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Professional Development and Events
Grad15 Webinar Series
By Zachary Reeves-Blurton on October 20, 2020

As October marks the midpoint of the fall semester, many graduate students have begun to feel mid-semester fatigue set in.

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Student Voices
ASU students chat in a circle
By Zachary Reeves-Burton on September 8, 2020

If you’re a graduate student looking to connect and create community around common identities and interests, join a mentoring circle!

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Professional Development and Events
By Zach Reeves-Burton on August 24, 2020

As we prepare for another semester, the Graduate College's Student Support Resources team paired up with the Center for Mindfulness, Compassion and Resilience to deliver programming about how graduate students can overcome imposter syndrome.

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Dean's Message
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By Dean Alfredo J. Artiles on May 13, 2020

On Monday, more than 5,000 graduate students completed their degrees, many of whom also took part in a first-ever virtual commencement. Whether you graduated this semester or will graduate in the future, your contributions to ASU have been critical to making this semester a success.

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Deadlines and Resources
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By Anikka Abbot on March 19, 2020

ASU’s Center for Mindfulness, Compassion and Resilience is offering the ASU community an hour of contemplation every day from 12:00 noon – 1 p.m. Billed as “Caring and connection in the time of COVID-19,” the sessions are open and free.

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Best Practices
By Zach Reeves-Blurton on January 24, 2020

Graduate school necessarily stretches us. When we strive to achieve experiences, content and context expertise, and professional mastery, we rely on every part of our intellectual, emotional, physical and purposeful self.

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Dean's Message
By Dean Alfredo J. Artiles on January 22, 2020

Welcome back from a well-deserved winter break. For many of you, the new year is an opportunity to make a new commitment to improving your life, whether that means focusing on personal, academic, or professional goals.

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By Anikka Abbot on January 22, 2020

Because of the unique pressures of graduate school, it’s important for grad students to take part in mental health services provided by ASU when they feel they need counseling.

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Best Practices
By Zach Reeves-Blurton on July 1, 2019

Web link: https://graduate.asu.edu/newsletter/best-practices/ten-best-practices-gr...

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