Professional Development Awards
These continue to be competitive awards, with a deadline of one month prior to travel. Awards of up to $500 (provided a $300 department match) are available for travel to significant professional meetings. Students are limited to receiving two awards during their graduate career. DPA Travel Application
Workshop Opportunities for Graduate Students
Proposal Writing Workshop
This session is designed for those who are interested in funding opportunities for students from diverse backgrounds.
Who: Graduate and Undergraduate Students
When: November 30th, 2011 6:00-7:30 pm
Where: 205 Gore Hall, Newark, DE
Getting Ready to Teach Your Own Course Over Winter Session
Sponsored by the Center for Teaching and Learning, and is designed for Graduate students teaching a winter course. Seating is limited, so register early.
Who: Graduate Students teaching during the 2012 winter session
When: December 8th, 2011, 9:30 am- 12:00 pm
Where: 310 Gore Hall
More information can be found at http://cte.udel.edu/events/on-campus
Designed for Graduate students who are commencing writing of their dissertation or find their writing has stalled.
Who: Graduate Students composing their Dissertation
When: Winter and Summer sessions
Further details concerning the above opportunities are available online-http://www.cas.udel.edu/writing-center/Pages/Dissertation-Boot-Camp.aspx
Doctoral dissertation defenses include public presentations that the University community is invited to attend. The schedule may be found online- http://www.udel.edu/gradoffice/academics
Responsible Conduct in Research Training 2012
One-Day Workshop in collaboration with the Research Office. This year's training will cover research ethics and areas of compliance.
Who: Graduate Students and Post-Doctoral Fellows
When: February 1st & 2nd 2012 9:00 am- 4:30 pm
Where: Trabant University Center
More information can be found at http://www.udel.edu/research/researchers/rcr.html
Global Research, Internships and Performances for Graduate Students
Who: Graduate Students
What: Graduate student travel to conduct investigations in renowned collections, to study cultures to collect scientific data, etc. This competitive funding program will provide awards up to $5000 for travel during summer 2012 and winter 2013.
When: Applications due February 15, 2012
More information can be found here
Engineering, Sciende & Technology Career Fair
Who: Job Seekers, Non-UD Job Seekers & Experienced Candidates
What: The fair is open to all applicants from engineering, technology, and science related backgrounds and majors (including students, alumni, and experienced candidates from the greater community), to meet with hiring organizations regarding full-time, part-time, and internship opportunities.
When: Tuesday, February 28, 2012, 12:00pm to 3:30 pm
Where: University of Delaware Bob Carpenter Sports Building/ Convocation Center
Cultural Competency Lecture and Workshops
Who: Postdotoral Fellows and Graduate Students
What: The workshop is titled "The Intercultural Classroom: How to Recognize and Effectively Respond to Culturally Different Communication Styles."
When: Friday April 20th, 2012, 1:30pm to 3:00pm
Where: 100 Wolf Hall
To reserve a spot for the workshop pleace email Heather Doty at email@example.com
The Certificate in Computational Science and Engineering (CCSE)
CCSE is a an exciting opportunity to develop your computational skills as part of a degree program or part time if you already have a career going. The program is interdisciplinary: Two colleges (Arts and Science, and Engineering) and seven departments are cooperating to bring this program into existence:
- Computer and Information Sciences,
- Mathematical Sciences,
- Physics and Astronomy,
- Chemical Engineering,
- Civil and Environmental Engineering,
- Electrical and Computer Engineering,
- Mechanical Engineering.
Students earn the Certificate by taking 15 credits from three different departments, more details can be found in Program Details.
Higher Education Teaching Certification Program
The Higher Education Teaching Certification program approaches teaching as scholarly work and it intends to supplement, advance, and extend existing university-wide and departmental graduate teaching assistant (TA) training efforts. It is designed primarily to enhance the teaching effectiveness of TAs while at the University of Delaware and to provide a systematic preparation for all aspects of academic careers. Teaching certification is awarded upon completion of all program aspects and it is included in the participant's official transcript. Participants need to have at least one semester of teaching experience (i.e., classroom instruction, studio teaching, discussion session facilitation, or laboratory instruction) prior to starting the program, and include in their application a statement of support from a faculty member in the discipline. Interested graduate students apply for admission directly to the Center for Teaching Effectiveness. There is no tuition charge for the program.
More details can be found at HETC Program Website.