Enrichment fellow works on creating sound public policy through economics
Andalib Mushtari has always been interested in building and implementing effective public policy. In this conversation, he talks about what graduate education has taught him, the importance of being a dynamic economist and how he relaxes before a new week of study.
Hispanic Heritage Student Spotlight – Alejandra Sandoval-Martinez
In this conversation, PhD student Alejandra Sandoval-Martinez discusses representation in academia as a Latinx woman, addressing healthcare disparities and the importance of mentorship in higher education.
Hispanic Heritage Month Student Spotlight – Daniel Jose Sanchez
In this conversation, Daniel Jose Sanchez talks about human development research, the importance of exploring new opportunities and ways to de-stress as a master’s student.
Hispanic Heritage Month Student Spotlight - Autumn Pauley
In this Q&A, first-year Global Health student Autumn Pauley details her work as a research assistant with a Mexican and Filipino background, the importance of mental health and future career plans.
Beyond research and methodology: Outstanding Faculty Mentor Awards recipient explores the holistic side of graduate mentorship
The Outstanding Faculty Mentor Awards recognizes faculty for their contributions to mentorship! In this Q&A, we speak to Anthony Peguero, a professor of sociology and criminology at the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics and School of Criminology and Criminal Justice. He discusses representation, giving back to the community and the tenants of his mentorship philosophy.
Outstanding Faculty Mentor Awards honoree on how collaboration in mentorship is essential to community-building
At the 36th annual Outstanding Faculty Mentor Awards faculty were honored for their contributions in mentorship. In this Q&A we speak to Jada Ach, an assistant teaching professor at the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts. In this conversation, she discusses lessons learned from working in writing centers, creating 'experimental space' for students and mentorship as a centerpiece to community-building.
The crucial impact of representation and why soul work moves mountains
This month, we highlight Presidential Scholar, Crestcencia Ortiz-Barnett! This sixth-year PhD and second-year MFA student discusses her passion for theater, creating opportunities for problem-solvers and the importance of prioritizing mental health.
Outstanding Faculty Mentor Awards honoree strives to give voice to the voiceless
The 36th annual Outstanding Faculty Mentor Awards honored faculty for their contributions in mentorship. In this Q&A we speak to Adela Grando, PhD, an OFMA winner from the College of Health Solutions. In this conversation, she discusses entering STEM as a first-generation Latina woman, her passion for mentorship and encouraging students to use their voices.
OFMA honorees awarded for their impact on student mentorship
The Graduate College at Arizona State University broadcasted the 36th annual Outstanding Faculty Mentor Awards from Old Main on the Tempe campus last month. The live-streamed event recording is available now.
Funding Spotlight: Joshua Daymude — From ARCS award recipient to ASU faculty
For this Funding Spotlight, we spoke to ARCS Foundation recipient Joshua Daymude! This new ASU professor works in the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence with a joint appointment in the Biodesign Center for Biocomputing, Security and Society. In this Q&A, he talks about theoretical computing science, learning about algorithms and the importance of support in and outside of academia.
Funding Spotlight: Jordan Glass, ARCS recipient
This month, we highlight ARCS recipient Joshua Glass, a fourth-year biology major in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. In this Q&A, we learn more about his dissertation, and funding as a graduate student.
Student Funding Spotlight: Tripke Travel Grant
This month, we highlight Tripke Travel Grant recipient Mirtha Garcia, a fourth-year doctoral candidate in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences who has had a lifelong passion for sociocultural anthropology.
Embrace the process: Developing competitive applications for fellowships and grants
Wouldn’t we all want three easy steps that tell us how to instantly land fellowships or grants? We may not have a magical formula, but we do have advice on how to make the application the best it can be.