Bringing students, faculty, and key administrators together

By focusing on the university's plan for the New Horizon - creativity, collaboration, and innovation across disciplines - this community honors the contribution that diversity, broadly defined, can bring to discovery.

First meeting of the New Horizon Graduate Scholars to start off the 2015-16 academic year

First meeting of the New Horizon Graduate Scholars to start off the 2015-16 academic year
First meeting of the New Horizon Graduate Scholars to start off the 2015-16 academic year

Professional development opportunities

  • Travel support to present research project findings at conferences
  • Fellowship proposal writing workshops including the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, Department of Defense opportunities, and others
  • Lunch and dinners with invited guest speakers from industry and academia
  • Opportunities to design and implement specific programs to advance student’s professional careers currently unavailable through the college or university

If interested in this program, contact Dr. Catherine Amelink, Director of Graduate Programs and Assessment, for more information