The Graduate Council is excited to bring back the Graduate Student Leadership Recognition Awards (G-SLRA) Program for the 2017-18 academic year! The Council recently approved a funding increase to this year's award that will double the number of awardees from 10 to 20, and increase each award's amount from $350 to $500.
As we review Travel Fund applications, we often come across applicants who are doing some very interesting research, and we are glad to share some of their stories with you! This week, we interview Amy Tang, who used GC Travel Funding to travel to the Low Temperature Detectors workshop in Kurume, Japan.
This week, we interview Madeleine Toups, who used GC Travel Funding to travel to the Clinton Global Initiative Conference in Boston to present a data-driven approach to reduce adolescent sexual violence.
Coltan is a 2nd year PhD student in the Department of Comparative Human Development and a Fellow of the Institute for Mind and Biology, with a background in cultural anthropology, biology, and forensics. Currently, his research focuses on how people behave when engaging
with violence and fear.
We are excited to announce our new website that will continue to be updated over the coming weeks as we prep next year's executive team to lead our new and expanding opportunities.