Events

Mar 26, 2019
Please bring a laptop to this event. If you do not have a laptop, please arrive a few minutes early to borrow a laptop from the Tisch Library circulation desk. Are you graduating, or starting to think about how to take your research with you after graduation no matter where you are in your career? Learn about the options you have when depositing your thesis or dissertation with ProQuest, how to understand and exercise your rights to that work, and what an embargo might mean for it. Learn about post-grad storage options for work you have stored in Box or on a Tufts research drive, strategies for taking your email with you, and about access to Tufts resources after graduation. A light dinner will be provided at 5:30 pm. This is a NOD workshop.
Mar 27, 2019
Come and visit the Tufts University booth to learn more about our dynamic graduate programs!
Mar 28, 2019
All graduate students, post-docs, and faculty are invited to this bi-annual event exploring the role of women in STEM, addressing the historical and contemporary challenges facing them, and celebrating the successes of women scientists. Students, postdoctoral scholars, and faculty are all welcome to register and attend.  Ms. Debbie Martínez is the Execution Manager for the Transformative Aeronautics Concepts Program (TACP)/ Convergent Aeronautics Solutions (CAS) Project. The CAS project conducts short-duration research activities to establish early-stage concepts and the feasibility of technology with high potential to solve key barriers associated with large-scale aeronautics problems. Ms. Debbie Martínez is an Engineer Project Manager working at NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC) since 1990 supporting NASA aeronautics and space exploration missions. She has over 28 years of experience in engineering, technical, and managerial positions supporting both Aeronautics and Space mission projects. Ms. Martínez is a proactive participant in NASA educational outreach program efforts. She participates in the NASA LaRC Speakers Bureau which has enabled her to be an international ambassador promoting NASA mission work to numerous government agencies/military, academic institutions’ and professional events/panels. In December 2016, Ms. Martínez served on the “Modern Figures In Space Exploration” panel in commemoration of the Hidden Figures movie prescreening event hosted in the White House by First Lady Michelle Obama. (Read more here).  For the past 20 years, she has served as NASA LaRC Hispanic Employee Program (HEP, Presidential Executive Order 13171) Hispanic Advisory Group (HAG) chair under LaRC Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO) and the HEP@NASA LaRC site webmaster (https://oeop.larc.nasa.gov/hep). She has established and maintains the four (4) minority web sites (Latina Women of NASA, NASA Hispanic Astronauts, WON LaRC, and NASA HEP) which provide young women and Hispanics everywhere with on-line mentors. In 2016, she established and chairs the Hispanic Employee Advisory Committee (HEAC) Employee Resource Group (ERG). She is a co-founding member of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers Southeast Virginia (SHPE/SEVA) chapter (2004), a member of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Hampton Roads Chapter, and a member of American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). In addition to receiving numerous NASA Accomplishment, Performance and Team/Group Excellence awards, she has been the recipient of industry awards such as the 2016 HENAAC Great Minds in STEM Award - Community Service Award, 2015 Career Achievement Award at the Women of Color STEM Conference, and the 2014 ODU Batten College of Engineering & Technology’s Pioneer Award. She has been featured in various textbook, magazine articles, web sites, local Hampton Roads radio and international talk shows and Hispanic Television shows & Newspapers (such as Telemundo, and San Juan El Nuevo Dia). Dinner will be served beginning at 5:30 pm. This is a NOD workshop. Registration is now accessible through this calendar event, below.
Mar 29, 2019
Come and visit the Tufts University booth to learn more about our dynamic graduate programs!
Apr 1, 2019
Graduate students are welcome to drop by anytime in these weekly office hours to ask questions and get information from GSAS Dean's Office staff. Staff may also be available by appointment - please email gsas@tufts.edu.
Apr 1, 2019
Come meet other Black and African American graduate students from across the Tufts community for an opportunity to socialize, network, and join one another in solidarity. This event is open to graduate students in the School of Arts and Sciences, School of Engineering, and the Fletcher School. Food and drinks will be provided. This event is sponsored by the GSAS Community Fellows.
Apr 3, 2019
We will be transported into a real-world gaming environment! Teams of 3-5 guests literally move through our obstacles tackling a a variety of mental and physical challenges. No video games, no virtual reality, no special clothing or equipment....real people, real Questing, real adrenaline and heart-pumping excitement! Please get yourselves there! Tickets will be sold from the Mayer Campus center for $5 starting March 11th. Only 50 tickets available! Tickets will increase to $10 a week before the event so get them ASAP! https://tuftstickets.universitytickets.com/w/default.aspx 
Apr 4, 2019
Students may drop classes on SIS until 11:59 p.m. For more information visit the Registrar's website.
Apr 4, 2019
Undergraduates must complete the PASS/FAIL form by 11:59 p.m. Visit the Registrar's site for information on the PASS/FAIL option: http://students.tufts.edu/registrar/what-we-assist/course-registration-a...
Apr 4, 2019
Meet our graduate school Deans, including GSAS Dean Bob Cook and Sarah Herchel, SoE Dean Karen Panetta. Coffee and light lunch will be provided.
Apr 4, 2019
An introduction to leadership styles, beginning with your own leadership style and examining the way others lead to begin to develop an understanding of which leadership style(s) may fit best for you.  This is a Notation Track workshop. Dinner will be provided prior to the workshop, from 5:30 – 6:00 pm. Registration is required for this workshop.
Apr 5, 2019
Apr 5, 2019
Capstone in a series on grantsmanship, with a focus on academic grants. Students participating in this workshop are required to submit a draft of a first page of a current grant proposal by April 1. Delving into the critical first-page Overview or Executive Summary of any proposal, this session will be a peer review-style workshop on a grant students intend to submit. Led by experts with the Office of Research Development, the session focuses on how students can 'hook' their review readers from the first section reviewers will see and set their proposal up to be funded. Workshop take-aways include: assessment of specific drafts students are working on, tips and overviews of effective strategies for engaging readers, feedback from the Office of Research Development staff on drafts in progress. Students without a grant in mind but who want to participate are encouraged to contact ariana.hajmiragha@tufts.edu at least 2 weeks prior to this session.  Lunch will be served. This is a NOD workshop.
Apr 8, 2019
Graduate students are welcome to drop by anytime in these weekly office hours to ask questions and get information from GSAS Dean's Office staff. Staff may also be available by appointment - please email gsas@tufts.edu.

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