Grad School Holds Appreciation Week
The School of Graduate Studies went all out for its 2019 Inaugural Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week April 1-4
Alabama A&M University's School of Graduate Studies slated activies for its 2019 Inaugural Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week April 1-4.
As part of the package, the Office of Sponsored Programs' Susan Phelan conducted a two-hour Grant Opportunity Workshop on Monday, April 1, in the Bertha M. Jones Conference Center, located in the Carver Complex-Hobson Wing.
On Tuesday, April 2, Dr. Vernetta Williams led a three-session workshop to “Cultivate the Writer” in the Bertha M. Jones Conference Center. The workshop encompassed segments on “Mastering Writing at the Macro Level: The Body Paragraph”; “First Things First: Selecting a Thesis that Reflects the Scope of Your Research Project”; and “Being Productive: A Project Management Approach to Completing Your Thesis/Dissertation.”
Dr. Anthony Junior, a former manager of the Office of Naval Research, addressed the subject “Entrepreneurship: The Gift that Keeps on Giving” in the New Residence Hall on Wednesday, April 3. Later that day, LRC’s Sam Johnson conducted two Grammarly workshops.
Concluding Student Appreciation Week was Dr. James Bukenya, AAMU director of research compliance, who, on April 4, conducted a 10:30 a.m. workshop on “Academic Integrity and Ethics in Research” in the New Residence Hall.
For additional information on upcoming activities and dates, contact Natasha Sullivan, Office of Graduate Studies, at (256) 372-5299.