This Week’s Events:
- Ongoing Services – updated 8/22/23
- PLANNING YOUR POSTDOC OR FIRST FACULTY JOB
- IRB 101 AND PROTOCOL WRITING – IRB SERIES (1st of 2)
- NETWORKING AND LINKED IN FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS
- PARENT SUPPORT LUNCH
- CAREER ADVISING DROP IN HOURS IN GLC
- GRADUATE WELLNESS SERIES – HELPING FRIENDS IN DISTRESS
- FIRST GENERATION STUDENT CONNECT LUNCH
- GLC CAFÉ – MOCKTOBERFEST EDITION
- KIDS NIGHT OUT FREE CHILDCARE
- PERFORMANCE: VOX LUMINIS
- CREATING YOUR PERSONAL BRAND FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS
- UNIVERSAL DESIGN FOR LEARNING DAY
- HOW TO LAND YOUR FIRST JOB HALF-DAY WORKSHOP
- BRIDGING THE GAP: AN INTERGENERATIONAL STORYTELLING WORKSHOP
- BLACK GRADUATE STUDENT ORGANIZATION PICKUP BASKETBALL
- LITTLE HOKIE™ HAND-ME-DOWN DONATIONS ACCEPTED THROUGH NOVEMBER 13th – 1st posting
- COVES FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM – DEADLINE: December 1, 2023 – 1st posting
- REGISTER NOW SPRING LEADERSHIP COURSES – 1st posting
- DIVERSITY SCHOLARS INFO SESSIONS – 2nd posting
- GRADUATE STUDENT SPEAKERS NEEDED FOR FALL COMMENCEMENT – 2nd posting
- ASPECT STUDENT CONFERENCE CALL FOR PAPERS – 2nd posting
- SPIA GRAD STUDY ABROAD OPPORTUNITY – 2nd posting
- SURVEY ON THE VT SHARED GOVERNANCE SYSTEM – 3rd posting
- VP FOR FINANCE SENIOR MANAGEMENT AREA SEEKS GRADUATE ASSISTANT – 1st posting
- GRA ON NSF GCR PROJECT – 3rd posting
External Funding Opportunities
- P.E.O. SCHOLAR AWARD – DEADLINE: October 20, 2023
- NNSA MINORITY SERVING INSTITUTIONS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM OPPORTUNITY – DEADLINE: October 22, 2023
- 2024 SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM – DEADLINE: November 1, 2023
- DOE OFFICE OF SCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH (SCGSR) – DEADLINE: November 8, 2023, 5pm ET
- VIRGNIA SEA GRANT GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP – DEADLINE: December 8, 2023 – register by December 1, 2023
- VIRGINIA SPACE GRANT CONSORTIUM GRADUATE RESEARCH STEM FELLOWSHIPS – DEADLINE: February 9, 2024
Volunteers and research participants sought:
- PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR AN AUGMENTED REALITY RESEARCH USER STUDY – 1st posting
- PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR THE MEASURE STUDY MEASURING ENERGY ACROSS SIZES USING RECALLS –1st posting
- PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR A STUDY ON TURMERIC SUPPLEMENTATION – 1st posting
- SURVEY ON CLIMATE CONSCIOUSNESS TO DEVELOP STUDENT GUIDE ON CLIMATE NEUTRALITY – 1st posting
- ACCESSING QUALITY EARLY CHILDCARE AND EDUCATION SURVEY – 1st posting
- PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR AN AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES ATTITUDES STUDY – 2nd posting
- OPPORTUNITY TO VISIT THE VT LEARN LAB: CONNECTING MATH AND READING (FOR 3RD, 4TH, 5TH, & 6TH) – 2nd posting
- MOVEMENT COLLABORATORS NEEDED FOR INTERACTIVE INSTALLATION – 2nd posting
- PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR A STUDY ON CAREGIVER STRESS AND COGNITION – 3rd posting
- SPANISH SPEAKING VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR AN OUTREACH EVENT – 3rd posting
- CAP LAB AT VIRGINIA TECH IS RECRUITING INFANT SCIENTISTS – 3rd posting
- PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR AUTOPRINT EVALUATION – 3rd posting
- INVESTIGATOR SERIES: ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH AND SAFETY ONBOARDING AT VIRGINIA TECH
- BLACK GRADUATE STUDENT ORGANIZATION RESUME REVIEW AND WRITING WORKSHOP – October 23
- BLACK GRADUATE STUDENT ORGANIZATION GENERAL BODY MEETING – October 23
- CONNECTING THE OPENS: OPEN ACCESS, OPEN DATA, AND OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES – October 23
- HOKIE WELLNESS FOR RESEARCHERS: HELPING COLLEAGUES AND COLLABORATORS IN DISTRESS – October 24
- APIDA AND INDIGENOUS WOMEN’S HEALTH SUPPORT GROUP – October 24
- GRADSHPE GROWING HEALTHY HABITS – October 24
- INTERVIEWING FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS – October 25
- INFO SESSION: PAMPLIN’S ONE-YEAR MASTER’S IN BUSINESS ANALYTICS (MSBA-BA) – October 25
- THE SCIENCE ON STORYTELLING: CONSERVATION MEDIA AND CONNECTING PEOPLE TO THE WILD- October 26
- OCTOBER LEARNING LUNCH FEATURING DR. VINCENT WANG – October 27
- DCAP: PINK MARTINI – October 27
- PUMPKINPALOOZA- October 30
- VA-WHPC: STUDENT LIGHTNING TALKS – October 31
- INTERVIEWING FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS – November 1
- WEBINAR: SHIPPING AND RECEIVING BIOLOGICAL AND HAZARDOUS RESERCH MATERIALS – November 1
- STARTING YOUR ETD – FORMATTING TIPS FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS – November 6
- NEGOTIATING A JOB OFFER FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS – November 10
- SAVE THE DATE DIVERSITY CHALLENGE GRADUATE STUDENT CONFERENCE – November 11
- REGISTRATION OPEN FOR NUTSHELL GAMES- November 11
- HOKIE WELLNESS FOR RESEARCHERS: CULTIVATING A GROWTH MINDSET – November 14
- DOES RACE MATTER IN ACADEMIA? – November 16
0. Ongoing Services – updated 08/28/23
- GRADUATE SCHOOL: In-person advising, drop-off or pick-up of documents and materials, and a space to study and take a break! Visit SHIP (120 GLC) Monday -Friday 9am-4pm. The Graduate School offices will be open 9am – 4pm. Staff will be available by phone 540 231-8636 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you prefer Zoom advising: request one-on-one assistantship or academic advising by using our online request form to set-up a Zoom session.
