March 03, 2016
Financial symposium for graduate students is Monday
A discussion of financial issues that students face during and after graduate school will be Monday, March 7, in Morris Library’s John C. Guyon Auditorium.
The symposium, “Money Talks: Financial Symposium for Graduate Students,” is at 3 p.m. Dean Yueh-Ting Lee said the goal is for students to be engaged and informed so they can thrive. The event is open to the public.
James E. Garvey, interim vice chancellor for research, will discuss how students can apply for external grants, and Tawanda Greer-Medley, associate professor in psychology, will offer advice on how to negotiate for jobs. Other panelists include Lee, Crystal Marlow, academic contract supervisor in the graduate school, and Terri Harfst, director, Office of Financial Aid. In addition, two graduate school students will share their own experiences.
For more information, contact the Graduate School at firstname.lastname@example.org or 536-7791.