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Registration open for Summer Graduate Writing Camps

University Academic Success Programs is hosting two summer graduate writing camps in June for Arizona State University enrolled graduate students. 

Sitting on both sides of the table: Tips for combating job interview stress

The end of the school year is approaching. Sure, there’s excitement in the air, but endings can also bring uncertainty and insecurity. This is especially true when it comes to a top end-of-year stressor—the job application process. 

ASU students earn Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning Associate-level Certifications

Six students have been awarded Associate-level Certifications from the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning Network.

PhD candidate draws on Arizona upbringing to tell Latinx and Indigenous stories

On an early Sunday morning, Oscar Mancinas sits at his desk working on his next book. For him, writing is a process that can take place over the course of a week, month or even several years.

Commemorating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month at ASU

Every April, ASU celebrates Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. This month honors the history, heritage, achievements and contributions of Asian and Pacific Islanders in the U.S.

Graduate College annual event celebrates scholars and their contributions to ASU

On March 31, the Graduate College hosted its annual “Celebrating Excellence” event to recognize the success of students who are a recipient of one or more awards funded or administered by the Graduate College in

Student Advisory Group improves graduate student experience at ASU

The Graduate College Student Advisory Group, established in the fall of 2020, is a 12-student committee that is tasked with addressing the graduate climate at ASU.

Resilience can turn setbacks into opportunities

You’re all familiar with the expression “when one door closes another door opens” and in honor of women’s history month, I want to share with you one such story.

How to format and submit your thesis or dissertation

A thesis or dissertation is the culmination of your scholarly work in graduate school submitted as a written document.

Outstanding Faculty Mentor Awardees reflect on mentorship

The Graduate College honored four ASU graduate professors at the 35th annual Outstanding Faculty Mentor Awards on Feb. 28, 2022.

Honoring Arizona women who have provided healing and promoted health

Every March, the U.S. celebrates Women’s History Month to honor women’s contributions to history, culture and society.

Highlights from the 2022 Graduate College town hall event

On Feb. 17, the Graduate College hosted its third annual Graduate Student Town Hall to address the most pressing concerns facing Arizona State University’s graduate students.

Congratulations to the 2021-22 Outstanding Faculty Mentors

The Graduate College will honor four ASU graduate professors at the 35th annual Outstanding Faculty Mentor Awards on Feb. 28, 2022.

Learning how to say the right thing at the right time

Once upon a time—a long time ago—I was sitting among some friends and acquaintances when  a heated discussion around race and antisemitism broke out.

Honoring Black medical practitioners, health innovators and scholars this Black History Month

ASU Black History Month Pop Culture Corner

The Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention Program in celebrating Black History Month at a special Pop Culture Corner on Tuesday, February 15 from 5

Setting goals for success in the new year

At the beginning of each new year, we hear a lot about New Year’s resolutions in the media – mostly about how often we fail to keep them. The reasons?

Victoria Barbosa turns first generation experience into success for others

For Victoria Barbosa, navigating college as a first-generation student was daunting. 

Student Funding Spotlight with Esther Pretti: Enrichment Fellowship

The Graduate College Enrichment Fellowship, formerly the Interdisciplinary Enrichment Fellowship is currently open for nominations of outstanding incoming graduate students.

Commencement remarks by ASU GPSA President Nicole Mayberry fall 2021

Remarks delivered by GPSA President Nicole Mayberry at the fall 2021 Commencement ceremony on December 11, 2021 and published here with her permission.

Ending the year with reflection and gratitude

Like many of you, this is the time of year when I take time for reflection and gratitude.

Don’t miss these upcoming Graduate College funding deadlines

Each year the Graduate College provides funding to graduate students and degree programs across all academic disciplines through fellowships, grants, and awards for a variety of academic and professional d

Five questions with postdoc Eduardo Domingos da Silva Freitas

1. Tell us a little about yourself.

I was born and grew up in the state of Paraíba, located in the northeastern portion of Brazil. That's where I got my undergraduate degree in physical education from UNIPÊ in 2011.

Postdoc ideas change the world: Dr. Sally Morton speaks during Postdoc Appreciation Week

ASU’s Executive Vice President for the Knowledge Enterprise Dr. Sally C. Morton was the guest speaker at the annual Postdoc Appreciation Breakfast on September 21, 2021.