#Graduate School

Picher, OKHarvard Health

Graduate School of Design studio investigates “120 years of environmental injustice” in Oklahoma

From an airplane or satellite, Picher, Oklahoma, appears as an anomaly in the endless green grid of agricultural land at the center of the United States. Huge irregular gray blots and dark pools interrupt the geometric precision of roads, and the colorful smear of Tar Creek runs diagonally through the town. Abandoned a decade ago — like its neighbors Cardin and Douthat, Oklahoma, and Treece, Kansas — Picher reveals a legacy of environmental indifference and staggering injustice.
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How to Know if Law School Is Right for You

Law school is a large investment. Whether that’s an investment in time, money, or both, it can be scary to figure out if this is the next step you should be taking in your career. Thankfully, there are some questions you can ask yourself to determine if law school makes sense for you, whether that’s now or in the future!
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Phoenix, AZgcu.edu

GCU Anatomy students collaborate with grad school

Dr. Letha Zook, Chair of the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at Franklin Pierce University, could almost hear it: the sound of gears turning in her students’ heads as they stared in wonder at the human brain in Grand Canyon University’s Cadaver Dissection Lab. Nearby, a GCU Mastering Anatomy Program...
Charlotte, NCuncc.edu

Graduate Life Fellows ready to welcome graduate students to UNC Charlotte

The seven graduate students appointed by the Center for Graduate Life to serve as this year’s Graduate Life Fellows are a unique group of individuals. They come from diverse backgrounds and academic disciplines. Most importantly, they share a passion for UNC Charlotte and are excited to welcome new and returning graduate students to campus, in-person, for the 2021-22 academic year. Get to know these researchers, graduate leaders, peer mentors and activity coordinators.
Career Development & AdviceThrive Global

Helen Horyza of Career Coach Entrepreneur Academy: “Communicate to the Needs of Others”

Communicate to the Needs of Others: A keen awareness of your own communication preferences and a deeply studied understanding of how other people communicate allows you to be relevant, persuasive and connected. Under pressure, in turbulent times, it easy to assume that other people need what you need. Situational, customized communication that taps into the needs of your team and your customers makes you much more effective.
Pennsauken Township, NJallaroundpennsauken.com

Something Special’s Going On In Pennsauken Public Schools

By Dr. Ronnie Tarchichi, MEd2., M.S., M.B.S., M.A.2, Ed.D., Ph.D., Superintendent, Pennsauken Public Schools. We are soon approaching the start of the 2021-2022 school year. We look forward to seeing all of our students back to school this fall; and I assure you that this will be a fun and exceptional school year for our children. We are taking every step to make certain the start of the school year is safe, while ensuring that students have every academic and extra-curricular opportunity they would have any other year.

Graduate Assistants Urge UGA to Drop Fees

Dear President Morehead, Provost Hu, Vice Provost Walcott and Vice President Nesbit,. Over the past two years, members of the Graduate Student Association (GSA) and the UGA Graduate Committee of the United Campus Workers of Georgia (UCWGA) have worked persistently to eliminate the Special Institutional Fee (SIF) to improve the graduate workers’ precarious financial situation.
Alabama Statedsmithimages.com

Alabama Graduation Portraits | Kaitlyn

Summer semester graduation portrait sessions are always a delight to do, especially on the campus of The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama!. I had the pleasure of doing such a session on August 3rd. That is when I got to work with Kaitlyn, a recent graduate with a degree in chemical engineering.
Auburn, ALauburn.edu

Auburn prepares to celebrate summer graduates during commencement weekend

This weekend, Auburn University will celebrate summer 2021 graduates with two days of ceremonies inside Auburn Arena. Graduation weekend events will begin on Friday, Aug. 6, with the commencement address and Graduate School ceremony followed by the undergraduate ceremonies on Saturday, Aug. 7. Open to all graduates and guests, Friday’s...
Carrollton, OHAlliance Review

Carrollton graduate named Ashbrook Scholar

Caleb Cody, a recent graduate of Carrollton High School, has been selected to be an Ashbrook Scholar, according to an announcement by the Ashbrook Center at Ashland University. The top-rated academic progr a.m. includes an annual and renewable scholarship to attend Ashland University. The Ashbrook Scholar Progr a.m. is an...
Auburn, ALauburn.edu

Graduate from Windermere, Florida, selected as student marshal for Auburn University’s summer 2021 commencement

Sports Medicine and Movement Lab - Gretchen Oliver, Ph.D. Abigail Cramer from Windermere, Florida, has been selected as the student marshal for the College of Education in Auburn University’s summer 2021 commencement ceremony, scheduled for Aug. 6-7. Cramer is receiving her Bachelor of Science degree inexercise science and plans to attend medical school and pursue a career in sports medicine after graduation. She made the Dean’s List regularly from 2019-21 and was the recipient of the Mildred Cheshire Fraley Endowed Scholarship, the Dr. Ralph C. Boles and Willie M. Boles Endowed Scholarship and the Sandra Bridges Newkirk Endowed Scholarship.
Visual ArtHarvard Health

The Loeb Fellowship at the Harvard Graduate School of Design announces Class of 2022

Harvard Graduate School of Design’s (GSD) Loeb Fellowship is pleased to announce its Class of 2022, a cohort of 10 innovators who work across fields that engage with the built environment and social outcomes. In addition to marking the program’s 51st class of fellows, the Loeb Fellowship’s 2021-2022 cycle will inaugurate a collaborative fellowship between the Loeb Fellowship and the ArtLab at Harvard University.