- CAREER ADVISING: schedule career advising appointment via https://career.vt.edu/job-search/Handshake.html ; GLC drop-in hours in GLC 120/SHIP will be held on Wednesdays 1-4pm beginning September 6, 2023.
- COOK COUNSELING: Drop-in hours for consultation begin on 8/22. Location is Room 49 at the GLC. Tuesdays 10 am to 12 pm and Fridays 1 to 3 pm. For consultations by Zoom e-mail email@example.com. Students seeking services can schedule a triage appointment by calling 540-231-6557. You may request first available appointment at our Gilbert Place office, or to be seen at the GLC. We also have embedded counselors in Engineering, College of Science, and Pamplin School of Business available. **Please note Cook Counseling’s main office has moved Gilbert Place, 220 Gilbert Street, suite 2400, beginning September 6, 2023.
- WRITING CENTER SERVICES: Schedule an appointment at https://vt.mywconline.com/
- GRADUATE OMBUDSPERSON: contact for appointment at firstname.lastname@example.org, 540-231-9573
- GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL STUDENT BOV REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE HOURS Join Graduate and Professional Student Board of Visitors Representative Emily Tirrell for her weekly office hours! Come and learn more about the graduate school, the student senate, the Board of Visitors, and campus resources! Every Monday 9-10am, GLC 36D or Virtual: https://virginiatech.zoom.us/my/emilytirrell.
1. PLANNING YOUR POSTDOC OR FIRST FACULTY JOB
Monday, October 16, 12-1pm, Online
Master Your Future is a series of professional development workshops designed to help students successfully navigate graduate school and their professional development. https://virginiatech.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0uce-qrD8iHdSTgH0NjWuJ0-oYFLHc3eMS.
2. IRB 101 AND PROTOCOL WRITING – IRB SERIES (1st of 2)
Monday, October 16, 1-3pm, Zoom
If you are new to IRB or just need a refresher course on what IRB is all about, join us to learn from the Virginia Tech IRB professionals. The first part of the presentation will include the essentials of the IRB in this IRB 101 presentation, including: a brief overview of the IRB, the IRB’s crucial role to conducting research at Virginia Tech, and how to get started working with the IRB. The second part of this presentation will focus on protocol writing, including: a brief introduction to research protocols, how to integrate both a thorough description of the procedures and methods with ethical considerations of the research plan in the protocol, and incorporating ethics with an understanding of the principles outlined in the Belmont Report. Register here: Registration link: https://virginiatech.questionpro.com/irbseries1.
3. NETWORKING AND LINKED IN FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS
Tuesday, October 17, 1-2pm, Zoom
What is networking, why does it matter, and how do you do it? This workshop answers these questions and more. The session will also cover how to utilize LinkedIn for networking and the job search. Register on Handshake or find out more information here: https://career.vt.edu/job-search/grad-student-job-search/events-for-grad-students.html
4. PARENT SUPPORT LUNCH
Wednesday, October 18, GLC Room F, 12-1:30
We have finally resumed our monthly Parent Support Lunches! Come and learn about resources, opportunities and kid/family friendly activities on campus and in Blacksburg/the New River Valley. Meet others who are parenting their way through graduate school, and help us understand what we can do to better serve you. Partners and children are welcome, and lunch is provided! This month our speaker will share the many free programs and resources available at the Blacksburg Public Library for kids and families. Sign-up is required and space is limited to the capacity of the room. Sign up here: https://virginiatech.questionpro.com/t/AWXc2Z0AkO.
5. CAREER ADVISING DROP IN HOURS IN GLC
Wednesday, October 18, 1-4pm, GLC 120
Career Advising drop in hours in the GLC will be canceled this week only. You are invited to schedule a career advising appointment via https://career.vt.edu/job-search/Handshake.html.
6. GRADUATE WELLNESS SERIES – HELPING FRIENDS IN DISTRESS
Wednesday, October 18, 6-7pm, GC Wellness Room (Room 63)
Are you concerned about a friend or family member who is struggling and wish you knew what to do and say to help them? Hokie Wellness knows this is a tough situation, so we developed a workshop called Helping Friends in Distress (HFID). In the workshop, you will learn how to recognize the symptoms of sadness and depression, how to engage with a person you care about, and discuss ways to get them further help. During your lifetime, you will have friends and family members that experience loss, sadness, or depression. An HFID workshop can help you understand and intervene in those situations, even though it is not designed to teach you how to treat the person’s loss or sadness. https://gobblerconnect.vt.edu/event/9229196.
7. FIRST GENERATION STUDENT CONNECT LUNCH
Thursday, October 19, 12pm, Graduate Life Center, Room B
Join the Graduate School’s Office Diversity, Inclusion, and Strategic Partnerships in collaboration with First Generation Student Success for a fireside-chat style lunch to enhance first generation students’ sense of belonging. Attendees will receive guidance and encouragement while learning valuable information regarding first-gen initiatives, personal branding, and support services. Participation is FREE and lunch will be provided for all attendees. Students, faculty, and staff are welcome to attend. Register here: https://virginiatech.questionpro.com/FirstGenLunch23.
8. GLC CAFÉ – MOCKTOBERFEST EDITION
Thursday, October 19, 3:30-5pm, GLC Reading Room
Celebrate “Mocktoberfest” inspired by the German celebration of Octoberfest. Enjoy German snacks and sample nonalcoholic “beer” – root beer, ginger beer, birch beer. Enjoy coffee, tea, cookies and conversation with graduate students and Graduate School staff. Bring your own mug if you can! The GLC Café occurs every Thursday and the 2nd and 4th Wednesday.
