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Student Impact
By Tracy Viselli on August 30, 2021

In 2020, we were witnesses and participants in profound discussions of justice, equity, diversity and inclusion.

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Student Impact
Mara Lopez
By Jenna Nabors on August 30, 2021

Mara Lopez graduated from her undergraduate program without being taught how to write a resume or cover letter. Now, as a doctoral student, she wants to devote her career to make sure underrepresented

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Best Practices
By Keith Chandler on May 25, 2021

The Graduate College kicked off the 2021 Building Networked Communities Summer Workshop series with a webinar focused on creating student-centered, antiracist approaches to graduate program handbooks. 

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Student Impact
By Emily Carman on March 23, 2021

Niveditha Muthukrishnan traveled to ASU all the way from Chennai, the capital city of Tamil Nadu in India to pursue her PhD for three reasons. 

For one, you can’t beat the weather in Arizona. 

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Best Practices
By Amanda Athey on March 11, 2021

Diversity statements aren’t just for organizations or for faculty job postings. Many law schools and some graduate programs may ask applicants to provide a short statement about their personal background and potential contributions to the school or program.  

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Awards and Funding Opportunities
By Emily Carman on February 16, 2021

Applications are now open for the Graduate College’s new round of Knowledge Mobilization Spotlight Grants. 

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Student Impact
Katreena Thomas
By Emily Carman on January 5, 2021

Being an engineer has always made sense for Katreena Thomas. She has always been good at math and science, her mother encouraged her to pursue engineering by enrolling her in STEM camps and classes, and she always loved the idea of being a problem solver.  

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By Wiley Larsen on October 6, 2020

In response to events surrounding the deaths of George Floyd and Breanna Taylor, ASU President Michael Crow published a 25-po

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Dean's Message
By Elizabeth Wentz, Enrique Vivoni and Tamara Underiner on September 15, 2020

Over the past several months, the Graduate College has conducted a series of listening sessions with a large and diverse sample of graduate students and faculty communities. These sessions allowed us to observe how diversity aids this generation’s resiliency.

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Professional Development and Events
By Amanda Athey on September 14, 2020
Crafting a Diversity Statement

Many graduate students preparing for career entry understand the importance of a well-crafted teaching philosophy or research statement.

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