Events

Oct 18, 2017
2017 SACNAS is brought to you by Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS). For over 40 years SACNAS has been the leading multicultural and multidisciplinary STEM diversity organization in the country. Since its inception, our SACNAS family has grown from the number of people who can fit in to an elevator to over 25,000 SACNISTAs (members, partners, and friends).
Oct 19, 2017
Join Dr. Zarin Machanda, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, in a talk reflecting on her research, her career, and the unique experience of engaging in fieldwork as a woman. Dr. Machanda will discuss successes, challenges, and her thoughts about the choices we all must make in navigating the complex and rich terrain of being a woman – and supporting our women colleagues – in STEM fields. A portion of the evening will be dedicated to Q&A for further discussion. Dr. Zarin Machanda is the Director of Long-term Research at the Kibale Chimpanzee Project, located in Uganda, where she studies the quality and development of social relationships among wild chimpanzees. Her most recent research investigates the development of sex-typed adult behaviors through a long-term study of infant and juvenile chimpanzees. Dr. Machanda is also on the Board of the Kasiisi Project, a community development organization for the Kibale National Park surrounding area, and holds a secondary appointment in the Department of Biology.
This is a Notation Track workshop. Dinner will be provided during the workshop, from 6:00 - 8:30 pm. Registration is required for this workshop.
Oct 20, 2017
This year’s annual Graduate Humanities Conference will explore the theme of “Reworking Labor.”  Join us for a series of thought-provoking panels by graduate students from Tufts and institutions across the country as well as a keynote by Professor Ann Stoler, Willy Brandt Distinguished Professor of Anthropology and History at the New School.
Oct 21, 2017
The Graduate Portfolio Day & Information Fairs are for students that have already completed a Bachelor’s degree program and are looking to further their education at the graduate level. They follow the same format as the National Portfolio Days but provide prospective MFA, MArch, MA and Post-Baccalaureate students’ feedback on their portfolios as suited for admission to a graduate course of study. In addition, these sessions give students the opportunity to learn more about the curricula, faculty, application procedures and other graduate program information. As with the National Portfolio Days, the Graduate Portfolio Days are not an examination, nor are they a competition. Attendees should not expect to gain either admission or scholarship to colleges visited during the event. They will have the opportunity, however, to get specific information about the quality, depth and consistency of portfolio requirements required at the graduate level from each school visited; direct feedback on their artwork; and the next steps for applying for admission. Students interested in undergraduate degree programs are encouraged to attend a National Portfolio Day in their area. Representatives at Graduate Portfolio Days will not be able to review portfolios of students interested in undergraduate degrees.
Oct 23, 2017
Meet the Deans and chat with them about anything in the informal setting. Free lunch and coffee are provided.  We will be focusing our discussion this month on graduate student mental health.
Oct 23, 2017
BEAM, Stanford Career Education invites you to participate in our annual Graduate School Fair. This is a great opportunity to build a presence for your institution or program and meet talented Stanford students and alumni looking to explore graduate school opportunities. We also invite interested candidates from surrounding schools and the community to attend. Please note the time of this event is listed as PST*
Oct 23, 2017
Emory’s annual Grad School Fair is an excellent opportunity to get up close and personal with our dynamic student population and engage with students who are primed to hear more about graduate and professional school programs. With approximately 30% of each graduating class going on to pursue advanced education directly after graduation, Emory students are primed for attendance at the Grad School Fair. Average yearly attendance is approximately 350 students per year
Oct 24, 2017
Attend WE17—the world’s largest conference and career fair for women in engineering and technology—to connect with thousands who share your engineering outlook. Together, you’ll learn, find new jobs or internships and be inspired. You’ll connect with new friends and mentors, or re-connect with colleagues and classmates you've grown with.
Oct 25, 2017
This workshop offers tools to overcome stumbling blocks that many of us experience in graduate school. Learn to identify how negative thoughts affect emotions and behavior, develop ways to approach challenges in a healthy manner, and expand your strategies for managing stress. Facilitated by the Counseling Center. This is a Notation Track workshop. Lunch will be provided during the workshop, from 12:00 – 2:00 pm. Registration is required for this workshop.
Oct 25, 2017
Come join us for a movie and food! Movie poll is still up.  This event is hosted by CSLoL.
Oct 25, 2017
Find out if a graduate degree in Applied Child Development is right for you. Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Study and Human Development at Tufts University is one of the country's leading departments serving children, youth, and families through its research, practice, and teaching. Food will be served
Oct 26, 2017
Like dressing up/wearing costumes? Wearing/decorating fun masks? Arts and crafts? Costume contests, candy, and all things Halloween? Then come to the GSC Halloween Masquerade and Costume Party! Start your Halloween weekend off right! Bring your Tufts ID to enter. Stay tuned for more details!
Oct 26, 2017
The play takes place over a seven-year period in various locations in Ireland and America. Anna, a graduate student, is writing her dissertation on Keats's punctuation and has just begun dating Sean, an Irish personal trainer. Their developing relationship, complicated by issues of class and geography, becomes a kind of "connect the dots" game as they are almost never seen together onstage. Through the experience of characters drawn into Anna and Sean's emotional orbit, Kin becomes a reflection on community. More information and Tickets Available here.

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