9. KIDS NIGHT OUT FREE CHILDCARE
Thursday, October 19, 6:30-8:00pm, VT Women’s Center, 206 Washington St.
Free childcare for graduate student families at the VT Women’s Center, 6:30-8:00 on Thursday evenings when classes are in session. Advance sign-up is required, and there are limited spaces. Children must be toilet trained. There will be games, crafts, snacks, maybe a movie, and fun with the sitters! A sign up link will be available each week on the Women’s Center webpage (womenscenter.vt.edu) on Monday afternoons, or in the weekly Graduate School newsletter. For additional info or questions, please contact Jessie Meltsner at email@example.com https://www.womenscenter.vt.edu/ on Monday afternoons. Sign up link here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0D4AAAAC28A31-45227981-kids. Please note KNO will not be held on Thursday, October 26, due to the Virginia Tech football game.
10. PERFORMANCE: VOX LUMINIS
Thursday, October 19, 7:30pm, Moss Arts Center
One project, one objective, one path: introduce today’s audiences to early vocal music, passionately conveying its quintessence and touching the light through the voice. Renowned Belgian early music vocal and instrumental ensemble Vox Luminis is defined by its unique sound, appealing as much through the personality of each timbre as it does through the color and the uniformity of the voices. Experience the ensemble’s luminous and rich tones in an evening of Bach’s sacred, brilliant, and dazzling early cantatas. Tickets are $10 for students with ID and youth 18 and under, or sign up for our free last-minute rush seats for students by texting “arts” to 833-966-1838. https://artscenter.vt.edu/performances/vox-luminis.html
11. CREATING YOUR PERSONAL BRAND FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS
Friday, October 20, 9-10am, Virtual
This workshop is designed to help you build, communicate, and maintain your personal brand both online and offline. Register on Handshake or find more information at https://career.vt.edu/job-search/grad-student-job-search/events-for-grad-students.html
12. UNIVERSAL DESIGN FOR LEARNING DAY
Friday, October 20, 9-4:45pm, Newman Library’s Lury and Barbara Goodall Room 101
This in-person professional learning event will focus on integrating inclusive design, pedagogy, and technology to support diverse learning needs across multiple disciplines at Virginia Tech. Participants will learn strategies and best practices that they can leverage to reduce educational barriers and foster student engagement and success. All attendees will receive a digital badge and faculty will earn eight computer refresh credits. Light refreshments and lunch will be provided. Registration is required: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfJS8BAce4okNR1NT2woB7nUGUjbdNfFMKuVZSLyNk5V37_lQ/viewform.
13. HOW TO LAND YOUR FIRST JOB HALF-DAY WORKSHOP
Friday, October 20, 12:30-5pm, North End Training Center room 2420
In this half-day workshop, we will look at how your scientific/technical skills combined with your business skills and social skills together make up the three identities that define your brand. We will also learn how to reframe your past experiences using business language valued by hiring managers. In addition, we will discuss how to build and leverage your network to develop advocates that can get your targeted resume on the hiring manager’s desk. Finally, we will discuss the interview process itself and how to prepare so that you demonstrate why you are the best qualified candidate for the job. All attendees will receive a permanent license to SciPhD’s web-application Flamingo, that will guide you in finding jobs, analyzing the job ads to identify the critical technical, business, and social skills expected by an employer, and even generate a draft targeted resume. For more information or to register: https://www.research.vt.edu/about/postdoctoral-associates/postdoctoral-events-programs/2023/how-to-land-your-first-job-half-day-workshop.html.
14. BRIDGING THE GAP: AN INTERGENERATIONAL THEATRE WORKSHOP
Saturday October 21, 10-11:30am, Christiansburg Recreation Center, 1600 N Franklin St., Christiansburg
Through collaborative, hands-on activities, college-aged students and older adults are invited to spend the afternoon co-creating through the art of storytelling. By listening to and sharing personal stories, participants will work together with people from another generation to craft a new, original story. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/685045287897?aff=oddtdtcreator.
15. BLACK GRADUATE STUDENT ORGANIZATION PICKUP BASKETBALL
Saturday, October 21, 3-5pm, Blacksburg Recreation Center
All skill levels of basketball are accepted. Come by and play a pickup game of basketball with us. Questions? Contact Morgan Patrick firstname.lastname@example.org.
16. LITTLE HOKIE™ HAND-ME-DOWN DONATIONS ACCEPTED THROUGH NOVEMBER 13th – 1st posting
A Virginia Tech tradition, this event brings together faculty, staff, and students who either wish to give away or to receive gently used goods for their babies and children. Donations can be dropped off at the Women’s Center (206 Washington Street) or the Graduate Life Center’s front desk through Monday, November 13 at Noon. Please help us to spread the word! For more information: https://www.womenscenter.vt.edu/content/dam/womenscenter_vt_edu/LHHMD%202023%202.png
17. COVES FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM – DEADLINE: December 1, 2023 – 1st posting
The Commonwealth of Virginia Engineering and Science (COVES) Policy Fellowship is a science policy fellowship for Virginia that is hosted by the Virginia Academy of Science, Engineering, and Medicine (VASEM). COVES fellows are graduate students or postdoctoral researchers in science, technology, engineering, math and health (STEM-H) fields at Virginian Universities who spend 12 weeks over the summer working with Host Offices in the Virginia legislative and executive branches or in the policy offices of NGOs and scientific industries in Virginia. In addition to their work in their Host Offices, fellows are paired with a science policy mentor from VASEM, trained through an orientation at the start of their fellowship, and participate in networking and career development activities throughout the fellowship. The application deadline for Virginia Tech is December 1, 2023. More information can be found on our website: https://graduateschool.vt.edu/funding/funding-sponsored-by-the-graduate-school.html
18. REGISTER NOW SPRING LEADERSHIP COURSES – 1st posting
All graduate students are encouraged to enroll in Leadership courses for Spring 2024 during course request: LDRS 4514 Skills for Nonprofit Leaders; LDRS 4984 Toxic Leadership; LDRS 5004 Ethics in Leader/Follower Relationships; LDRS 5454 Leadership Diverse Contexts; LDRS 5464 Leadership in a Global Society; LDRS 5544 Leading Teams through Change; LDRS 5554 Leading Social Change. Please see the Timetable of Classes for course descriptions and CRNs. Questions? Contact Dr Jerald Walz at email@example.com.
