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Campus Events for Graduate Students

“I’ve been to the mountaintop" - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s final speech

Tuesday, January 24
12:00 p.m. (noon)
Meadowlark Room, MU 

This is a series of forums that provide for an open space for students and employees to engage in critical dialogues around topics of diversity. 

Tuesday, February 7
7:00 p.m., Stoker's Basement
Speaker:  Brian D. Wisenden, Chair
                 Biosciences Department, Minnesota State University Moorhead

Human behavior is not determined by "free will" as much as many would think. Behavior is regulated by interactions between genes and the environment. This talk will review general principles of behavior, using non-humans as examples, and then apply these principles to aspects of human behavior: mate choice and homicide.

Free and open to the public. Attendees must be 21 or older, or accompanied by a parent or guardian.

For more information, contact Diane Goede at Diane.Goede@ndsu.edu or (701) 231-7412.

Gear Up for Grants Seminar: Working with K-12

Wednesday, February 15
3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Hidatsa Room-MU 

Speakers:
Holly Erickson, STEM Outreach Coordinator
NDSU College of Engineering
Dana Davis, Director of Outreach and Community Engagement
NDSU College of Health Professions

Presented by Holly Erickson, STEM Outreach Coordinator for the NDSU College of Engineering, and Dana Davis, Director of Outreach and Community Engagement for the NDSU College of Health Professions

This seminar will provide advice and guidance for faculty who are seeking to develop collaborations with elementary and high schools and other organizations that work with children and students in grades K-12.  For questions related to the seminar, please contact NDSU Research Development.

Sponsored by Research Development

Gear Up for Grants: Interactive Grant Proposal Development Workshop

Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Prairie Rose Room-MU

This highly interactive all-day workshop will cover setting your research and education agendas, identifying and understanding funding agencies, talking to Program Officers, planning your project, writing the proposal (section by section), understanding the review process, and interpreting and responding to reviews. Workshop materials will include the slides, examples, and additional resources and will be provided on memory sticks to be distributed to each participant.

Sponsored by Research Development
Presented by Academic Research Funding Strategies, LLC

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