Registration Update

It’s that time of year again; Winter’s almost over and we all find ourselves thinking ahead to future plans. So, the subject of registering for classes couldn’t be discussed at a more appropriate time.  Starting today, all graduate degree-seeking students who are currently enrolled in classes can start enrolling in Maymester and Summer classes via…

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H1N1 Influenza Vaccine Update

Student Health Services has announced another H1N1 Live Nasal Spray Clinic. If you qualify for the Live Nasal Spray Vaccine, it would be an excellent time to take advantage of this opportunity before the holiday travel season is in full swing. Here are the details: Students & Colleagues, We will be administering  H1N1 live nasal…

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Dean McCandless Goes to Oxford

From time to time, we like to keep you updated on the excellent scholarly work in which our faculty, staff, and students engage. Here in the Graduate School Office, we are proud to report that Dean Amy Thompson McCandless participated recently in a presentation of her paper at the Oxford University Roundtable on the topic…

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Friday Grad School Mashup

While expanding our social network, we’ve come across a new website exclusively for graduate student networking and information sharing.  GradShare is a platform that allows graduate students to ask and answers questions related to research, teaching and career development. I spent a little bit of time on GradShare this morning, and explored the questions regarding…

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ANOTHER Degree!? Now offering a Master of Education in Teaching, Learning & Advocacy.

Master of Education in Teaching, Learning and Advocacy Now accepting applications for non-degree status for Summer 2009 classes We are incredibly excited to announce the addition of our 18th master’s degree program!  The School of Education, Health and Human Performance now offers a Master of Education in Teaching, Learning and Advocacy. This program is for…

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Who’s talking about you?

I admit I don’t scan the blogs as often as I should (like daily), but I came across a post this morning that made me smile.  Bob Johnson, a consultant for higher ed marketing, used our Twitter account as an example in his March 4 post. It’s been interesting to learn what Twitter offers.  I’ll…

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