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GSA News – 3/27/03

Graduate Academic Conference

The Fourth Annual Graduate Academic Conference is geared towards making easier the lives graduate students in pursuit of higher education. A number of professional seminars will be held throughout the day. These seminars include:*Secrets of Survival at UMB Informational Sharing*Effective PowerPoint Presentations*Research Tools*Grant Proposal Development and Funding Sources*Resume Building, Job Searching & Interviewing Skills Seminars will be running throughout the day on April 11th 2003. For a detailed schedule of events, please check the GSA web site at http://www.gsa.umb.edu.

The GSA also invites all graduate students to attend the “Graduate Academic Luncheon” at 12pm as well as the “Academic Research Poster Reception” at 3:30pm. Please RSVP by e-mailing the Graduate Student Assembly at [email protected].

Dissertation Defense

Ph.D. Margaret HartTitle: Factors Predicting the Types of Assistance Used for Specific Activities of Daily Living by Community Dwelling ElderlyDate: Thursday, April 3rd at 1pmPlace: Provost’s Conference Room, 8th Floor Healey Library Grant Deadlines

The Spayne Master’s Thesis/Project Grant and the Bollinger Doctoral Thesis Grant deadlines are fast approaching. Please make sure the applications are completed and returned to the GSA office by April 24th, 2003.