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Dean's Message
By Elizabeth Wentz on October 12, 2020

Yesterday, October 12, was Indigenous People’s Day. In the 1970s, several U.S. states began to recognize the systemic inequities that resulted from the conquest of the North American continent by recognizing indigenous People’s Day as a counter-celebration of Columbus Day.

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Professional Development and Events
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By Amanda Athey on October 6, 2020

If you’re a doctoral student preparing for a career after graduation, there are a number of workplace issues graduate school may not have prepared you for, like dealing with microaggressions, bias and/or discrimination or the lack of a supportive community. 

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Professional Development and Events
By Amanda Athey on September 14, 2020
Grad15 Summary: 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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Dean's Message
By Elizabeth Wentz on July 7, 2020

The time you spend during graduate school can be some of the most rewarding as well as the most challenging times in your life. It is an opportunity to create lifelong friendships and learn skills that translate into a strong career.

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