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March 23, 2022
Siobhan Oca teaches a course

Being an instructor of record (IOR) while you are in graduate school is a golden opportunity for you to engage in professional and personal development, strengthen your scholarship, and advance your career prospects.

March 16, 2022

You’ve seen the Alumni Profiles published by your colleagues. What inspired them to interview a graduate alum, and what did they gain from the experience? Hear takeaways from four recent authors—and find out how you can get involved.

March 10, 2022
Dean's Awards collage

Five graduate students, three faculty members, and a student-led group received this year's awards recognizing outstanding efforts in mentoring, teaching, and creating inclusive spaces for graduate education

March 10, 2022

The Electrical and Computer Engineering Advocacy for Student Engagement organization aims to build a community within the ECE department through social, academic, wellbeing, and outreach events.

March 10, 2022

"Lauren went above and beyond for the class, whether it was lecture notes, her review sessions, extra material to help us study, or office hours, she knew front-to-back what she was talking about and was always eager and energetic and put in all her effort."

March 10, 2022

“In our co-teaching collaborations, I have seen Emmaline use evidence-based teaching strategies and incorporate student feedback to improve students’ overall learning experience in the course.”

March 10, 2022

"Mentorship, to Ms. Levy, is not a burden or a requirement to check off, but rather an opportunity to invest in a younger student and guide them as they grow as a scientist and person."

March 10, 2022

"Not only does Ms. Davenport go out of her way to improve, expand and supplement her pedagogical repertoire, but she’s also a leader in helping others to do likewise."

March 10, 2022

Katrina Wilson

Dean’s Award for Excellence in Mentoring
Ph.D. Candidate in Biomedical Engineering

March 10, 2022

"His research guidance has proved invaluable so far, as he has helped me learn how to differentiate between good and bad ideas and how to turn vague ideas into actual projects with clear, answerable research questions."