October 1, 2019
FABE Graduate
Student Newsletter
Announcement:
FABE Graduate Program Course Credit Requirements Changed

On September 6, 2019, the FABE Graduate Faculty approved the change in the minimum number of course credits required for the MS program from 20 to 15; and the minimum course requirements for the Ph.D. program from 30 to 20.  

Thus, a student going from a BS to a Ph.D. directly would require 35 credits total.

These changes come into effect immediately. If a student already has exceeded these credits, there is no problem. However, if they have not yet met their credit hour requirements, these new requirements would apply to them.

A revised Graduate Program Handbook will soon be available. Please use it for your future reference.
Upcoming Events
Mix and Mingle 2019
Wednesday, October 16, 4:30 - 6:30 p.m., 115 BRT
You are invited to attend the inaugural ‘Mix & Mingle’ event hosted by the PDA. Network with recruiters and professionals from industry, government, and academia looking to hire talented individuals! 

Get your resume to the top of the pile - We will be collecting resumes to distribute to companies to preview before the event!

We will send updates as more companies register to join us!

Space is limited, so RSVP now:

Upload your resume here for employers to preview before the event:
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Resources
Specific topics covered in the article include the following:
  • Article types that can be published in journals outside of the typical research article
  • How to select an appropriate journal to submit your manuscript and discussion on the journal impact factor
  • How to organize the manuscript and steps to take prior to submission to ensure a smooth review process
  • Common mistakes made by authors in the first version of a manuscript
  • The peer-review process and what to expect after acceptance of your manuscript
  • Opportunities for professional recognition
Other Opportunities
Applicant Webinars Available in September
Thank you for your interest in the Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) application process. You may register now to attend a virtual GRFP Applicant Webinar being held in September.

These webinar sessions provide an overview of the GRFP Program and application process and are conducted via Zoom videoconferencing. 

Each webinar is limited to 500 participants, so please register as soon as possible for the earliest session that fits your schedule to ensure space in the webinar. If you are not able to participate live, a recorded webinar will be available on the nsfgrfp.org website.
 
More information is available here:    GRFP 2020 APPLICANT WEBINAR INFORMATION NOTICE
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