Today, January 27, is the last day to view the public presentations, review their CVs and letters of interest, and tell us what you think of the three dean finalists at http://provost.uoregon.edu/content/dean-graduate-school-finalists.
Our search for the Dean of the Graduate School is underway. Read the finalists' CVs, cover letters, and interview schedules on the provost's website. Attend their public presentations, during which each will address his/her take on the dean's role and describe his/her vision for Graduate School over the next one, five and ten years.
Scott Pratt- Thursday, January 15, 11 a.m. to noon, EMU Gumwood Room;
Andy Berglund- Friday, January 16, 11 a.m. to noon, Gerlinger Lounge; and
Mia Tuan- Wednesday...
One way to participate in this year’s Grad Forum is to collaborate with an interdisciplinary group. But what if you aren’t part of a group yet?
We are connecting individuals who wish to participate in the Grad Forum but don’t already have an interdisciplinary group in mind.
Why submit a proposal?
Engage with other graduate students across disciplines in this unique venue.
Discuss your own work and the work of your peers with a broad community of scholars that includes your fellow graduate...
A 2010-11 Graduate School Promising Scholar, Ed is now the UO’s newest recipient of the University Club of Portland Foundation Fellowship. He is a doctoral student of Communication and Society in the School of Journalism and Communication. Ed currently has two specific research interests: participatory media and their impact, in terms of broadening Habermas’ concept of creating a more vibrant public sphere; and the media’s potential to impact educational reform.
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