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Congratulations to our OGE Scavenger Hunt winner!
06/21/2021

Congratulations to our OGE Scavenger Hunt winner!

Congratulations to our OGE Scavenger Hunt winner!

Personal Statements for the NSF GRFP Tues. Jun.221:30pm CDTThis session will talk about the personal statement requireme...
06/21/2021

Personal Statements for the NSF GRFP
Tues. Jun.22
1:30pm CDT

This session will talk about the personal statement requirement of the NSF GRFP using examples from successful applications. Participants will leave with a sense of what they need to write in order to be competitive. While this does focus on the NSF GRFP, elements of this presentation are useful for any fellowship personal statement. A Teams link by email to join in this presentation. To get the link, please register at https://utd.link/hp.

#utdallas @UT_Dallas

Personal Statements for the NSF GRFP
Tues. Jun.22
1:30pm CDT

This session will talk about the personal statement requirement of the NSF GRFP using examples from successful applications. Participants will leave with a sense of what they need to write in order to be competitive. While this does focus on the NSF GRFP, elements of this presentation are useful for any fellowship personal statement. A Teams link by email to join in this presentation. To get the link, please register at https://utd.link/hp.

#utdallas @UT_Dallas

Congratulations to our OGE Scavenger Hunt winners!
06/18/2021

Congratulations to our OGE Scavenger Hunt winners!

Congratulations to our OGE Scavenger Hunt winners!

NSF eFellows Engineering Postdoctoral Fellowship applications due July 6NSF has launched a new postdoctoral program for ...
06/18/2021

NSF eFellows Engineering Postdoctoral Fellowship applications due July 6

NSF has launched a new postdoctoral program for recently-graduated PhD students who want to stay in academia. Applications will be accepted from June 21 through July 6, 2021.

The eFellows program places early-career PhDs in engineering fields in university research postdoctoral fellowships. In addition to hands-on academic research with a faculty advisor, each fellowship cohort will participate in professional development and mentoring activities designed to prepare them for future research careers.

The E-Fellows program will provide postdoctoral researchers with a salary of $75,000 per year, for two years.

Eligibility
• Pursue research in an area under the umbrella of the NSF Engineering Directorate
• Complete their PhD (or up to a second postdoc) between 1/1/2019-8/31/2021
• Be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident
• Select mentors that are tenured, or tenure-track faculty employed at a U.S. academic institution and may not be the applicant's PhD advisor.
• Complete their fellowship at a U.S. institution
• Coordinate with a faculty postdoc advisor to apply as a pair, developing the application in a collaborative manner (applicants may submit up to two applications but can only be awarded one of them)

https://efellows.asee.org/home

#utdallas The University of Texas at Dallas

NSF eFellows Engineering Postdoctoral Fellowship applications due July 6

NSF has launched a new postdoctoral program for recently-graduated PhD students who want to stay in academia. Applications will be accepted from June 21 through July 6, 2021.

The eFellows program places early-career PhDs in engineering fields in university research postdoctoral fellowships. In addition to hands-on academic research with a faculty advisor, each fellowship cohort will participate in professional development and mentoring activities designed to prepare them for future research careers.

The E-Fellows program will provide postdoctoral researchers with a salary of $75,000 per year, for two years.

Eligibility
• Pursue research in an area under the umbrella of the NSF Engineering Directorate
• Complete their PhD (or up to a second postdoc) between 1/1/2019-8/31/2021
• Be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident
• Select mentors that are tenured, or tenure-track faculty employed at a U.S. academic institution and may not be the applicant's PhD advisor.
• Complete their fellowship at a U.S. institution
• Coordinate with a faculty postdoc advisor to apply as a pair, developing the application in a collaborative manner (applicants may submit up to two applications but can only be awarded one of them)

https://efellows.asee.org/home

#utdallas The University of Texas at Dallas

LinkedIn and Networking WorkshopWed. Jun.2312pm CDTLearn the LinkedIn Do's and Don'ts: This professional social media ne...
06/18/2021

LinkedIn and Networking Workshop
Wed. Jun.23
12pm CDT

Learn the LinkedIn Do's and Don'ts: This professional social media network platform is absolutely essential during this digital era we are in. Find out the most effective ways to connect with colleagues, classmates and build a network that can help you advance in your career.
Register at https://utdallas.joinhandshake.com/events/767291
#utdallas @UT_Dallas @UTDCareerCenter