19. DIVERSITY SCHOLARS INFO SESSIONS – 2nd posting
Virtual info sessions will be held on Monday, October 30 2pm-3pm and Tuesday, October 31 12pm-1pm. Diversity Scholars propose, design, and implement projects that enhance the quality of life at Virginia Tech. They are graduate students who specialize in and advocate for the awareness, knowledge, and skills associated with diversity and inclusion in the Graduate School and greater community. These projects can take many forms and can be specific to a particular curriculum or department, or it can be more global. To learn more about the program and the application process, please register for one of our virtual information sessions: https://virginiatech.questionpro.com/DiversityScholarsInfoSession2023 . For additional information, email the Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Strategic Partnerships at DISP@vt.edu.
20. GRADUATE STUDENT SPEAKERS NEEDED FOR FALL COMMENCEMENT – 2nd posting
The Graduate School is seeking 1-3 graduate student speakers for the Fall 2023 Graduate Commencement Ceremony on Friday, December 15, 2:30pm, at Cassell Coliseum in Blacksburg, Virginia. The speeches are modeled after the talks at the Center for Communicating Science’s Nutshell Games, with individual speeches lasting about 90 seconds. Student speakers share a brief experience of their own that depicts graduate student life as they experience(d) it. Students at all campuses may apply; speakers must give their speech in-person in Blacksburg at commencement on December 15. If you are interested in being considered for this role, please complete this form by Friday, October 27, 2023: https://forms.gle/6ogGUuvoCzWxot1L7.
21. ASPECT STUDENT CONFERENCE CALL FOR PAPERS – 2nd posting
The student planning committee is pleased to share the Call for Papers for the 2024 ASPECT Student Conference to be held on March 21 and 22, 2024. The conference theme, Reimagine Relationality, invites submissions from a wide range of approaches to key questions about how relationships shape our world and ourselves. The committee welcomes any and all submissions from graduate students, as the interdisciplinary nature of ASPECT champions a variety of approaches to these pertinent and provocative questions. Thank you in advance for your support of the conference. In the meantime, should you have any questions or desire further information about the ASPECT conference or program, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
22. SPIA GRAD STUDY ABROAD OPPORTUNITY – 2nd posting
Join Dr. Sabith Khan in Oaxaca, Mexico this January for a 3-credit hour winter course, SPIA 5954 – Migration and Remittances as the Forces Binding Mexico and the United States. The application deadline is upcoming on October 12th. More information can be found on the program’s website.
23. SURVEY ON THE VT SHARED GOVERNANCE SYSTEM – 3rd posting
The University Council Cabinet would appreciate your feedback through our online survey about Virginia Tech’s shared governance system. Your input will be used to help gauge how informed the university community is about what is happening in the governance system and whether our students, faculty, and staff feel they know how to become involved in one of the shared governance bodies or to make their voices heard by communicating ideas or concerns to the appropriate office or governance body. All responses will remain confidential and secure. Survey results will be reported to the cabinet in the aggregate without any personally identifying information. We have contracted with QuestionPro, an independent research firm, to field your confidential survey responses. Please click on this link to complete the survey: https://virginiatech.questionpro.com/t/AXO8nZxoYb by October 16. Thank you in advance for your valuable insights.
24. VP FOR FINANCE SENIOR MANAGEMENT AREA SEEKS GRADUATE ASSISTANT – 1st posting
The VP for Finance Senior Management Area seeks a full-time (20 hr./week) Graduate Assistant to support initiatives furthering the automation of administrative tasks using various technologies such as Robotic Process Automation (RPA). This is an appointment for Spring semester with the contract beginning December 25th. The GA will work closely with the finance solutions team to compile business requirements, coordinate with business process owners to document changes to current business practices, assist in process re-engineering and change management planning efforts, and independently analyze business case scenarios. The successful candidate should demonstrate familiarity with basic programming constructs, knowledge of process mapping and design, experience with relational databases and query tools, and an ability to manipulate large sets of data. We will consider onboarding remotely before the term starts, for the successful candidate. For consideration, forward current resume and cover letter to: email@example.com.
25. GRA ON NSF GCR PROJECT – 2nd posting
Seeking a highly motivated, collaborative graduate student to work on a National Science Foundation Growing Convergence Research (NSF-GCR) project on inland freshwater salinization. With the Occoquan Reservoir in Northern Virginia as its test bed, this NSF GCR project aims to understand the various sources of freshwater salinization and catalyze stakeholder-driven management strategies to address freshwater salinization. More information on the project here: https://salt.cee.vt.edu. Join a highly collaborative multi-institutional team of faculty, students, and stakeholders. Individuals with interests in sustainability, collaborative governance, and transdisciplinary research are encouraged to apply. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in any discipline (STEM, Social Sciences, or Humanities), background in sustainability, environmental science, or environmental policy is desirable; interest in cross-disciplinary, community-engaged research; excellent written and oral communication skills; experience with quantitative/qualitative data collection and analysis; ability to meet deadlines; desire to work as part of a highly collaborative team; creative mindset and approach to research. Email your: CV; cover letter; a writing sample; two references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
EXTERNAL FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
All external funding opportunities that we are aware of can be found here: https://graduateschool.vt.edu/funding/scholarships-and-fellowships.html.
26. P.E.O. SCHOLAR AWARD – DEADLINE: October 20, 2023
P.E.O. announces the 2024-2025 highly competitive $ 20,000 Scholar Award scholarship opportunity for women graduate students in doctoral programs. P.E.O. (www.peointernational.org) provides financial aid for women in higher education. ELIGIBILITY: citizen or permanent resident of the United States or Canada; enrolled full time in a doctoral program, on track to complete her degree between April 2026 and August 2027; demonstrates academic excellence with a strong research path (publications, awards, service activities) particularly during the last 12 months, clearly defined career objectives, and showing promise of making a significant contribution to her field. The deadline for applications is October 20, 2023. Please email Sue Bentley, P.E.O. Scholar Awards Chairperson (email@example.com), a one-to-two-page letter highlighting current work and career goals and a resume, starting with undergraduate school activities and accomplishments. For more information: https://www.peointernational.org/peo-scholar-awards.
