The Dissertation Research Grant is an award paid by The Graduate School to assist doctoral students with expenses associated with research necessary to prepare dissertations.Awards will be $1,000 for top tier awardees and up to $750 for second tier awardees. The tiers will be determined by the rankings of the review committee. The applicant must complete the online application and submit their CV as well as the major professor's statement form to The Graduate School prior to the deadline. The application cycle is now closed.
Please contact David Beck at GS-DRG@admin.fsu.edu with any questions.
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 $750.00 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 > Award Competitions and Grants > Student Awards and Grants). Blackboard log-in required.
Nomination materials (with endorsement letters) are due in the FSU Dropbox. The application cycle is now closed.
Questions about the nomination process, materials preparation, etc. should be directed to Dr. Judith Devine (644-3501 or firstname.lastname@example.org ).
Sponsored annually by Florida State University’s Graduate School and the Congress of Graduate Students (COGS), the Leadership Award recognizes outstanding graduate student leaders who are making a positive difference in their scholarly/creative work, campus, and wider communities. Graduate students who exhibit strong leadership skills are encouraged to apply. The person selected for the prestigious Leadership Award and his/her program will be recognized at the Celebration of Graduate Student Excellence held each spring semester. All nominees are recognized at the event. The Leadership Award recipient will also receive a $750.00 award.
Each applicant must be an enrolled, FSU degree-seeking or professional graduate student in good academic standing and must provide the following to the FSU Graduate School:
Please be sure to review the Leadership Award Instruction Form as many of the guidelines, criteria, and application procedures from last year have changed. You can also download the Instruction Form from GradSpace (Funding and Awards > Award Competitions and Grants > Student Awards and Grants). Blackboard log-in required.
The application cycle for this award is now closed. Completed applications are due no later than 5:00 PM on Monday, February 1, 2016.
Questions pertaining to the Leadership Award should be directed to James Beck (644-3501 or email@example.com )
The Graduate School is pleased to announce a new competition to recognize the artistic talents of graduate students at Florida State University. Cash awards will be coupled with an exhibition of the selected works in the Honors, Scholars and Fellows House on the FSU Campus for one year (April 2016-April 2017). A parallel program opportunity is being offered to undergraduate students. Submissions will be judged separately.
We are looking for two high quality works of art that clearly show excellence in visual arts. While all mediums will be considered, there are limited exhibition spaces in the Honors, Scholars and Fellows House as noted below. The graduate awards will be presented at the Celebration of Graduate Student Excellence held each spring in the month of April. The two graduate student winners will each be awarded $750. The award winners must agree to display their “winning” art work in the Honors, Scholars and Fellows House and the installation must remain up for one year (April 2016-April 2017).
The competition is open to all currently enrolled, degree seeking graduate and professional students in good academic standing. Applicants should consider the criteria for submitted artwork by reviewing the Award Information Form .
This announcement is posted at: http://art.fsu.edu/programs/department-of-art-student-awards/excellence-in-the-visual-arts-awards-graduate/
Applicants must complete the form on the Art Department webpage at: https://form.jotform.com/53124186030949 : This will ask for:
The application cycle for this award is currently open. All submissions are due by January 29, 2016.
If you have any general questions, please contact The Graduate School at 850-644-3501.
If you have questions regarding artwork eligibility or installation, please contact the Art on Campus Director, Professor Lilian Garcia-Roig at firstname.lastname@example.org
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 for the 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 PIE Teaching Associate Program, please see the PIE website (http://pie.fsu.edu/PIE-Teaching-Associate-Assistantship2 ) or contact Lisa Liseno at email@example.com
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
All 3MT Finalists will receive $50 and will be eligible for one of the three awards, 1st Place ($500), 2nd Place ($350), and the People’s Choice ($250) selected by the audience.
Registration Open: TBA
Preliminary Rounds: TBA
Finalist Competition: Tuesday, November 29, 2016 *Save the Date*
Currently enrolled doctoral students at Florida State University will be eligible to participate in 3MT™. Graduates and master's students are not eligible.
Prior to the 3-Minutes Thesis (3MT™), the Graduate School hosts workshops for graduate students intending to enter the competition. This year, the Graduate School hosted two workshops on September 18, 2015 to assist students on how to demonstrate effective and ineffective techniques for the 3MT slide development.
* Each finalist will receive a certificate and a $50 award.
Comprehension and Content: Did the presentation help the audience understand the research and was the thesis topic and its significance communicated in language appropriate for an intelligent but non-specialist audience?
Engagement and Communication: Did the oration make the audience want to know more?
To watch other universities’ winning presentations, please click here http://threeminutethesis.org/3mt-showcase
3MT Finals 2015- Atanaska Dobreva: http://mediasite.capd.fsu.edu/Mediasite/Play/c6e0570b0ece4ce8bbb21def726dd0341d
3MT Finals 2015- Margaret Scheiner: http://mediasite.capd.fsu.edu/Mediasite/Play/2199b76117704c1dae19140d8f0c22ae1d
3MT Finals 2015- Austin Schwarts: http://mediasite.capd.fsu.edu/Mediasite/Play/30f5407adeaf4145a3a9eda6a5c4c7211d
3MT Finals 2015- Andrew Vonasch: http://mediasite.capd.fsu.edu/Mediasite/Play/df86fc6ce9f94ff4acfcbf33fa1c0b971d
3MT Finals 2015- Matt Podlogar: http://mediasite.capd.fsu.edu/Mediasite/Play/0a2780cdf2274afaa6d146df1a8225e11d
3MT Finals 2015- Frank Annie: http://mediasite.capd.fsu.edu/Mediasite/Play/a1a7a78d733544cd9c669e1059bc0ff91d
3MT Finals 2015- Stella Min: http://mediasite.capd.fsu.edu/Mediasite/Play/1c8dadd7ed3d4a4492aa37fe5a9096d31d
3MT Finals 2015- Stephanie Bradley: http://mediasite.capd.fsu.edu/Mediasite/Play/1be2595a23e04f988d6b16c2b8a542551d
3MT Finals 2015- Nandita Abhyankar: http://mediasite.capd.fsu.edu/Mediasite/Play/a526fdb85bab459e9abfe7c2dee4eb5e1d
3MT Finals 2015- Aniket Ingrole: http://mediasite.capd.fsu.edu/Mediasite/Play/a750dea05b2f48b08c180c1ccddc5ed21d
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/