The University of Tennessee Department of Plant Sciences (Shekoofa Lab) is seeking an MS candidate to conduct controlled (greenhouse) and field research in Jackson, TN that will be focused on helping to understand the influences of environmental changes, including water deficit and heat stress, on water movement in plants, plant physiological responses to stressors, and plant-water-soil interactions. The successful candidate will be expected to present research findings at regional, national, or international research meetings and publish research results in peer-reviewed scientific journals. Download information on this position.
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If you’re a PhD candidate in a dissertation program planning to graduate summer 2018, be sure you’ve scheduled your defense by the end of today, July 6! Keep up with all the graduation deadlines.
The next meeting of the Graduate Associate Deans will be July 12, 2018 from 2:00–3:30, location to be determined.
Registration is now open for the Summer 2018 Institutional Review Board (IRB) 101 Workshop Series. IRB 101 is an overview of IRB requirements and procedures, and is open to anyone who wishes to learn how to receive human subjects approval for research at the University of Tennessee. If you are doing research, you should probably know what an IRB is, and why it matters to you, so consider attending. There are dates in June and July. For more details about the sessions, visit the Office of Research and Engagement.
If you are an incoming graduate student at UT who has never been enrolled at UT before, even as an undergraduate student, Student Health Services would like you to remember to turn in your immunization records. These records should be submitted to the Immunization Coordinator, Sherri Besancenez. Requirements and instructions for this process can be found at studenthealth.utk.edu/immunization-requirements-forms/.
The Chancellor’s Honors Program (CHP) seeks to hire a graduate student assistant who will assist with program administration and event planning. This position will work closely with the program’s Associate Director and will interact with other university administrators and faculty members on a regular basis. Download more information about the position.
Note: This position has been filled and is no longer accepting applications. The Programs Abroad Office (PAO) is seeking a graduate assistant for the 2018-19 academic year. The PAO manages education abroad mobility for undergraduate and graduate students and works closely with faculty and academic departments on the development of education abroad programming. The graduate assistant will join an office of 7 full-time staff and 6 student workers and will assist with a variety of functions. Download more information about this position.
The next meeting of the Graduate Associate Deans will be June 14, 2018 from 2:00–3:30, location to be determined.