27. NNSA MINORITY SERVING INSTITUTIONS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM OPPORTUNITY – DEADLINE: October 22, 2023
Are you looking for a summer or year-long internship to boost your future career opportunities? Apply to join National Nuclear Security Administration Minority Serving Institutions Internship Program (NNSA- MSIIP) Class of 2024-2025 today! MSIIP is open to all academic backgrounds. Internships begin on June 3, 2024. Application opens August 1, 2023 and are due by 11:59pm EST, October 22, 2023. For more information: https://orise.orau.gov/NNSA-MSIIP/. Informational sessions about NNSA-MSIIP are offered on Zoom: September 7, 14, 21, 28, 2023, and October 5, 12, 19, 2023. Register here: https://www.zoomgov.com/meeting/register/vJIsdeygpjkvE4GilL6VXS3QHqPcLVTU_Pg.
28. 2024 SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM – DEADLINE: November 1, 2023
Fellowships are offered to graduate students, predoctoral students, and postdoctoral and senior investigators to conduct independent research utilizing the Smithsonian collections, facilities, and/or staff expertise. Members of the Smithsonian professional research staff serve as advisors and hosts to fellows. Fields of research include animal behavior, ecology, and environmental science, including an emphasis on the tropics; Anthropology, including archaeology, cultural anthropology, linguistics, and physical anthropology; Astrophysics and astronomy; Earth sciences and paleobiology; evolutionary & systematic biology; folklife; History of science and technology; history of art, especially American, contemporary, African, and Asian art, twentieth-century American crafts, and decorative arts; materials research; molecular biology; social and cultural history of the United States. https://fellowships.si.edu/SIFP.
29. DOE OFFICE OF SCIENCE GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH (SCGSR) – DEADLINE: November 8, 2023 at 5:00 pm ET
DOE’s Office of Science is now accepting applications for Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) Awards. The Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Science is pleased to announce that the Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) program is now accepting applications for the 2023 Solicitation 2 cycle. For more information: https://science.osti.gov/wdts/scgsr
30. VIRGINIA SEA GRANT GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP – DEADLINE: Registration December 1, 2023, 11:59 PM EST. Application Deadline is December 8, 2023, 11:59 PM EST
Gain Hands-On Experience Working With A Professional Mentor. Graduate Fellows address issues relevant to Virginia communities and of importance to coastal and marine resources – including but not limited to: natural or social sciences, engineering and design, policy and legal analysis, architecture, business, education, arts and humanities, etc. The fellowship builds skills and competencies through professional development training and provides hands-on experience in translating research results to stakeholders through a professional mentor. The fellowship provides up to $40,000 per year for two years and professional development opportunities. VASG expects to fund up to eight fellowships for the 2024–2026 academic years. For more information: https://vaseagrant.org/graduate-fellowships/.
31. VIRGINIA SPACE GRANT CONSORTIUM GRADUATE RESEARCH STEM FELLOWSHIPS – DEADLINE: February. 9, 2024
The Virginia Space Grant Consortium (VSGC) is accepting applications for its Graduate Research STEM Fellowship program. A major goal of VSGC is to help produce the engineers and scientists of the future and to promote diversity in the STEM workforce. The consortium provides fellowships of $6,000 in add-on support to graduate students to supplement and enhance basic research support. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, be enrolled full-time in a program of study in STEM, have a specific faculty-mentored research project that has NASA or aerospace relevance, and are not graduating sooner than May 2025. For more information and to apply, visit https://vsgc.odu.edu/graduatefellowships/ Deadline: February 9, 2024
32. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR AN AUGMENTED REALITY RESEARCH USER STUDY – 1st posting
The 3D Interaction (3DI) group is inviting you to participate in a research study with Augmented Reality (AR) technologies. Our team is investigating the best ways to interact with AR and VR, and this study compares various methods of interaction with virtual data and information and will be in Newman Library. The study will make use of state-of-the-art AR technologies. Participants can be anybody who is an English speaker, at least 18 years old, and has normal vision (contacts are allowed, not glasses). For more information: Daniel Stover firstname.lastname@example.org.
33. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR THE MEASURE STUDY MEASURING ENERGY ACROSS SIZES USING RECALLS –1st posting
Are you interested in learning more about your energy needs and helping researchers better measure food intake in participants of varying body sizes? Participants are needed for the MEASURE study (IRB #22-654) seeking to understand how a participant’s weight class can affect measurements of dietary intake. Participants will complete measurements of height, weight, body composition, energy expenditure, and food intake over a period of 5-7 weeks with a total of 5 visits to campus. To be eligible, you must be over 18, have a body mass index (BMI) greater than 25 kg/m2, weigh under 600 lbs., and not be following a weight control diet. Compensation of up to $150 is available for this study. If you are interested in participating, complete this screening survey: https://virginiatech.questionpro.com/t/AUAl6Zunlk or send an email to email@example.com.
34. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR A STUDY ON TURMERIC SUPPLEMENTATION – 1st posting
Participants are needed for a study evaluating the effects of 4 weeks of oral Turmeric supplementation on markers of oxidative stress and inflammation (IRB 22-646). This study comprises of two visits, separated by 4 weeks of oral Turmeric supplementation provided by the research team. Participants will undergo a graded exercise test (VO2max test) on a treadmill, while being connected to a metabolic cart. A blood sample will be drawn via venipuncture before and after the treadmill test. Study measurements will include blood pressure, body composition, bone mineral density, VO2max, and anthropometry. Eligible participants must be woman and men in good general health between the ages of 18-45, non-smoker, free from chronic diseases and are physically active for 2 or more days per week. Participants will receive information on body composition, bone density, and VO2max. For more information contact: Rohit Ramadoss: firstname.lastname@example.org.
