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Tell us what you think?  Take the OGE programming survey.The Graduate Student Assembly and the Office of Graduate Educat...
11/10/2020

Tell us what you think? Take the OGE programming survey.

The Graduate Student Assembly and the Office of Graduate Education want to know your thoughts on our upcoming OGE programming.

Take the Survey: http://utd.edu/t/6587

Post-Election Drop-In Support Group Wed., 11th & 18thNational elections can sometimes bring about a range of emotions in...
11/10/2020

Post-Election Drop-In Support Group
Wed., 11th & 18th

National elections can sometimes bring about a range of emotions including anger, stress, fear and sadness. Student Counseling Center is offering a support space for students to come together to process these emotions.

Please Email [email protected] for Teams Meeting Link

How to turn a 500-word abstract to a 150-word abstract (a grant writing workshop) Tue., Nov. 101:30–2 pmThis is the thir...
11/10/2020

How to turn a 500-word abstract to a 150-word abstract (a grant writing workshop)
Tue., Nov. 10
1:30–2 pm

This is the third section of the "Communicating Your Research Within Limits" workshop. During this workshop, we will discuss how to take a 500-word grant application abstract and shrink it.

Register at https://utdallas.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5u5fjdFhADWsRw1

The Office of Graduate Education Grant Writing Workshops are all online. Each workshop is between 1-2 hours long and broken down into a number of self-contained and shorter sections. Registration is required to attend. Email [email protected] with questions.

Leaning In: A Workshop on Vulnerability Wed., Nov.114-5pmBeing vulnerable can feel challenging but is crucial to feeling...
11/09/2020

Leaning In: A Workshop on Vulnerability
Wed., Nov.11
4-5pm

Being vulnerable can feel challenging but is crucial to feeling connected to others. In this workshop you will learn:
-What vulnerability looks/feels like
-How vulnerability helps us to feel fully seen and understood
-How to increase vulnerability in safe, practical ways
-How to practice vulnerability in times of social distancing

Join Live Teams event at: http://utd.edu/t/6597

Presenting your research to the “general public” (a grant writing workshop) Mon., Nov. 91:30–2 pmThis is the third secti...
11/09/2020

Presenting your research to the “general public” (a grant writing workshop)
Mon., Nov. 9
1:30–2 pm

This is the third section of the "Communicating Your Research Within Limits" workshop. During this workshop, we will discuss how talking to people outside your discipline changes the focus of your discussion.

Register at https://utdallas.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1BOF5oOfyMZiD4x
The Office of Graduate Education Grant Writing Workshops are all online. Each workshop is between 1-2 hours long and broken down into a number of self-contained and shorter sections. Registration is required to attend. Email [email protected] with questions.

Veterans and Graduate School? Let's Talk Programs and Funding! Fri., Nov. 131–2 pmHave you served in the U.S military?  ...
11/06/2020

Veterans and Graduate School? Let's Talk Programs and Funding!
Fri., Nov. 13
1–2 pm

Have you served in the U.S military? Do you have questions about furthering your education by attending graduate school?

This info session discusses applying for graduate programs and various funding resources at UT Dallas.

Presented by the Office of Graduate Education and the Military and Veteran Center.

Register for this event at: https://utdallas.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bHqyulE5FYW6QyV

First-Generation Celebration Week!Nov. 8-13#MyFirstGenStory | Sunday, Nov 8thKeynote Address | Monday, Nov 9thLeadership...
11/06/2020

First-Generation Celebration Week!
Nov. 8-13

#MyFirstGenStory | Sunday, Nov 8th
Keynote Address | Monday, Nov 9th
Leadership Listens | Tuesday, Nov 10th
First-Gen Fast Friends | Thursday, Nov 12th
Resource Fair & Games | Friday, Nov 13th

Register at: https://firstgen.utdallas.edu/celebration

How to turn a 500-word abstract to a 150-word abstract (a grant writing workshop) Tue., Nov. 101:30–2 pmThis is the thir...
11/05/2020

How to turn a 500-word abstract to a 150-word abstract (a grant writing workshop)
Tue., Nov. 10
1:30–2 pm

This is the third section of the "Communicating Your Research Within Limits" workshop. During this workshop, we will discuss how to take a 500-word grant application abstract and shrink it.

Register at https://utdallas.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5u5fjdFhADWsRw1

The Office of Graduate Education Grant Writing Workshops are all online. Each workshop is between 1-2 hours long and broken down into a number of self-contained and shorter sections. Registration is required to attend. Email [email protected] with questions.

