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2015 Graduate Student Orientation
Apply for Nationally and Internationally Prestigious Merit Scholarship Programs
The process by which Drexel bills tuition and awards tuition remission for research doctoral students (PhD and DPH) has been found to present a number of issues, including barriers to interdisciplinary collaborations in which many of you are involved, and which are expanding. Over the past several months the Office of the Provost, working closely with other administrative units, has created a new billing and remission process that is about to go live with the fall, 2015 term.
Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to nominate your highly effective teaching assistants for certificates of recognition and monetary awards.
The Graduate College of Drexel University and the Graduate Student Association offer a limited number of Higher Education Advocate Travel Awards (HEATAs) each year to support domestic travel to a student’s previous institution to present their research and promote Drexel graduate study.
Chair: Dr. Michael Vogeley
Committee Members: Dr. Gordon Richards, Dr. Stephen McMillan, Dr. John MacLaren Walsh, and Dr. Michelle Dolinski
Date: September 01, 2015 10:00 AM
Location: Disque Hall, Room 919
September 10, 2015 10:00 AM
Dark Matter in Galaxy Clusters: Shape, Projection, and Environment
September 14, 2015 10:00 AM
Relationship between Age-Related Cognitive Impairment and Anatomical Changes in Dendritic Bundles and Neuronal Microcolumns in the Prefrontal Cortex
CCI PhD Student Timothy Schultz Wins Fellowship for Proposal to Track Trends in Alzheimer’s Disease Treatment
How to Get Involved as a Graduate Student, As Demonstrated by Nick Thompson
Spanning the Globe: Drexel Research Reaches Around the World in 2014
Grad Student Wins #PayMyTuition Challenge
To assist you in transitioning to the university, the Graduate College of Drexel University prepares a series of welcome receptions, workshops, and programs to help you prepare for graduate study at Drexel and acclimate you to the university community.
Academic advisers are dedicated to fostering autonomy and informed decision-making. Academic advisers can help you plan your schedule, register for courses, change your major, add/drop/withdraw from a class, and review your progress toward graduation.
This checklist is for graduate students enrolled in a quarter program. Students in other professional programs should contact their department for forms and procedures.
The occasion is to recognize the contributions of graduate students towards the mission of the university especially in the classroom, in the teaching lab and the research lab.
There are currently no upcoming events.