The Department of Biomedical Engineering just received a grant from the National Cancer Institute to establish a center to conduct innovative cancer research. Graduate student Hayley Gillespie is giving a talk tomorrow at the Brackenridge Field Laboratory about the endangered Barton Springs Salamander. There will be free jazz music and hot chocolate on the Union Patio on Thursday evening…
You get the idea.
University of Texas graduate students and alumni are doing amazing things on campus and around the world every day, and there are a myriad of events, workshops and guest lectures to be a part of right here at UT every week. You don’t want to miss out on something great, but if you’re like most of us, are just a bit wary of joining yet another list serve. So what’s a busy grad student to do?
The answer is easy: Let us do the work for you!
The Graduate School is always working hard to keep you up-to-date on all the educational, inspirational and just plain fun things happening that are of interest to you. In addition to keeping up with this blog, follow us on Twitter and check out our Facebook pages to read about what your fellow graduate students (and Texas Exes) are up to, find ways to get involved in something new and view interesting photos and videos.
Blog (you know, that thing you’re on now?!): http://blogs.utexas.edu/gradnews/
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