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Current News from the Graduate School

Graduate Assistantship in New Student Orientation - The Office of New Student Orientation is looking for a graduate assistant to help prepare new students for their Volunteer experience.
Graduate Assistantship in Undergraduate Research and Fellowships - Undergraduate Research & Fellowships is looking for a graduate assistant to assist with their support for undergraduate researchers.
Spring 2023 Student Faculty Research Awards - The Student Faculty Research Awards are used to advance the scholarship of graduate students and faculty working in partnership. Read some of the proposal summaries of the student/faculty pairs who were selected to receive the awards this spring.
GRA Position in the Office of Title IX - The Office of Title IX at UT invites applicants for a Graduate Assistant who will assist with student support and special projects.
Graduate Assistantship in Comparative and Experimental Medicine - The Comparative and Experimental Medicine program is looking for a veterinarian graduate research assistant interested in pursuing a PhD.
Upward Bound Programs Seeks Instructors - The Upward Bound programs at UT are currently looking for qualified instructors to teach this summer from June 12-July 7.
Getting Unstuck: Intro to Ombuds’ Services - In this interactive session on May 3 from 1:00–2:00 p.m., participants will be introduced to a range of free services from the Office of Ombuds Services.
Graduate Hooding Ceremony Featured Speaker Amie Sankoh - Our featured speaker for the Spring 2023 Graduate Hooding Ceremony, Amie Fornah Sankoh, is receiving her PhD from the Department of Biochemistry & Cellular and Molecular Biology.

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