Category: Grad school

McNair Scholars Program

McNair Scholars seeks to increase the number of undergraduate students earning doctoral degree who are low-income and first-generation, or who come from communities underrepresented in graduate education. Program participants must be committed to enrolling in graduate programs with an end goal of

Master’s Degree & Scholarship for Labor Studies

The Cuny School of Labor and Urban Studies are recruiting applicants for the Joseph S. Murphy Scholarships for Diversity in Labor, designed to promote the activism and leadership of woman and people of color in the labor movement or  in the

University of Virginia M.S. in Commerce Info Session

A note from De’Shay Turner, Assistant Director of Graduate Marketing & Recruiting, University of Virginia: Did you know that a master’s in management can increase your long-term earning potential? Attend an information session at UT to learn more about the University of

Graduate School Planning Info Session

Thinking about Graduate School? Do you need help planning? The Texas Career Council will be hosting a Graduate School Planning session in the Texas Lonestar Room (UNB 3.208) from 11 AM to 12 PM on Tuesday, October 10th. Take this

LBJ School of Public Affairs Open House

Are you interested in Public Policy? Well look no further! The LBJ school is hosting an open house for potential graduate school applicants on November 9th! Attending an Open House is a great way for prospective students to experience what

Stanford Law School Research Fellowship Opportunity

Calling all graduating seniors for a wonderful opportunity! Several Stanford law professors are seeking full-time Research Fellows to begin work in the summer of 2018. This is a unique opportunity for graduating seniors and recent college graduates to participate in

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program

The Application for the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program is open until October 26th, 2017 for the social sciences. As an undergraduate, there is no penalty to apply compared to only being able to apply once as a