LinkedIn and Networking Workshop
Wed. Jun.23
12pm CDT

Learn the LinkedIn Do's and Don'ts: This professional social media network platform is absolutely essential during this digital era we are in. Find out the most effective ways to connect with colleagues, classmates and build a network that can help you advance in your career.
Register at https://utdallas.joinhandshake.com/events/767291
#utdallas @UT_Dallas @UTDCareerCenter

Congratulations to our OGE Scavenger Hunt winners!
06/17/2021

Congratulations to our OGE Scavenger Hunt winners!

Congratulations to our OGE Scavenger Hunt winners!

Personal Statements for the NSF GRFP Tues. Jun.221:30pm CDTThis session will talk about the personal statement requireme...
06/17/2021

Personal Statements for the NSF GRFP
Tues. Jun.22
1:30pm CDT

This session will talk about the personal statement requirement of the NSF GRFP using examples from successful applications. Participants will leave with a sense of what they need to write in order to be competitive. While this does focus on the NSF GRFP, elements of this presentation are useful for any fellowship personal statement. A Teams link by email to join in this presentation. To get the link, please register at https://utd.link/hp.

#utdallas @UT_Dallas

Personal Statements for the NSF GRFP
Tues. Jun.22
1:30pm CDT

This session will talk about the personal statement requirement of the NSF GRFP using examples from successful applications. Participants will leave with a sense of what they need to write in order to be competitive. While this does focus on the NSF GRFP, elements of this presentation are useful for any fellowship personal statement. A Teams link by email to join in this presentation. To get the link, please register at https://utd.link/hp.

#utdallas @UT_Dallas

Congratulations to our OGE Scavenger Hunt winners!
06/16/2021

Congratulations to our OGE Scavenger Hunt winners!

Congratulations to our OGE Scavenger Hunt winners!

Finding Obscure or Niche Sources for ResearchThurs. Jun.172pm CDTIf your research topic requires sources outside the UTD...
06/16/2021

Finding Obscure or Niche Sources for Research
Thurs. Jun.17
2pm CDT

If your research topic requires sources outside the UTD Library's collection or you want to explore some books, articles, and primary sources off the beaten track: this could be the workshop for you. We will learn how to look for material in libraries and archives around the world.

Presented by Chris Edwards, Assistant Head of Information Literacy and Instruction

Join live at https://utd.link/hd

#utdallas @UT_Dallas @utdallaslibrary @UTDLibrary

Finding Obscure or Niche Sources for Research
Thurs. Jun.17
2pm CDT

If your research topic requires sources outside the UTD Library's collection or you want to explore some books, articles, and primary sources off the beaten track: this could be the workshop for you. We will learn how to look for material in libraries and archives around the world.

Presented by Chris Edwards, Assistant Head of Information Literacy and Instruction

Join live at https://utd.link/hd

#utdallas @UT_Dallas @utdallaslibrary @UTDLibrary

Congratulations to our OGE Scavenger Hunt winners!
06/15/2021

Congratulations to our OGE Scavenger Hunt winners!

Congratulations to our OGE Scavenger Hunt winners!

Resume WorkshopWed. Jun.1612pm CDTThis workshop will provide tips and strategies on how to make your resume stand out. S...
06/15/2021

Resume Workshop
Wed. Jun.16
12pm CDT

This workshop will provide tips and strategies on how to make your resume stand out. Students will learn effective resume writing etiquette and best practices to set their resume apart from the competition. Students/Attendees learning outcomes from attending this session include the following:
*Attendees learn how to clarify their career interests for the reader *Attendees learn how to clarify their career interests for the reader *Able to highlight relevant educational achievements
*Know how to distinguish and showcase their relevant experiences
*Learn best practices for creating a visually appealing document with proper grammar, formatting and spacing.

Register at https://utdallas.joinhandshake.com/events/767283
#utdallas

@UT_Dallas @UTDCareerCenter

Resume Workshop
Wed. Jun.16
12pm CDT

This workshop will provide tips and strategies on how to make your resume stand out. Students will learn effective resume writing etiquette and best practices to set their resume apart from the competition. Students/Attendees learning outcomes from attending this session include the following:
*Attendees learn how to clarify their career interests for the reader *Attendees learn how to clarify their career interests for the reader *Able to highlight relevant educational achievements
*Know how to distinguish and showcase their relevant experiences
*Learn best practices for creating a visually appealing document with proper grammar, formatting and spacing.

