Grad 15: Nutrition Tips – A Recipe for Success in Graduate Studies

Here are some tips for living a healthy lifestyle in the fast-paced world of academia!

Meet our panelists: Profiling the experts in humanitarianism, sustainability and food access

The Graduate College Distinguished Lecture is around the corner! Get to know our moderator and three guest panelists who will bring their passionate expertise to this compelling talk.

Building Networked Communities Summer Series gives support staff new tools for student retention and recruitment

Watch the recent Building Networked Communities Summer Series webinars, designed to provide ASU support staff, program chairs and directors with important updates and useful tips!

ASU Graduate College announces 2023 Staff Awards for Excellence recipients

Four staff members were honored with 2023 Graduate College Staff Awards for Excellence by the Graduate College at Arizona State University on Thursday, May 18.

Scholar recognizes the importance of time and community when building connections

In this Q&A, we highlight Preparing Future Faculty and Scholars (PFx) program attendee Jamal Brooks-Hawkins, a third-year Gender Studies PhD student specializing in Black, sexual and gender minorities in the African diaspora. In this interview, he discusses spending your time wisely, investing in community and the importance of better public health discourse.

Presidential scholar strives to create identity safety cues in healthcare research

Introducing Kadeeja Murrell, a Presidential Research Scholar whose work centers on Black maternal mortality. In this Q&A, she discusses following your aspirations over anything else, creating identity safety cues and the importance of community bonding.

PFx scholar encourages framing Humanities research as a discovery instead of a problem

This month, we highlight Preparing Future Faculty and Scholars (PFx) program attendee, Isobel-Marie Johnston, an educator specializing in Jewish mikvah immersion. In this interview, she discusses rituals, special cultural practices and reframing research queries as discoveries instead of problems.

Etiquette pointers and best practices for graduate students and postdocs

Graduate students and postdocs learned helpful tips from an etiquette coach to be prepared for lunch, dinners and happy hours in a professional setting.

Preparing Future Faculty scholar explains how intricate neural processes are key to decision-making

This month, we highlight Preparing Future Faculty and Scholars (PFx) program attendee, Archana Shashidhar Mysore, a PhD student majoring in biomedical engineering. She is also a graduate research associate in the School of Biological and Health System Engineering.

Humanities scholar explores the intersections of religion, capitalism and tech

This month, we highlight Preparing Future Faculty and Scholars (PFx) program attendee, Mario Orospe Hernandez, a Ph.D. candidate in Religious Studies. In this interview he talks about why it’s important to pursue your passions and the real-world applications of philosophical studies.

Presidential scholar uncovers heating and weather-hazard inequities in the Valley

This month, we highlight Aaron Flores, a Presidential Postdoctoral Research Scholar whose work centers on environmental justice with a focus on extreme heat conditions. In this Q&A, he talks about weather-related hazards and disasters and the corresponding disparities amongst specific groups.

Disaster mitigation is a collaborative effort

This month, we highlight Presidential Scholar, Emmanuel Salifu, a dual PhD whose work focuses on Agricultural Engineering and climate change. In this Q&A, he talks about his interdisciplinary approach to multi-faceted environmental challenges.

Key elements of time management for graduate students

It is no secret that graduate students may need tips for managing their time — if students can practice effective time management now, they will ca

2023 Graduate College Town Hall

The Graduate Student Town Hall is on 2/7 at 4:30 p.m. on Zoom! We’ll be talking about well-being: how to be comfortable, healthy, and happy. Our panel of ASU professionals will answer your questions at the event. Registration is open through February 7.

Learning how to teach the next generation of journalists

This month, we highlight Preparing Future Faculty and Scholars (PFx) program attendee, Kris Vera Phillips, an instructor and a Ph.D. student at the Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University. She is also an Emmy Award-winning journalist with more than 14 years of experience producing news shows and special projects.

San Diego State provost visits ASU, offers career-building tips to future professoriate

Salvador Hector Ochoa, provost of San Diego State University, visited Arizona State University as the Graduate College Distinguished Lecture keynote speaker.

Pride Month: Events happening around Arizona

Pride Month, celebrated during the month of June brings rainbow flags, glitter and festivities all across the g

Outstanding Faculty Mentor Awardees reflect on mentorship

The Graduate College honored four ASU graduate professors at the 35th annual Outstanding Faculty Mentor Awards

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

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

ASU commemorates Native American Heritage Month

November is Native American Heritage Month.

Meet ASU’s first-ever cohort of presidential scholars

The Graduate College is pleased to welcome the inaugural cohort of Presidential Postdoctoral Fellows and Presidential Graduate Assistants to ASU. 

Free membership to the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning Network

ASU has joined the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning as a member institution.

Join a Postdoc Writing Group

Do you have trouble getting motivated to write? Or maybe you’re just so busy in the lab that you feel like you don’t have time? Writing groups can be a great way to get motivated and set aside time for writing!

The ASU Postdoctoral Affairs Office launched a writing group back in February and it has met every Thursday since.  

Writing group participants have worked on a variety of projects—from grant applications to scientific articles, to presentations.