35. SURVEY ON CLIMATE CONSCIOUSNESS TO DEVELOP STUDENT GUIDE ON CLIMATE NEUTRALITY – 1st posting
We are currently conducting this survey to develop a guideline for Virginia Tech students on achieving climate neutrality and supporting Virginia Tech’s climate commitment. The climate neutrality action plan will be developed based on the information collected and will be launched during the earth week 2024. Link to survey here: https://forms.gle/nJXZjVnKcTvAWniT8.
36. ACCESSING QUALITY EARLY CHILDCARE AND EDUCATION SURVEY – 1st posting
The university’s Early Childhood Education Initiatives team wants to help Virginia Tech employees and students across all campuses access quality early childcare and education. This has been identified as a university priority. As part of the group’s ongoing work to address this important issue, all Virginia Tech faculty, staff, graduate and undergraduate students at all Virginia Tech locations are encouraged to complete a child care survey to gauge the current use and needs regarding child care across our university communities. Even if you do not use child care, please take a moment to complete the survey, available via this link: https://virginiatech.questionpro.com/a/TakeSurvey?tt=O2KuSig6RloECHrPeIW9eQ%3D%3D. Please complete the survey by Friday, Oct. 27, 2023. All responses are anonymous. Visit the university’s caregiving site https://caregiving.vt.edu/ for information, resources, and more.
37. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR AN AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES ATTITUDES STUDY – 2nd posting
I am conducting research for my OMALS project and report on ‘Agricultural Practices Attitudes and Perceived Risk’ (IRB#23-753), under the supervision of Laura Strawn, Department of Food Science and Technology. I would appreciate your feedback in our online survey. All responses will remain confidential and secure. Thank you in advance for your valuable insights. We have contracted with QuestionPro, an independent research firm, to field your confidential and anonymous survey responses. Please click on this link to complete the survey: https://virginiatech.questionpro.com/t/AYf81ZzjlH. All individuals over the age of 18 are encouraged to take this survey
38. OPPORTUNITY TO VISIT THE VT LEARN LAB: CONNECTING MATH AND READING (FOR 3RD, 4TH, 5TH, & 6TH) – 2nd posting
The research study “Connecting Math and Reading” is approved by the Institutional Review Board (IRB Protocol #21-669). The project aims to better understand children’s cognitive development and examine associations among children’s different math and vocabulary skills. Children in 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade are eligible to participate. You will be compensated $15 for your time and effort, and your child will receive some small prizes during the ~45-50 minute session. If you are interested in more information, please visit https://bit.ly/VTMathandReading to view detailed information and schedule your one-time visit to campus (Wallace Hall). If you have any additional questions, please contact the research team directly, Dr. Caroline Hornburg, email@example.com, 540-231-2664. https://bit.ly/VTMathandReading.
39. MOVEMENT COLLABORATORS NEEDED FOR INTERACTIVE INSTALLATION – 2nd posting
An interactive immersive installation around Hindu Lord Krishna will be installed in the Cube in May, 2024. I am looking for dance/movement collaborators for the same. You will be given a series of Indian classical dance postures to mimic and will be asked to dance/move from one posture to the next as you deem fit. You will be required to wear a motion capture suit and your movement will be recorded and then translated onto digital bodies for the final exhibition. Kathak or other dance/ freestyle movement experience appreciated, not required. Contact: Harshal Pilania firstname.lastname@example.org.
40. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR A STUDY ON CAREGIVER STRESS AND COGNITION –3rd posting
The goal of this study is to investigate the relationship between caregiving and cognitive function in middle-aged and older adult caregivers. You will be asked questions about your caregiving experience and physical health, and you will be asked to participate in a cognitive attention task. During your session, you will be asked to wear a blood pressure monitor, a sensor that measures your pulse, and a device that measures blood oxygenation levels in the frontal lobe of your brain. This device is noninvasive and resembles a headband that rests against your forehead. This session is estimated to take 60-90 minutes and will be conducted at the CAATS lab space located at 1880 Pratt Drive in Blacksburg, Virginia. Participants must: be 50+ years old; are a current caregiver for an older adult (65+ years old); are not currently diagnosed with any cardiovascular or respiratory conditions (Hypertension/High Blood Pressure is OK); are not currently diagnosed with a brain condition or cognitive disorder. Compensation: $30 Mastercard Gift Card. For more information contact: Kate Singer at: email@example.com.
41. SPANISH SPEAKING VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR AN OUTREACH EVENT – 3rd posting
Kids’ Tech University is hosting an outreach event on December 2nd to be held at the Fralin Life Science Institute. The all-Spanish STEM event focuses on children ages 8 – 12. We are looking for undergraduate and graduate Spanish-speaking volunteers to help walk families to lunch (on campus) and to help run an activity booth in Spanish. Volunteers will receive training. Lunch is provided. For more information contact: Fiorella at firstname.lastname@example.org.
42. CAP LAB AT VIRGINIA TECH IS RECRUITING INFANT SCIENTISTS – 3rd posting
CAP Lab at Virginia Tech is recruiting mothers in the New River Valley and Salem areas with a baby up to 12 months old for the BUBBLES research study on how babies’ brain wave activity is related to their developing attention, memory, and emotions. Please click the link below for more information on our research study. A study supported by the National Institutes of Health. The study is approved by VT IRB #21-1048. You will receive cash payment for every visit to CAP Lab on the Blacksburg campus ($50-$75). To fill out interest form: https://forms.gle/vmAYwJ3vYkbkqKDV6.
43. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR AUTOPRINT EVALUATION – 3rd posting
The goal of this research is to evaluate the usefulness of AutoPrint for finding bugs and collecting qualitative feedback. Eligible participants will complete prescreening questions, use AutoPrint for 2~3 weeks, and participate in a Zoom interview. Participant qualifications: 18 years or older, 1 or more years of experience in Java programming. Compensation $20 Amazon Gift Card. For more information contact: Minhyuk Ko email@example.com.
44. INVESTIGATOR SERIES: ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH AND SAFETY ONBOARDING AT VIRGINIA TECH
Monday, October 23, 12:30-1:30pm, Zoom
A shared partnership exists among University leadership, faculty, researchers, laboratory staff, students, and Environmental Health and Safety to support a strong culture of safety; a culture in which all individuals responsibly embrace safety as a core value for long-term health and safety. As a principal investigator, supervisor or researcher you are responsible for the safety of yourself and your colleagues.
