Graduate Research Day Expands into Conference
April 11, 2007
The Graduate Student Organization and the graduate school, in a cooperative
effort with the Undergraduate Research Conference, will hold a graduate
research conference Thursday, April 19, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the
All graduate students and all kinds of creations or research, from startup
business plans to storm water exhibits to cello solos, are welcome. To
register, go to http://www.gradschool.unh.edu/asp_bin/research_conf_reg.asp.
The GRC will also offer support for graduating students, and promote graduate
presentations and awards throughout the week. Events include:
4-6 p.m. MUB entertainment center, room 28. Poetry, nonfiction and fiction
students finishing the new MFA in writing will read from their work. Second
reading April 25 also 4-6 p.m.. Same location.
Studio Art Thesis Exhibition
April 20, 6- 8 p.m. Paul Arts Center. Preview reception.
April 21- May 2. Two candidates for the Master of Fine Arts degree in
painting, Sarah Meyers and James Rohal, present their work. Cosponsored
by the art history department.
Friday, April 20, the Preparing Future Faculty series will host a discussion
of student mentoring and advising. Bethany Cooper at the Career Counseling
center will meet with graduate students any time during the week, by appointment,
to talk about life after graduate school.
Paul J. Holloway Prize
May 3, New England Conference Center. 1 p.m.; Graduates compete at 3 p.m.
Awards 5-6 p.m.
Students present competing practical and creative ideas for starting,
acquiring or expanding a business. The Whittemore School will award prizes
to one graduate and one undergraduate team in two business categories,
Lifestyle and High Growth.