Presenting your research to the “general public” (a grant writing workshop) Mon., Nov. 91:30–2 pmThis is the third secti...
11/05/2020

Presenting your research to the “general public” (a grant writing workshop)
Mon., Nov. 9
1:30–2 pm

This is the third section of the "Communicating Your Research Within Limits" workshop. During this workshop, we will discuss how talking to people outside your discipline changes the focus of your discussion.

Register at https://utdallas.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1BOF5oOfyMZiD4x

The Office of Graduate Education Grant Writing Workshops are all online. Each workshop is between 1-2 hours long and broken down into a number of self-contained and shorter sections. Registration is required to attend. Email [email protected] with questions.

Leaning In: A Workshop on Vulnerability Wed., Nov.114-5pmBeing vulnerable can feel challenging but is crucial to feeling...
11/04/2020

Leaning In: A Workshop on Vulnerability
Wed., Nov.11
4-5pm

Being vulnerable can feel challenging but is crucial to feeling connected to others. In this workshop you will learn:
-What vulnerability looks/feels like
-How vulnerability helps us to feel fully seen and understood
-How to increase vulnerability in safe, practical ways
-How to practice vulnerability in times of social distancing

Join Live Teams event at: http://utd.edu/t/6597

What is a DOI anyway?Fri., Nov.611am-12pmHosted by The Office of Graduate Studies, The librarians of the McDermott Libra...
11/04/2020

What is a DOI anyway?
Fri., Nov.6
11am-12pm

Hosted by The Office of Graduate Studies, The librarians of the McDermott Library will delve into the mysterious world of DOIs. Where do they come from? What do they mean? How can they make your life easier?

Register at http://utd.edu/t/6519
The Zoom meeting link will be sent to those students registered.

Post-Election Drop-In Support Group Wed., Nov. 4th, 11th & 18thNational elections can sometimes bring about a range of e...
11/03/2020

Post-Election Drop-In Support Group
Wed., Nov. 4th, 11th & 18th

National elections can sometimes bring about a range of emotions including anger, stress, fear and sadness. Student Counseling Center is offering a support space for students to come together to process these emotions.

Please Email [email protected] for Teams Meeting Link.

Post-Election Support Virtual Comet ChatWed., Nov.4National elections can bring about a range of emotions including sadn...
11/03/2020

Post-Election Support Virtual Comet Chat
Wed., Nov.4

National elections can bring about a range of emotions including sadness, anger, and fear. During virtual comet chat appointment, you can discuss your concerns with a mental health professional.

Virtual Comet Chat is a brief (15 min), confidential, and free consultation with a mental health professional.

You can sign up here: https://calendly.com/event-cometchat/electionsupport?month=2020-11

Tell us what you think?  Take the OGE programming survey.The Graduate Student Assembly and the Office of Graduate Educat...
11/03/2020

Tell us what you think? Take the OGE programming survey.

The Graduate Student Assembly and the Office of Graduate Education want to know your thoughts on our upcoming OGE programming.

Take the Survey: http://utd.edu/t/6587

Self Care Workshop: Pandemic EditionWed., Nov.412-1pmNot doing so hot with achieving a sense of balance? Has the pandemi...
11/02/2020

Self Care Workshop: Pandemic Edition
Wed., Nov.4
12-1pm

Not doing so hot with achieving a sense of balance? Has the pandemic thrown off your old self-care routine? What even IS self-care during a global pandemic? These are all great questions that we will answer in our Self-Care workshop with Dr. Alexavery Hawkins (they/them)! Come hear about ways to more effectively implement self-care in your daily life and restore the balance we all so desperately need in these challenging times.

Join live event here: http://utd.edu/t/6596

Hey!  We are on Instagram!  Follow us @OGEUTD
10/30/2020

Hey! We are on Instagram!

Follow us @OGEUTD

IBUILD Graduate Research Fellowship now accepting applications! The Innovation in Buildings (IBUILD) Graduate Research F...
10/29/2020

IBUILD Graduate Research Fellowship now accepting applications!

The Innovation in Buildings (IBUILD) Graduate Research Fellowship is now accepting applications through December 1, 2020 (5:00 PM EST). This new fellowship will support innovative graduate research that aligns with the mission of the US Department of Energy Building Technologies Office (BTO).

