Quote of the Week
“Work hard, stay positive, and get up early. It’s the best part of the day.” – George Allen, Sr.
Graduate Level Humor
Attention Faculty: Apply Now for an Organized Research Grant
Organized research grants (ORG) are competitively awarded to faculty to provide seed money for research program establishment or expansion. Organized research grant (ORG) projects must focus on faculty research, scholarship, or creative works. They are not intended for the maintenance or continuation of on-going projects or to provide funding for graduate thesis or dissertation activities. Due to the funding source supporting such activities, project awards are limited to a period of one year. Find submission forms online, or email Dr. Roger Wittie with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Provost’s Diversity Speaker
Professor Albert Thompson will be the speaker for the upcoming annual Provost’s Diversity Speaker event! Professor Albert Thompson from Spellman College will be speaking on the topic of “Minority Women in the Sciences.” This event is free and open to the public, and will be held on Tuesday, February 14th, at 7:30 p.m. in Nursing 107.
Mark your calendars for our first Financial Awareness Workshop of 2017! This workshop is hosted by COGS and Financial Aid, and will be held at the Fort Worth campus on February 16th at 10 a.m. Current and prospective graduate students are invited to attend and learn more about budgeting, money tips, and paying for graduate school. Register and learn more about the event here! (Did we mention that prizes will be awarded?!)
Know someone who is interested in learning more about Tarleton’s TMATE program? Encourage them to attend the upcoming information session at the Fort Worth campus on Monday, Feb. 13th. More information is available here.