This webinar will review the Environmental Health and Safety onboarding recommendations for the responsible for the oversight of laboratory safety and responsible for administration and implementation of the university’s research and training requirements, safety programs, policies, and procedures.https://www.research.vt.edu/events/2023/environment–health-and-safety-onboarding-at-virginia-tech.html.
45. BLACK GRADUATE STUDENT ORGANIZATION RESUME REVIEW AND WRITING WORKSHOP
Monday, October 23, GLC Room C, 5-8pm
BRING your resume/ CV and questions to our writing workshop. Get help from people in your field to help better your success for applying to jobs in the near future
46. BLACK GRADUATE STUDENT ORGANIZATION GENERAL BODY MEETING
Monday, October 23, 5-6pm, GLC Room C
Stop by and meet members within our organization. If you are interested in joining our organization please feel free to stop by and become a member. For more information contact: Morgan Patrick firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stop by and meet members within our organization. If you are interested in joining our organization please feel free to stop by and become a member. For more information contact: Morgan Patrick email@example.com.
47. CONNECTING THE OPENS: OPEN ACCESS, OPEN DATA, AND OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
Monday, October 23, 6-8pm, Newman Library 207A or Zoom
Join the University Libraries and invited guests for a discussion for future professors regarding open access, open educational resources, and open data. University Libraries’ faculty, Philip Young, Anita Walz, and Jonathan Petters will provide brief overviews of open access, open educational resources, and open data to provide some general information on the topics. Finally, presenters will discuss how aspects of open have impacted their career development as well as how they have incorporated open practices into their research and scholarship, and the audience will be invited to participate in the robust conversation. All are welcome! Register here: https://calendar.lib.vt.edu/event/11361438 For information about other events happening during Open Access Week, visit https://guides.lib.vt.edu/oa/week.
48. HOKIE WELLNESS FOR RESEARCHERS: HELPING COLLEAGUES AND COLLABORATORS IN DISTRESS
Tuesday, October 24, 12:30-1:30pm, Zoom
Are you concerned about a friend, family member, or colleague who is struggling and wish you knew what to do and say to help them? During your lifetime, you will interact with folks that experience loss, sadness, or depression. This workshop can help attendees understand and intervene in those situations, even though it is not designed to teach how to treat the persons loss or sadness. In the workshop, attendees will learn how to recognize the symptoms of sadness and depression, how to engage with a person, and discuss ways to get them further help. This program is interactive and attendees will get to practice techniques. https://www.research.vt.edu/events/2023/hokie-wellness-for-researchers–helping-colleagues-and-collabora.html.
49. APIDA AND INDIGENOUS WOMEN’S HEALTH SUPPORT GROUP
Tuesday, October 24, 5:30-6:30pm, APIDA+ Center (140 Squires) and Virtual
Join us for October’s APIDA and Indigenous Women’s Health Support Group. This meeting will focus on “Imposter Syndrome and Microaggressions.” Explore the ways you might have felt like you did not belong in a space. Learn how you can change your perspective, coping mechanisms, and build resilience. Light refreshments will be provided. Register here: https://bit.ly/3PuzTQw. For questions and/or accommodations, please contact Dr. Nina Ha at firstname.lastname@example.org
50. GRADSHPE GRADUATE SOCIETY OF HISPANIC PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS GROWING HEALTHY HABITS
Tuesday, October 24, 6:30-7:30pm, GLC room F
A Hokie Wellness speaker will give a workshop on developing a growth mindset, https://www.instagram.com/shpe_vt.
51. INTERVIEWING FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS
Wednesday, October 25, 11:20am-12:30pm, GLC Room F
This workshop discusses the interview process, provides basic interview tips, and shares a formula for answering behavioral questions. The session will also offer strategies for dealing with interview anxiety. This is an in-person event at the GLC. Register on Handshake or find more information at https://career.vt.edu/job-search/grad-student-job-search/events-for-grad-students.html
52. INFO SESSION: PAMPLIN’S ONE-YEAR MASTER’S IN BUSINESS ANALYTICS (MSBA-BA)
Wednesday, October 25, 6-7pm, Virtual
Want more skills & experience before starting your career? Get a Master’s Degree in Business Analytics from Pamplin in just one year! Join the Center for Business Analytics in an online info session for more about the MSBA-BA program. We consider applicants from any major. Apply by Nov. 1st to receive full consideration; later applicants will be considered as space permits. The final application deadline is Feb. 1 for international students, Mar. 1 for domestic. Learn more about the program at https://cba.pamplin.vt.edu/grads/masters.html and attend one of our upcoming info sessions to hear from program leadership: RSVP at https://cba.pamplin.vt.edu/events/info_sessions.html
53. THE SCIENCE ON STORYTELLING: CONSERVATION MEDIA AND CONNECTING PEOPLE TO THE WILD– Thursday, October 26, 5:30pm, Rising Silo Brewery, 2351 Glade Road, Blacksburg
Wildlife photographer Alex Freeze will share stories and photos from her career and we will discuss the power of media for wildlife conservation. Alex will lead a do-it-yourself nature photography walk around Rising Silo!
