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UT’s Parking & Transit Services recently announced some important details about getting around campus during the week of finals and commencement that could impact graduate students.


We hope to see all of our Fall 2021 graduating students at the Graduate Hooding Ceremony on Thursday, December 9th at Thompson-Boling Arena. The ceremony will begin at 4:30 p.m.


We are proud to announce our Fall 2021 Commencement speaker, Bikash Bogati!


The Thornton Center is looking to recruit graduate students to serve as academic mentors for their student-athletes during the spring 2022 semester in the Thornton Center.


In honor of International Education Week, Dixie L. Thompson, Dean of the Graduate School, is inviting graduate students to stop in for Cookies with the Dean on Thursday, November 18.


In an effort to help students learn more about the resources available to them at the Graduate School, we are highlighting some of the staff who work closely with students, from admission to graduation.


The Office of Research, Innovation, and Economic Development is hosting a Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) workshop for graduate students titled “Becoming Effective Communicators and Mentors.”


The Office of Title IX is hosting a series of VOLS ACTive Bystander trainings during Fall 2021, and the last training of the semester for graduate students will take place on November 16th.


ComSciCon-Atlanta 2022 is a free online workshop geared towards helping graduate students in STEM across the Southeastern United States build their science communication skills.


The Department of Religious Studies has announced their Graduate Certificate in Religious Studies, offering graduate students concurrently enrolled in a master’s or doctoral program the opportunity to study religion from an academic perspective.