The UW’s Population Health Initiative is offering Graduate Student Conference Travel Awards of up to $1,500 to further students’ academic, research, or professional goals as they strive to become the next generation of leaders in population health. The application period for this round of funding opens on April 10, 2017 and closes on Friday, April 28, 2017.
These awards are open to graduate students on all three campuses who:
- Are currently enrolled in a graduate degree program.
- Have been accepted to present a population health-related paper, poster, or exhibit, or to serve as an invited speaker, at a conference, symposium, or other professional and academic meeting. Students in the arts may request funding for invited performances or installations.
In order to apply, an applicant must be nominated by a faculty member. Once nominated, applicants will receive an email with a link to their portion of the application.
To learn more, please visit www.uw.edu/populationhealth/resources/funding-and-awards/.
As the end of the quarter is coming, you must be busy working on your term papers and projects. Why don’t you share your wonderful work right on our campus? GPSS hosts a conference for UW graduate and professional students on May 6. This conference is to think about what we do and study as graduate and professional students in the changing geopolitical climate. We want this conference to be interdisciplinary by inviting students of all possible fields from humanities to engineering to business. This will be a good chance for you to share your current work and build a conversation with peer graduate and professional students. You don’t need to travel far to have critical and thought-provoking conversations about what our work signifies and how it contributes to today’s society.
An application is truly simple – just submit a proposal in 350 words or less. “Our Work Now: The Critical Role of Graduate and Professional Students in the Post-Election America” is open to any UW graduate and professional students. Our themes are various on purpose so that any student can be part of. They are:
- Business and Trade
- Citizenship and Immigration
- Communication and Information
- Health and Environment
- Policy, Governance, and Activism
- Science and Technology
There are poster sessions and panels where you can have a conversational presentation than a formal paper presentation while you can present your paper in a formal academic style as well.
The due date is Mar. 5 (Sunday). Please check more information about the conference at http://depts.washington.edu/gpss/2017-conference/
GPSS sincerely hopes that all of you join this conference to share your work with other UW grad and professional students across disciplines and programs. PLEASE apply IMMEDIATELY!
Date & Time: Tuesday, October 25, 2016, 11:30am – 1:00pm
Location: HUB 250
Name: Communication Skills for International Graduate Students
Free refreshments provided!
Join us for a lively and informative workshop!
• Learn about cultural differences and communication styles
• Discuss communication skills – in and out of the classroom
• Practice tips for effective communication and networking skills
• Develop strategies for real world communication situations in academic, professional and social settings
Both facilitators have combined professional backgrounds in working with English-as-Second-Language students, public speaking, workshop facilitation, and teaching.
The event is co-sponsored by Core Programs at the Graduate School, GPSS, and FIUTS.
If you have questions regarding the workshop, please contact Ziyan Bai at email@example.com
The Evans School Review is a student-run academic journal at the Evans School of Public Policy & Governance that is soliciting submissions for this year’s journal and have noted they “would love to have Information School graduate students submit.”
*Submissions deadline: March 11*