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Current News from the Graduate School

Part-Time Opportunities at Thornton Athletics - The Thornton Athletics Student Life Center has part-time position opportunities for spring 2023.
Research for Intelligence & Security Challenges (RISC) Internship Program - The Applied Research Laboratory for Intelligence and Security seeks outstanding graduate students for the virtual Research for Intelligence & Security Challenges Initiative internship program.
Global Peace Vigil - The Center for Global Engagement, the Graduate School and the Dean of Students are hosting a candlelight vigil for students, faculty, and staff to convene as a community.
Innovative Teaching & Learning Conference Proposals - Teaching and Learning Innovation (TLI) invites proposals for its Innovative Teaching and Learning Conference which will be held virtually on March 23, 2023.
CAORC Multi-Country Research Fellowship - The Council of American Overseas Research Centers is currently accepting applications for the Multi-Country Research Fellowship with a deadline of December 8, 2022.
Workshop on Instructor Presence in Online Classes - On Friday from noon to 1pm, the Office of Online Learning and Academic Programs will host "Strategies for Creating a Strong Instructor Presence in Asynchronous Classes."
Graduate Assistantship in CAFSP - The Center for Agriculture and Food Security and Preparedness (CAFSP) is looking for a graduate assistant for a CDC-funded project.
Laughing Matters: What Can Scientists Learn from Comedy? - On Friday November 4, you are invited to a conversation about science communication (and a bit of standup) with comedian and science communicator Shane Mauss.

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