The Graduate School has walk-in hours 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday in Heckart Lodge for fall term starting September 23. Please follow posted instructions for entering and exiting the building and where to wait for our customer service representatives. Thank you for your continued cooperation, and we look forward to seeing you in person again! For remote students, please continue to use our email address to reach us, [email protected].
As a member of a graduate writing group, you will spend an hour each week with professionals from the Graduate Writing Center. Activities for each week vary based on students’ needs, but are limited to: guided peer review of your own writing, guided peer review of published writing from your discipline and individual writing time.
Graduate Writing Groups with Chris Nelson. Register here for Chris' groups.
Ph.D. Writing Groups with Adam Haley. Register here for Adam's group.
Students are encouraged to contact Chris Nelson (email Chris at [email protected]) if added to the wait list. Additional groups may be created if enough interest.
All sessions will take place via Zoom. Group facilitators will send Zoom invitations at the end of Week 1 of the term.
Meet with a counselor for a one-time only session to discuss a current problem or concern. The counselor will help you clarify your problem and work with you to develop skills and strategies to create a personalized action plan. When you go to the Single Session Clinic web page, find the link “Click here to schedule graduate students.”
Blocks of time are reserved for grad students, Thursdays 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., and Fridays 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Grad students can schedule for any available appointment throughout the week, but these blocks of time are reserved only for them.
We've reorganized the current student degree completion content on our website into pages focused on degree types. If you are a master's student please access the new Master's Students page. Likewise, doctoral students now use the new Doctoral Students page and certificate students use, you guessed it, the Certificate Students page. All relevant information are linked from these new pages including deadlines. Check out the new current student pages.
If you are a STEM Ph.D. pursuing an academic career, Aurora's Academic Career Success Conference this Saturday will equip you with the tools you need to thrive in your research and professionalization. Topics:
A team of academic experts will give you the answers to your questions on September 19 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. ET (8 a.m. to 1 p.m. PT), all online. Replay option is also available. Free for OSU students and staff.
The primary goal of the AAHHE Graduate Student Fellowship Program is to prepare Latina/o/x doctoral scholars for successful careers in academia. The program also provides support to Latina/o/x scholars interested in pursuing careers within administration and policy in postsecondary education. Towards this end, program sub-goals include to:
To be considered for the GSFP applicants must:
Applications are due by October 16, 2020.
Need a way to help pay for professional development activities? Apply for up to a $500 reimbursement to cover expenses from a training or other resource you are using to boost your skills. The $500 amount is up from $250 we offered last year and starts Oct. 1.
Students may receive up to three Professional Development Awards per academic year. Recipients must be enrolled in a master’s or doctoral degree program, with a minimum registration of three graduate credits during the term of the proposed activity.
October is open enrollment month! This is your once-a-year opportunity to make changes to your health insurance without having a qualifying life event (marriage, birth, divorce, loss of other insurance, etc.). Open enrollment is not mandatory for the grad health plan, and you only need to submit forms if you plan to enroll a dependent or terminate a dependent’s coverage. However, new graduate fellows must submit an enrollment form during October to enroll yourself and any dependents.
If you had an approved waiver during the 2019-2020 school year and had opted out of coverage, you must resubmit a waiver application and documentation to be approved for the 2020-2021 school year.
Please contact Alex Martino, Graduate Benefits Consultant, with any questions at [email protected].
For students interested in funding opportunities for the fall 2020 term, work with your department to submit a nomination(s) by the October 5, 2020 nomination deadline for either of the following Graduate School Awards.
Delson Bridge to the Future Fund
The Delson Bridge to the Future Fund assists domestic and international graduate students in the final phase of their graduate education to pay research expenses, publication costs, and other incidentals standing in the way of completing their graduate studies at OSU. Awards up to $1,000!
Jesse M. Bell Memorial Graduate Student Loan
The Jesse M. Bell Memorial Graduate Student Loan provides loans for meritorious graduate students. These non-need-based loans, up to $5,000, are available on a one-time basis to domestic and international enrolled graduate students to help with educational expenses associated with their advanced degree.
CTL has announced a fully remote Tuesday Teaching +Tech Talks (T4). T4 is a certificated series of interactive teaching workshops that introduce a wide range of pedagogical techniques and educational technology. T4 is open to all. Supporting all teaching modalities, sessions are held via Zoom every Tuesday, 10 to 11:50 a.m. Recordings will follow. Registration is not necessary. Attend one, some, or all.
Visit the T4 Website for more information. First session is Tuesday, Sept. 22. Concentric Circles of Care: Teaching in Tough Times.
For students with child care needs, please visit the Family Resources webpage on child care to learn about available resources, including:
The OSU Advantage Accelerator is seeking proposals for projects that further develop technologies invented by OSU faculty, staff, and/or graduate students in any research discipline (i.e., ag science, pharmacy, vet med, education, public health, engineering, forestry, earth, ocean, atmospheric science, etc.). Proposals should indicate how the project will move the technology closer to commercialization and will be accepted now through Wednesday, September 23.
Each project may be awarded up to $15,000 and should span 9 months or less, beginning October 2020.
Funding can be used to fund student time, gather additional data, pay for prototyping expenses (materials and supplies), customer discovery, and more. Award recipients are required to participate in the OSU Accelerate program in order to receive training and guidance with respect to tech commercialization. Successful projects are eligible to receive additional funding. Read the full RFP.