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Ending the year with reflection and gratitude

Like many of you, this is the time of year when I take time for reflection and gratitude.

Don’t miss these upcoming Graduate College funding deadlines

Each year the Graduate College provides funding to graduate students and degree programs across all academic disciplines through fellowships, grants, and awards for a variety of academic and professional d

What’s an individual development plan and why do I need one?

For postdocs who are looking for employment, an IDP can help.

Five questions with postdoc Eduardo Domingos da Silva Freitas

1. Tell us a little about yourself.

I was born and grew up in the state of Paraíba, located in the northeastern portion of Brazil. That's where I got my undergraduate degree in physical education from UNIPÊ in 2011.

Postdoc ideas change the world: Dr. Sally Morton speaks during Postdoc Appreciation Week

ASU’s Executive Vice President for the Knowledge Enterprise Dr. Sally C. Morton was the guest speaker at the annual Postdoc Appreciation Breakfast on September 21, 2021.

Get free membership to The Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning

How does research translate to the classroom? Here in the Postdoc Office, this is something we have been thinking about.  

Apply for travel awards to the National Postdoctoral Association Conference

The National Postdoctoral Association (NPA) is pleased to offer travel awards for postdoctoral scholars to attend the 20th NPA Annual Conference, which will be held at the Palmer

ASU commemorates Native American Heritage Month

November is Native American Heritage Month. During this month, we celebrate the cultures, contributions, histories and traditions of Indigenous people.

It’s a marathon, not a sprint: Four tips for completing graduate school or a triathlon

“This is too hard,” I told myself. “You’re doing it!” yelled someone I didn’t know.

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.

Meet ASU’s first-ever cohort of presidential scholars

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

LGBTQ+ History Month and graduate resources

October is LGBTQ+ History Month. This month commemorates the vast history of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer communities and is centered around National Coming Out Day, which takes place annually Oct. 11. LGBTQ+ History…

ASU Scholars Celebrated by Phoenix Chapter of the ARCS Foundation

At their October 8 Scholar Dinner, the Phoenix Chapter of the Achievement Rewards for College Scientists (ARCS)  Foundation brought together doctoral students from all three of Arizona’s state institutions who received the 2021-2022 ARCS Award as…

The importance of knowing our values

Last month we welcomed you back to a “new normal” school year, reflecting on how resilient we have been during the pandemic. As we’ve gathered back together in real life, we’ve also had more up close and personal opportunities to experience the “…

ASU graduate alumni honor Hispanic heritage through design

To commemorate Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month, three ASU alumni designers collaborated with Los Diablos, the official Latino chapter of ASU Alumni, and ASU communicators to design graphics that reflect the Hispanic and Latinx…

Online Grad Fair provides discounts on graduation packages

No matter where you are when you finally turn your tassel, you should feel proud of your incredible achievement.

PFx Seminar: How to write a diversity statement

Recently, Pardis Mahdavi, Dean of Social Sciences, led a discussion about how to write a diversity statement during a Preparing Future Faculty and Scholars (PFx) seminar. 

How to commemorate Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month at ASU

Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month, which runs from September 15 to October 15, honors the stories and experiences of Chicanx, Latinx and Hispanic cultures. Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month began as  a commemorative week in 1968 and…

Grad15 webinar summary: Unpacking impostor syndrome

As we launch into a new academic year and grapple with the return of ‘normal’ campus life, the Graduate College remains committed to helping new graduate students find the resources they need to thrive.

For this fall’s…

Free membership to New York Academy of Sciences

 Arizona State University recently became an Institutional Member of the New York Academy of Sciences and sponsors free memberships for all interested students, postdocs and faculty. 

The Academy, founded in 1817, has helped scientists,…

Register for upcoming postdoc events

The Graduate College’s Postdoctoral Affairs Office has a variety of upcoming events to help enrich the experiences of postdocs at ASU.

Events vary from in-person to virtual, or oftentimes both. Registration is required for both…

ASU Library Resources for Graduate Students

The ASU Library has a variety of resources with a wealth of information specifically for graduate students. We urge students to take advantage of the library offerings below. 

Academic Support

"Library 501: What Grad…

Register for Upcoming Grad15 Webinars

This fall, the Graduate College will continue hosting the Grab15 webinar series to support graduate students’ professional development and guide them through their academic career and beyond.

All sessions are held via…

Grants recognize work focused on equity, diversity and inclusion

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