The IBUILD Graduate Research Fellowship program invites applications from students who are enrolled or intend to enroll in a research-focused master’s or PhD program. Students can apply : https://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/DOE-EERE-RPP-IBUILD-2020

For more information and details on program eligibility, please visit: https://ibuildfellowship.org/

Thank-a-Prof / Thank-a-TADo you have an instructor you would like to thank this semester? Please consider participating ...
10/29/2020

Thank-a-Prof / Thank-a-TA

Do you have an instructor you would like to thank this semester? Please consider participating in the “Thank-a-Prof / Thank-a-TA” program. Follow this link to access the form: https://eforms.utdallas.edu/ctl-thank-program

Thank a professor or teaching assistant at UT Dallas for facilitating a valuable learning experience. Thank professors or teaching assistants who have:
• Engaged you in your learning.
• Created an inclusive and supportive learning environment.
• Made it worthwhile to go to class.
• Made special effort to promote engagement and a personal touch in online or remote teaching.
• Taught you in innovative ways.
• Challenged you to excel inside and outside of the classroom.
• Inspired you to learn more and pursue your goals.
• Helped you overcome a difficulty or challenging learning experience.
How does Thank-a-Prof or Thank-a-TA work?
1. Compose your note using the online submission form.
2. Share details to tell your professor or TA why you are grateful.
3. Select if you want to include your name or if you prefer to remain anonymous.

The UT Dallas Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) will send a thank you note to the instructor on your behalf. Questions? Please contact [email protected]

What is a DOI anyway?Fri., Nov.611am-12pmHosted by The Office of Graduate Studies, The librarians of the McDermott Libra...
10/28/2020

What is a DOI anyway?
Fri., Nov.6
11am-12pm

Hosted by The Office of Graduate Studies, The librarians of the McDermott Library will delve into the mysterious world of DOIs. Where do they come from? What do they mean? How can they make your life easier?

Register at http://utd.edu/t/6519

The Zoom meeting link will be sent to those students registered.

"Research Showcase" Poster Competition  Fri., Oct. 3011 am–12:30 pmJoin the Office of Research as we showcase outstandin...
10/28/2020

"Research Showcase" Poster Competition
Fri., Oct. 30
11 am–12:30 pm

Join the Office of Research as we showcase outstanding work from our School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences
Vote real-time via text for your favorite finalist during this LIVE competition!

To watch from any browser, visit:
https://utd.link/ResearchShowcase
No event registration is required.

Graduate Student Assembly General Body Meeting Wed., Oct. 284–5 pmJoin us for a general meeting open to all graduate stu...
10/27/2020

Graduate Student Assembly General Body Meeting
Wed., Oct. 28
4–5 pm

Join us for a general meeting open to all graduate students. We’ll give updates on different initiatives and discuss future events and leadership opportunities.

GSA leadership will try to answer as many questions as possible at the end of the meeting. We will reach out to the students individually for responses which could not be covered during the meeting. Students can continue to submit questions even after the meeting.

Submit questions here: https://utdallas.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_dhRDAHtuRLJ6Zgx

Join live event here http://utd.edu/t/6489

Graduate Archer Fellowship Program Fall 2020 Information SessionsThe Archer Center’s Graduate Archer Fellowship Program ...
10/27/2020

Graduate Archer Fellowship Program Fall 2020 Information Sessions

The Archer Center’s Graduate Archer Fellowship Program was established in 2010 as a way to bring graduate students (masters, Ph.D., M.D., J.D) from University of Texas System universities to our nation’s capital. Archer Fellows have the opportunity to learn about policymaking and public service through a fulltime professional internship and classroom experiences.

The APPLICATION DEADLINE for the summer 2021 is November 5, 2020.

Please join us for a Graduate Archer Fellowship Program application Q&A session!

Thursday, October 29, 2020 | 2:00-3:00 p.m.
RSVP at: http://utd.edu/t/6544
*Students who have RSVP’d by 9:30 a.m. on the day of the event will receive a zoom link to the session by email.

For more information, visit www.archercenter.org

Instagram Live: The International Student's Guide to Academic EtiquetteTues., Oct. 273-4pmAcademic culture is different ...
10/26/2020

Instagram Live: The International Student's Guide to Academic Etiquette
Tues., Oct. 27
3-4pm

Academic culture is different in the US. Join ICP and the Office of Graduate Education to learn about U.S. academic culture and tips for communicating with professors while studying at UTD.

Join us on Instagram (@UTDICP) to attend.

Your research elevator speech (a grant writing workshop)Mon., Oct. 261:30–2 pmThis is the first section of the "Communic...
10/26/2020

Your research elevator speech (a grant writing workshop)
Mon., Oct. 26
1:30–2 pm

This is the first section of the "Communicating Your Research Within Limits" workshop. During this workshop, we will discuss how to summarize your research quickly and simply for both verbal communication and email communication.

Register at https://utdallas.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0PRWqIXK1pjLLCJ

The Office of Graduate Education Grant Writing Workshops are all online. Each workshop is between 1-2 hours long and broken down into a number of self-contained and shorter sections. Registration is required to attend. Email [email protected] with questions.

