020

The Fulbright U.S. Student Program offers research, study and teaching opportunities in over 140 countries to recent graduates and graduate students. ASU’s Office of National Scholarship Advisement is the first point of contact for graduate student Fulbright applicants.

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Deadlines and Resources
novel coronavirus information
By Tracy Viselli on February 3, 2020

The ASU Health Services website is Arizona State University’s official source of information about the Novel Coronavirus, the current exposures at ASU and important tips and precautions you can take to stay healthy.

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Awards and Funding Opportunities
Taness Call
By Tyler Dunn on February 3, 2020

With a record number of Americans reporting mental distress and depression, an Arizona State University PhD candidate and ARCS Scholar hopes her research might one day lead to new treatme

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Best Practices
Posted on January 31, 2020

The Interactive Plan of Study (iPOS) allows graduate students to plan and navigate their degree program through graduation, including the selection of their committee.

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Posted on January 31, 2020
What is an IADP? Arizona State University (ASU) works with leading internationa
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Awards and Funding Opportunities
Graduate College Faculty Fellows Call for Applications
By Tamara Underiner on January 27, 2020

The Graduate College is accepting applications for the 2020-21 Graduate College Fellows Program. The purpose of this initiative is to foster interdisciplinary curriculum innovations in graduate education that will benefit graduate students across Arizona State University.

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Best Practices
By Rachel Miserlian on January 27, 2020
Do’s and don’ts of mentoring

To be a strong mentor and lead intentional conversations with your mentee, you may take on many roles: teacher, consultant, sounding board, confidant, role model, devil’s advocate, or coach.

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Best Practices
By Rachel Miserlian on January 27, 2020

Graduate school is designed to challenge and expose students to multiple perspectives. It can represent a paradigm shift for many new students acclimating to new programs, departments, and communities.

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Best Practices
By Rachel Miserlian on January 24, 2020

Graduate school necessarily stretches us. When we strive to achieve experiences, content and context expertise, and professional mastery, we rely on every part of our intellectual, emotional, physical and purposeful self.

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