The Dissertation Research Grant is a $750 award paid by The Graduate School to assist doctoral students with expenses associated with research necessary to prepare dissertations. The application cycle is currently closed.
Please contact David Beck at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions on current awards or future competitions.
The Graduate School and the Office of Research at the Florida State University request nominations for the Graduate Student Research and Creativity Awards Program. This awards program is designed to recognize the superior scholarship of FSU graduate students.
FSU graduate students will be recognized for their outstanding contributions to research and creative endeavors at the Celebration of Graduate Student Excellence held each spring. Awards of $675.00 will be made to students in three disciplinary categories: natural and physical sciences including mathematics and engineering; social and behavioral sciences; and the humanities and arts
For more information about the nomination/application process and submission of materials, please download the Nomination Instruction Form (PDF) by clicking here . You can also download the Nomination Instruction Form located in GradSpace (Funding and Awards > Student Awards and Grants). Blackboard log-in required.
Nomination materials (with endorsement letters) are due in the FSU Dropbox no later than 5:00 P.M., Monday, February 2, 2015.
Questions about the nomination process, materials preparation, etc. should be directed to Dr. Judith Devine (644-3501 or email@example.com ).
Sponsored annually by Florida State University’s Graduate School and the Congress of Graduate Students, this award recognizes outstanding graduate student leaders who are making a positive difference in their scholarly/creative, campus, and wider communities. Graduate students who exhibit strong leadership skills through such activities as peer mentoring, teaching, research, publishing, creative work, service, and/or participation in professional association activities are encouraged to apply. The person selected for the prestigious Leadership Award and his/her department is recognized at the Celebration of Graduate Student Excellence held each Spring. The Leadership Award recipient will also receive a $675.00 award.
Each applicant must provide the following to the FSU Graduate School:
Completed applications are due in the Graduate School (314 Westcott) no later than 5:00 P.M., Monday, February 2, 2015. The application cycle is currently closed.
The Graduate School appoints senior, experienced, teaching assistants (TA) as Program for Instructional Excellence (PIE) Teaching Associates to assist with academic departmental TA training and to serve as small group leaders and mentors during university-wide programs held by PIE. Associates are experienced teaching assistants nominated by their academic departments and selected and trained by the Program for Instructional Excellence. Teaching Associates receive a stipend of $2000 per academic year. This stipend is in addition to the TA stipend (and waiver) that will be provided by the department.
For more information regarding the Associate Program, please contact: (850) 644-3501 or email Lisa Liseno at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsored annually by the Florida State University’s Graduate School these awards recognize outstanding graduate student teaching assistants (TAs) for their distinguished contributions to student learning through excellence in instruction. Recipients of the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Awards (OTAA) are recognized at the annual spring Celebration of Graduate Student Excellence event. Information about the nomination and selection process can be found at: http://pie.fsu.edu/
For more information regarding the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Awards, please contact Lisa Liseno at email@example.com
The Three Minute Thesis (3MT™) is a research communication competition developed by The University of Queensland, Australia. The exercise develops academic, presentation, and research communication skills and supports the development of students' capacities to effectively explain their research in language appropriate to an intelligent but non-specialist audience.
Doctoral students have three minutes to present a compelling oration on their dissertation topic and its significance. 3MT™ is not an exercise in trivializing or ‘dumbing-down’ research but forces students to consolidate their ideas and crystalize their research discoveries.
Currently enrolled doctoral students at Florida State University will be eligible to participate in 3MT™. Graduates and master's students are not eligible.
Communication style: Was the thesis topic and its significance communicated in language appropriate to an intelligent but non-specialist audience?
Comprehension: Did the presentation help the audience understand the research?
Engagement: Did the presentation make the audience want to know more?
To watch other universities’ winning presentations, please click here http://threeminutethesis.org/3mt-showcase
Emory University http://www.gs.emory.edu/professional_development/3MT%20.html
Purdue University http://www.gradschool.purdue.edu/ese/symposium/3MT.cfm
University of Georgia http://www.grad.uga.edu/3MT/