Register at https://utdallas.joinhandshake.com/events/767283
#utdallas

@UT_Dallas @UTDCareerCenter

Congratulations to our OGE Scavenger Hunt winner!
06/14/2021

Congratulations to our OGE Scavenger Hunt winner!

Congratulations to our OGE Scavenger Hunt winner!

NSF GRFP Information SessionTues. Jun.151:30pm CDTConsidering writing an NSF GRFP application? This event is for you. Th...
06/14/2021

NSF GRFP Information Session
Tues. Jun.15
1:30pm CDT

Considering writing an NSF GRFP application? This event is for you.

The NSF GRFP recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported STEM disciplines who are pursuing research-based master’s and doctoral degrees at accredited US institutions. The five-year fellowship includes three years of financial support including an annual stipend of $34,000 and a cost of education allowance of $12,000 to the institution.

Register at https://utd.link/hb
#utdallas @UT_Dallas

NSF GRFP Information Session
Tues. Jun.15
1:30pm CDT

Considering writing an NSF GRFP application? This event is for you.

The NSF GRFP recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported STEM disciplines who are pursuing research-based master’s and doctoral degrees at accredited US institutions. The five-year fellowship includes three years of financial support including an annual stipend of $34,000 and a cost of education allowance of $12,000 to the institution.

Register at https://utd.link/hb
#utdallas @UT_Dallas

Curious about the behind-the-scenes work involved in building international relationships and tackling global issues? Jo...
06/11/2021

Curious about the behind-the-scenes work involved in building international relationships and tackling global issues? Join the U.S. Department of State for the free new seminar series "Inside U.S. Foreign Policy"!

Upcoming Seminars: Summer and Fall 2021
July 14: U.S. Foreign Policy in North Africa and the Middle East
July 29: U.S. Foreign Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa
August 20: U.S. Foreign Policy in the Western Hemisphere
September 15: U.S. Foreign Policy in East Asia and the Pacific
October 14: U.S. Foreign Policy in Europe and Eurasia

Please visit the Inside U.S. Foreign Policy webpage for more information https://www.gilmanscholarship.org/insideusforeignpolicy/

REGISTER NOW at https://www.gilmanscholarship.org/insideusforeignpolicy/

Curious about the behind-the-scenes work involved in building international relationships and tackling global issues? Join the U.S. Department of State for the free new seminar series "Inside U.S. Foreign Policy"!

Upcoming Seminars: Summer and Fall 2021
July 14: U.S. Foreign Policy in North Africa and the Middle East
July 29: U.S. Foreign Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa
August 20: U.S. Foreign Policy in the Western Hemisphere
September 15: U.S. Foreign Policy in East Asia and the Pacific
October 14: U.S. Foreign Policy in Europe and Eurasia

Please visit the Inside U.S. Foreign Policy webpage for more information https://www.gilmanscholarship.org/insideusforeignpolicy/

REGISTER NOW at https://www.gilmanscholarship.org/insideusforeignpolicy/

Congratulations to the OGE Scavenger Hunt winners from Day One!  And thank you for everyone who participated in this eve...
06/10/2021

Congratulations to the OGE Scavenger Hunt winners from Day One! And thank you for everyone who participated in this event!

Congratulations to the OGE Scavenger Hunt winners from Day One! And thank you for everyone who participated in this event!

New! Masters Accelerator Research Support (MARS) ProgramThis is an internal funding opportunity designed to encourage re...
06/10/2021

New! Masters Accelerator Research Support (MARS) Program

This is an internal funding opportunity designed to encourage research and entrepreneurially oriented master’s degree students to forward their ideas. This opportunity was created through a collaboration of the Office of Research and the Office of Graduate Education.

Enroll in courses by June 15.

More information can be found at https://research.utdallas.edu/researchers/internal-funding/masters-accelerator-research-support-mars-program

#utdallas @UT_Dallas

New! Masters Accelerator Research Support (MARS) Program

This is an internal funding opportunity designed to encourage research and entrepreneurially oriented master’s degree students to forward their ideas. This opportunity was created through a collaboration of the Office of Research and the Office of Graduate Education.