IBUILD Graduate Research Fellowship now accepting applications! The Innovation in Buildings (IBUILD) Graduate Research F...
10/23/2020

IBUILD Graduate Research Fellowship now accepting applications!

The Innovation in Buildings (IBUILD) Graduate Research Fellowship is now accepting applications through December 1, 2020 (5:00 PM EST). This new fellowship will support innovative graduate research that aligns with the mission of the US Department of Energy Building Technologies Office (BTO).

The IBUILD Graduate Research Fellowship program invites applications from students who are enrolled or intend to enroll in a research-focused master’s or PhD program. Students can apply : https://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/DOE-EERE-RPP-IBUILD-2020

For more information and details on program eligibility, please visit: https://ibuildfellowship.org/

Graduate Student Assembly General Body Meeting Wed., Oct. 284–5 pmJoin us for a general meeting open to all graduate stu...
10/23/2020

Graduate Student Assembly General Body Meeting
Wed., Oct. 28
4–5 pm

Join us for a general meeting open to all graduate students. We’ll give updates on different initiatives and discuss future events and leadership opportunities.

GSA leadership will try to answer as many questions as possible at the end of the meeting. We will reach out to the students individually for responses which could not be covered during the meeting. Students can continue to submit questions even after the meeting.

Submit questions here: https://utdallas.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_dhRDAHtuRLJ6Zgx

Join live event here http://utd.edu/t/6489

Thank-a-Prof / Thank-a-TADo you have an instructor you would like to thank this semester? Please consider participating ...
10/23/2020

Thank-a-Prof / Thank-a-TA

Do you have an instructor you would like to thank this semester? Please consider participating in the “Thank-a-Prof / Thank-a-TA” program. Follow this link to access the form: https://eforms.utdallas.edu/ctl-thank-program

Thank a professor or teaching assistant at UT Dallas for facilitating a valuable learning experience. Thank professors or teaching assistants who have:
• Engaged you in your learning.
• Created an inclusive and supportive learning environment.
• Made it worthwhile to go to class.
• Made special effort to promote engagement and a personal touch in online or remote teaching.
• Taught you in innovative ways.
• Challenged you to excel inside and outside of the classroom.
• Inspired you to learn more and pursue your goals.
• Helped you overcome a difficulty or challenging learning experience.

How does Thank-a-Prof or Thank-a-TA work?
1. Compose your note using the online submission form.
2. Share details to tell your professor or TA why you are grateful.
3. Select if you want to include your name or if you prefer to remain anonymous.

The UT Dallas Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) will send a thank you note to the instructor on your behalf. Questions? Please contact [email protected]

GEM GRAD LabSat., Oct, 2410 am–12 pm and 1-3 pmJoi us for the GEM GRAD Lab. A Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math...
10/22/2020

GEM GRAD Lab
Sat., Oct, 24
10 am–12 pm and 1-3 pm

Joi us for the GEM GRAD Lab. A Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math virtual webinar hosted by The University of Texas at Dallas and The University of Texas at Arlington.

Information and Registration at: www.gemfellowship.org/uta2020

Your research elevator speech (a grant writing workshop)Mon., Oct. 261:30–2 pmThis is the first section of the "Communic...
10/22/2020

Your research elevator speech (a grant writing workshop)
Mon., Oct. 26
1:30–2 pm

This is the first section of the "Communicating Your Research Within Limits" workshop. During this workshop, we will discuss how to summarize your research quickly and simply for both verbal communication and email communication.

Register at https://utdallas.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0PRWqIXK1pjLLCJ

The Office of Graduate Education Grant Writing Workshops are all online. Each workshop is between 1-2 hours long and broken down into a number of self-contained and shorter sections. Registration is required to attend. Email [email protected] with questions.

Healthy Relationships WorkshopThur., Oct. 224-5:15pmAttend live MS teams event at:  https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup...
10/21/2020

Healthy Relationships Workshop
Thur., Oct. 22
4-5:15pm

Attend live MS teams event at: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_MTc5NDJkNzAtNDUxZS00MjRiLWEzODEtOWQwMTE3MTA4Yzc5%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%228d281d1d-9c4d-4bf7-b16e-032d15de9f6c%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%226fe6fb4b-dcc7-4d36-adf0-b56cea6a57ec%22%7d

Have you ever wished your relationships were more balanced or fulfilling? This workshop will focus on identifying healthy and unhealthy relationship qualities, and building skills to actively improve your relationships. A focus will be placed on establishing and maintaining appropriate boundaries using assertiveness skills.

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800 W. Campbell Road FN31
Richardson, TX
75080-3021

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00

Telephone

(972) 883-2234

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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.