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Writing graduate essays
There are so many types of graduate assignments and graduate essays are a good example.They are written by graduate students and are of high quality.
graduate  essay 
3 days ago by meldaresearch
Students Showcase One-Act Plays at Fringe Festival
GOLDEN GATE XPRESS -- “The festival drew in playwrights and actors’ creativity through encouraging them to incorporate harsh emotions and balance it with humor within their performances. During the second week of production, SF State students Nolan Moore and Sandy Nguyen’s plays received much recognition because of their comedic value.”
cw  tha  student  undergraduate  graduate  campus 
4 days ago by sfstatelca
Twitter
¿Todavía no conoces nuestro Discovery Journey? 👀 mira este ídeo y entérate de cómo conseguir tu primera…
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6 days ago by tguemes
Move Over, Laptop Ban: Professor Peña-Guzman Teaches Five-Hour Tech-Less Reading Class
EDSURGE -- David Peña-Guzmán starts off his Friday class at San Francisco State University like any other professor might: students file in and pull out their note-taking materials, and he opens his laptop to begin lecture.

But stay in Peña-Guzmán’s class a little longer — maybe five hours longer — and things start to look a little different. For starters, it’s long. The course, titled “The Reading Experiment: The Power of the Book,” takes place every other Friday beginning at 9:30 a.m. and wraps up at 2:30 p.m. There is also a snack table in the room that students contribute to and share, and a low ambient buzz emits from a white noise machine at the front.

For most of the course, there’s no lecture happening at all. Students put away their technology and read for four hours.

“It’s a rediscovery of uninterrupted reading,” Peña-Guzmán said last Friday while pulling up slides about the assigned readings.
hum  faculty  student  graduate  undergraduate  trade  metrics 
18 days ago by sfstatelca
LongHouse Scholarship Award
This award recognizes creative ambitions in all its forms including Visual and Performing Art, Horticulture, Landscape and Design.
One $3,000 award to an applicant seeking to pursue graduate studies or other experiences exemplifying the mission of LongHouse.
Scholarships  Graduate  LandscapeArchitecture  design  award  NewYork 
25 days ago by risdgrants
Graduate Paper
The company should ensure students order graduate papers early so as to give the staff enough time to prepare the graduate papers.
graduate  paper 
27 days ago by meldaresearch
Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute Artists in Residence (at Pratt)
The Munson-Williams- Proctor Arts Institute Artists in Residence program (AIR) is an education based residency which allows two emerging artists from different disciplines to live and work on the MWPAI and PrattMWP College of Art & Design campus in Utica, NY for one academic year.

The AIR program is designed for emerging artists or recent visual arts MFA graduates interested in art education on both a community and college level while receiving support to develop a vibrant, self-directed studio practice. Artists receive financial support, housing, meals, studio, and two-person exhibition in the museum's PrattMWP Gallery.
MFA  Graduate  alumni  Education  community  Teaching  residencies 
5 weeks ago by risdgrants
Grad Student Nathan Kosta Turns Lifelong Passion for Photography into Profession
GOLDEN GATE XPRESS -- As a 12-year-old boy backpacking through the Eastern Sierra, Nathan Kosta knew photography was his calling when he began capturing the vivid landscapes around him.

Now he’s a 32-year-old graduate student in the Master of Fine Arts program at San Francisco State, pursuing his childhood dream of curating art.

The majority of Kosta’s days are spent balancing his work time in the studio, his school work and teaching a digital photography class.

“When you’re a professional artist you have what people refer to as an art practice — and Nathan is really good at practicing,” art department Assistant Professor Sean McFarland said.
art  graduate  student  campus 
6 weeks ago by sfstatelca
Twitter
Meet biomedical science grad who joined us through our scheme.

As a user researcher sh…
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7 weeks ago by mattedgar
RISD Graduate Student Conference + Exhibition Fund
Established to support professional development, the annual Graduate Student Conference + Exhibition Fund assists with costs associated with travel, accommodations and conference/participation fees for students who have been invited to present creative or scholarly work at an exhibition, conference, symposium or other refereed public event.

Award amounts vary and do not typically exceed $1,000. After awardees submit expenses they will receive funds in the form of reimbursement. Students will receive an email with details of the reimbursement process after award funding has been confirmed. Note that the funds can only support travel to and from the event site, accommodations and conference/participation fees. The award does not cover meals, per diems, fabrication or transportation of materials, or other incidental fees.

Applications are accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis each academic year. Students are encouraged to apply early, as funds are limited. Click here to apply.

Eligibility

To receive support through this program you must be a full-time graduate student, in good academic standing, have a confirmed invitation to publicly present your work, and have the support of your graduate program director. Students are only eligible to receive conference fund support once per academic year.
Graduate  Conferences  exhibition  ProfessionalDevelopment 
9 weeks ago by risdgrants
Diversity and Inclusion Task Force Delivers Its Final Report | American Astronomical Society
The AAS Task Force on Diversity and Inclusion in Astronomy Graduate Education has completed its final report, and the AAS Board of Trustees has voted to accept it. The Task Force will be presenting its findings at a plenary to be held at the AAS 233rd meeting in Seattle, on Tuesday, 8 January 2019, 11:40 am-12:30 pm, Room 6E.

The report begins with an Executive Summary which highlights the recommendations of the Task Force both to departments and to the AAS (see below). The remainder of the report has sections on each of the categories of recommendations with details about each recommendation, including both practical steps a department can take to implement the recommendation, as well as providing the research basis for each recommendation. The Appendices (pages 32-74) provide substantially more details and resources that departments can dive into to help them implement the recommendations, as well as additional useful information.

We believe this structure will allow departments to quickly grasp the main points of the report while also providing enough specific detail and resources to make this a useful handbook for change.
astronomy  graduate  academia  diversity  inclusion 
11 weeks ago by bezthomas

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