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  • Promising Scholars
    The University of Oregon Graduate School administers more than a dozen non-service fellowships and awards annually, resulting in the support of over 60 students for the 2013-14 academic year. These awards, most of which are donor or foundation supported, include non-service stipends ranging from $500 to $18,000 per year and, in some cases, tuition support. We are pleased to honor this year’s fellowship and award recipients. Betty Foster McCue Scholarship for Human Development and Performance...
  • The Graduate School welcomes Kellie Geldreich, who will join our staff on Monday, November 11, in the role of Academic Affairs Manager. Her duties center on promoting excellence in our graduate programs. Specifically, Kellie will ensure that our standards for degree progress and enrollment are met by all graduate students. She will also oversee the master’s and doctoral degree clearance process. Kellie will be your key resource regarding all Graduate School academic policies – including those...
  • Nontraditional Student Programs is hosting Nontraditional Student Week from November 4 to 9. Many graduate students qualify as nontraditional students. You may be a nontraditional student if you: Are married, divorced, partnered; Work full-time; Have children and/or family members to support; Are changing careers; Are a veteran of the armed forces; Are a first-generation student; Qualify as low income; or Have independent financial status. Be sure to check out these events: Game Night...
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