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Current News from the Graduate School

Master’s Student in Architecture & Design in the ORIED Spotlight - This month the Office of Research, Innovation & Economic Development is highlighting the work of Amy Loy, a Master's student in the College of Architecture & Design.
Future Faculty Diversity Program at VT - Virginia Tech’s Future Faculty Diversity Program (FFDP) is a rigorous three-day event for doctoral candidates and postdoctoral scholars interested in academic careers.
Conflict of Interest Workshop - A current one-hour virtual course provides graduate students an overall understanding of conflict of interest requirements and the importance of following requirements to ensure research integrity.
Graduate Student Assistant Position in the Haslam Scholars Program - The Haslam Scholars program in the Honors and Scholars Programs Office is seeking to fill a Graduate Student Assistant position with an anticipated start date of August 1, 2021.
Minimum Graduate Assistant Stipends to Rise by 20% - The Graduate School is excited to announce that Chancellor Plowman has authorized the investment of $1M in recurring funds to elevate our minimum graduate assistantship stipend levels by 20%.
Psychology PhD Student Spotlighted by ORE - Abigail DiMercurio, a PhD student in the Department of Psychology, wants to answer questions about how our brains develop and we gain the abilities to walk and talk.
Peace Corps Strategic Campus Recruiter Graduate Assistantship - UT is currently accepting applications for a Peace Corps Strategic Campus Recruiter position. Read more about this position and how to apply.
PhD Student Develops Greener, Faster-Drying Concrete - Debelina Ghosh, a doctoral student in civil engineering at UT, has developed a formula for a faster-drying concrete that emits 62% less carbon than the industry standard.

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