The Graduate Colloquium was established in Spring 2019 as a monthly departmental event. The event gives Master and PhD students the opportunity to present a research project at any stage of development, be it the first ideas and plans, a full-fledged proposal, a conference presentation (planned or already held), or a final paper from a graduate class formulating original ideas.
Assistantships, Awards, and Scholarships
Looking for help in supporting the expenses of your graduate education? Click below for more information about departmental and university assistantships, and descriptions and application details regarding two endowed awards, the Mike Arons Scholarship and the Jim Thomas Scholarship.
Feel free to browse the Scholarship Portal for additional scholarships you may qualify for!
M.A. Student Resources
Are you looking for a course overload form, class waitlist link, travel reimbursement form, or instructions and forms related to independent studies? Are you looking for guidelines on doing a thesis, or on preparing for the exit exam? Browse here for all…