54. OCTOBER LEARNING LUNCH FEATURING DR. VINCENT WANG
Friday, October 27, 12 – 1pm, APIDA+ Center (140 Squires) and Virtual
Join us for the October Learning Lunch Series featuring Dr. Vincent Wang. Dr. Wang is an Associate Professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics (BEAM). He teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in biomedical engineering, directs the Orthopedic Mechanobiology Lab, and is director of the BEAM Industry Partners Program. Within Virginia Tech, he serves on the executive board of the Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Caucus, is faculty advisor of the Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers, and is co-chair of BEAM’s DEI&B committee. Dr. Wang served as Faculty Fellow in the APIDA+ Center during the Spring 2021 semester. Light refreshments will be served. Register here: https://bitly.ws/UyVF. For questions and/or accommodations, please contact Dr. Nina Ha at email@example.com
55. DCAP: PINK MARTINI
Friday, October 27, 7:30pm, Moss Arts Center
The Dean’s Cultural Awareness Program (DCAP) provides graduate students with tickets for performances at the Moss Arts Center through a lottery system. The next event, Pink Martini, is a global musical journey, infusing vintage jazz and infectious rhythms whose vibes will transport you from samba parades in Rio to French nightclubs. With a repertoire spanning 25 languages it promises an unforgettable musical journey. This event takes place on Friday, Oct. 27, at 7:30 p.m. Register here for your chance to win: https://virginiatech.questionpro.com/DCAPpinkmartini. Students with a valid VT ID who are randomly selected will receive information on the ticket pick-up location. Only one entry per student per performance. If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday, October 30, 3-5pm GLC Lawn
Join fellow graduate students for a fun afternoon of pumpkin painting and carving. Pumpkins and supplies will be provided as well as light refreshments. A costume contest will take place starting at 4 pm. Pumpkin Palooza This event is sponsored by the Graduate School and Cranwell International Center. Sign up here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1uEPAHtKKhgxhQhZ-mUivoBFwnxxRAeAlqXElPsUjpG4/edit?pli=1 .
57. VA-WHPC: STUDENT LIGHTNING TALKS
Tuesday, October 31, 1pm, Zoom
On October 31 from 1-2 pm EST, VA-WHPC will be hosting 10-12 students as they give lightning talks on their research to members of the HPC community from across Virginia. Interested in giving a lightning talk? You’ll get 3 minutes and 1-2 slides to tell us all about your research. Don’t miss this chance to practice your presentation skills and share your research with a diverse audience! Send us the title of your presentation before September 29! Sign up to give a talk: https://forms.gle/7M1ULH8x59RD9fUbA. Stay tuned for a zoom registration link for the event!
58. INTERVIEWING FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS
Wednesday, November 1, 11:00am-12pm, Virtual
This workshop discusses the interview process, provides basic interview tips, and shares a formula for answering behavioral questions. The session will also offer strategies for dealing with interview anxiety. This is an in-person event at the GLC. Register on Handshake or find more information at https://career.vt.edu/job-search/grad-student-job-search/events-for-grad-students.html.
59. WEBINAR: SHIPPING AND RECEIVING BIOLOGICAL AND HAZARDOUS RESEARCH MATERIALS
Wednesday, November 1, 12:30-1:30pm, Zoom
This webinar will discuss potential requirements for packing of biological and hazardous materials for national and international shipments. Advice and guidance on packing, documentation and permitting applications will be reviewed. Preparation for receiving of certain research materials will also be discussed. https://www.research.vt.edu/events/2023/shipping-and-receiving-biological-and-hazardous-research-materia.html.
60. STARTING YOUR ETD – FORMATTING TIPS FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS
Monday, November 6, 7pm, Zoom
We’ll discuss potential ideas and strategies for formatting and structuring your Electronic Thesis or Dissertation (ETD) so that you can submit it after your defense and best meet Graduate School formatting guidelines. This presentation is aimed at students in the early stages of writing their thesis or dissertation but is relevant to students at any stage of the process. Invite Link: https://virginiatech.zoom.us/j/84823316501
61. NEGOTIATING A JOB OFFER FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS
Friday, November 10, 11am-12pm, Virtual
This workshop identifies factors involved in career decisions and provides information on appropriate negotiating behaviors. Participants will also learn about follow-up practices for accepting or declining a job offer. Register on Handshake or find more information at https://career.vt.edu/job-search/grad-student-job-search/events-for-grad-students.html.
62. SAVE THE DATE DIVERSITY CHALLENGE GRADUATE STUDENT CONFERENCE
Saturday, November 11, 9am-5pm, VirtualA free, virtual event for graduate students to present their work and engage in discussion, community, and mentoring with leading scholars. Graduate students are encouraged to submit proposals for poster presentations, individual research papers, and symposia focused on various aspects of race, racism, anti-racism, and racial trauma. The symposia proposals should represent a collection of 3 presentations centered on a unifying theme and can comprise both research and conceptual presentations. Register here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe2vaBPzifP1iQmol2987JzLLYv4zYbTx99E7pA06991g2EdQ/viewform.
A free, virtual event for graduate students to present their work and engage in discussion, community, and mentoring with leading scholars. Graduate students are encouraged to submit proposals for poster presentations, individual research papers, and symposia focused on various aspects of race, racism, anti-racism, and racial trauma. The symposia proposals should represent a collection of 3 presentations centered on a unifying theme and can comprise both research and conceptual presentations. Register here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe2vaBPzifP1iQmol2987JzLLYv4zYbTx99E7pA06991g2EdQ/viewform.
63. REGISTRATION OPEN FOR NUTSHELL GAMES
Saturday, November 11, 4:30-6:30pm, Moss Arts Center
Attention all graduate researchers! Do you want to share your research with the world? Do you want an opportunity to win $500? Registration is open for the Nutshell Games, the fun and fast-paced presentation competition hosted by the Center for Communicating Science. Five winners will each receive a prize of $500 in professional development funds. We can only accommodate 30 researchers to give talks, so register soon at this link to sign up: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfrOENPvHhkn58d236PCgdDa9dL31CkxDMuOOytc3Eck1qmEQ/viewform?usp=sharing.
64. HOKIE WELLNESS FOR RESEARCHERS: CULTIVATING A GROWTH MINDSET
Tuesday, November 14, 12:30-1:30pm, Zoom
Often when we’re struggling, our inner monologues can become critical and it takes practice to shift our mindsets about things like unsuccessful grant proposals and unexpected experimental outcomes. Believe it or not, the mindset we have and the way we talk to ourselves when we’re approaching difficult tasks has a big impact on our academic success and personal well-being. In this workshop, attendees will learn how to develop a growth mindset and re-frame our automatic thoughts that can often be negative to help promote academic and professional success as well as personal well-being. https://www.research.vt.edu/events/2023/hokie-wellness-for-researchers–cultivating-a-growth-mindset.html
65. DOES RACE MATTER IN ACADEMIA?
Monday, November 13, 12-1pm, Online
Master Your Future is a series of professional development workshops designed to help students successfully navigate graduate school and their professional development.