NAU Graduate College
Spring 2023 Announcements
Applications for the Graduate College Scholarship, Louis H. and Betty J. Quayle Scholarship, PFP Scholarship (faculty nomination required), and the Support for Graduate Student scholarship are now open! The application deadline for all of these scholarship opportunities is February 3rd.
The Graduate College is proud to announce we are accepting abstracts for the 2023 3MRP (Three Minute Research Project) competition! Abstracts are due for submission by Sunday, February 5, 2023 at 11:59 pm. Finalists will present their three-minute presentation in person on Thursday April 6, 2023, from 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm at the High Country Conference Center. The first place prize is $3,000, the second place prize is $2,000, and the third place prize is $1,000. Students can submit abstracts through our abstract submission form.
GSG Poster Symposium
The Graduate Student Government (GSG) is now accepting abstracts for the GSG Poster Symposium. This year the symposium will be held immediately after the 3MRP finals at 5:00 pm in the High Country Conference Center. Students submitting abstracts and posters must agree to attend this in-person event. The first place prize is $750, the second place prize is $500, and the third place prize is $250. Abstracts are due February 15th and can be submitted through the GSG’s poster abstract form. For any questions regarding the symposium, please email GSGPoster@nau.edu.
Virtual Commencement Booklet Deadline
For students who would like to be included in the Spring 2023 Virtual Commencement Booklet, the deadline to apply for graduation is February 15th. For instructions on how to apply for graduation please see our step-by-step guide on applying for graduation or email GradGraduation@nau.edu.
February Graduate Student Professional Development Opportunities
This month’s professional development opportunities for graduate students cover a variety of great topics. For dates, times and meeting information please see our list of February professional development opportunities.
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