Enroll in courses by June 15.

More information can be found at https://research.utdallas.edu/researchers/internal-funding/masters-accelerator-research-support-mars-program

#utdallas @UT_Dallas

Finding Obscure or Niche Sources for ResearchThurs. Jun.172pm CDTIf your research topic requires sources outside the UTD...
06/09/2021

Finding Obscure or Niche Sources for Research
Thurs. Jun.17
2pm CDT

If your research topic requires sources outside the UTD Library's collection or you want to explore some books, articles, and primary sources off the beaten track: this could be the workshop for you. We will learn how to look for material in libraries and archives around the world.

Presented by Chris Edwards, Assistant Head of Information Literacy and Instruction

See calendar.utdallas.edu/event/finding_obscure_or_niche_sources_for_research#.YLqkLPlKiUk for Teams meeting link.

#utdallas @UT_Dallas

Finding Obscure or Niche Sources for Research
Thurs. Jun.17
2pm CDT

If your research topic requires sources outside the UTD Library's collection or you want to explore some books, articles, and primary sources off the beaten track: this could be the workshop for you. We will learn how to look for material in libraries and archives around the world.

Presented by Chris Edwards, Assistant Head of Information Literacy and Instruction

See calendar.utdallas.edu/event/finding_obscure_or_niche_sources_for_research#.YLqkLPlKiUk for Teams meeting link.

#utdallas @UT_Dallas

Resume WorkshopWed. Jun.1612pm CDTThis workshop will provide tips and strategies on how to make your resume stand out. S...
06/09/2021

Resume Workshop
Wed. Jun.16
12pm CDT

This workshop will provide tips and strategies on how to make your resume stand out. Students will learn effective resume writing etiquette and best practices to set their resume apart from the competition. Students/Attendees learning outcomes from attending this session include the following: Attendees learn how to clarify their career interests for the reader Attendees learn how to clarify their career interests for the reader -Able to highlight relevant educational achievements -Know how to distinguish and showcase their relevant experiences -Learn best practices for creating a visually appealing document with proper grammar, formatting and spacing.

Register at https://utdallas.joinhandshake.com/events/767283
#utdallas @UT_Dallas

Resume Workshop
Wed. Jun.16
12pm CDT

This workshop will provide tips and strategies on how to make your resume stand out. Students will learn effective resume writing etiquette and best practices to set their resume apart from the competition. Students/Attendees learning outcomes from attending this session include the following: Attendees learn how to clarify their career interests for the reader Attendees learn how to clarify their career interests for the reader -Able to highlight relevant educational achievements -Know how to distinguish and showcase their relevant experiences -Learn best practices for creating a visually appealing document with proper grammar, formatting and spacing.

Register at https://utdallas.joinhandshake.com/events/767283
#utdallas @UT_Dallas

NSF GRFP Information SessionTues. Jun.151:30pm CDTConsidering writing an NSF GRFP application? This event's for you. The...
06/08/2021

NSF GRFP Information Session
Tues. Jun.15
1:30pm CDT

Considering writing an NSF GRFP application? This event's for you.

The NSF GRFP recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported STEM disciplines who are pursuing research-based master’s and doctoral degrees at accredited US institutions. The five-year fellowship includes three years of financial support including an annual stipend of $34,000 and a cost of education allowance of $12,000 to the institution.

Register at https://utd.link/hb
#utdallas @UT_Dallas

NSF GRFP Information Session
Tues. Jun.15
1:30pm CDT

Considering writing an NSF GRFP application? This event's for you.

The NSF GRFP recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported STEM disciplines who are pursuing research-based master’s and doctoral degrees at accredited US institutions. The five-year fellowship includes three years of financial support including an annual stipend of $34,000 and a cost of education allowance of $12,000 to the institution.

Register at https://utd.link/hb
#utdallas @UT_Dallas

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Starting this fall 2019. Excited.
Dr. Harishbabu Arunachalam, spring 2018 Doctorate
We are looking to host another UT Dallas graduate student looking for housing. Private message me if you are still looking for affordable housing, as we have a room for rent with a private bath in Richardson.