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Archive of Dr. Doug Hearrington's Talk

In September, we hosted our first in a series of online talks for graduate students interested in technology for teaching and learning. Our guest speaker was Dr. 39 more words

Graduate Students

Welter, now in the hands of graduate students

On Dec. 18, UB’s student-run literary journal, Welter, will throw a release party in the Bogolmolny Room. Every release party is different, year to year, just as the content and the journal’s appearance vary. 507 more words

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Master of Arts in European Union Studies- Apply now!

Master of Arts in European Union Studies- Apply now!

The European Union Center (EUC) at the University of Illinois offers the only Master of Arts in European Union Studies (MAEUS) program in the United States. 208 more words


HAPS Web 12- Travel Award Applications DUE Monday 12/1!

If you’re looking for financial assistance in getting to San Antonio in May, HAPS has your back.  There are four awards available to help you make it happen. 200 more words

Professional Development

Graduate Student Workshop | Representing Slavery

William Hogarth, Portrait of a Family (New Haven: Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection). An interactive site includes images, a timeline of events, and audio commentaries on a selection of works included in the exhibition. 602 more words
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Texas Tech at the 2014 NCFR Conference

This year’s National Council on Family Relations conference was held in Baltimore, Maryland this past weekend, with the headquarters hotel just a baseball throw away from the Orioles’ Camden Yards ballpark. 218 more words


Thinking Through Dissertation Survey Questions

Eckerle, Rowan, and Watson say that administrators learn just as much from graduate student administrators as graduate student administrators learn from writing center directors.  (“Tale of a Position Statement” 47).   414 more words