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Grad Guide Weekly Highlights

January 15, 2015

MLK Commemoration Celebration: “What Does Justice Look Like?”

Thursday, January 15, 6PM
Rockefeller Memorial Chapel

Please join us to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at the University’s 25th annual MLK Commemoration Celebration. 
Reverend Jesse L. Jackson, Sr. will offer the keynote address.  A community reception will be held in Ida Noyes Hall immediately following the program. 
We encourage you to visit mlk.uchicago.edu for details.

Dissertation Procedures for Students

Tuesday, January 20, 4 - 5PM
TECHB@R, Regenstein Library, Room 160

Are you a Ph.D. student planning to graduate in Winter 2015? Doctoral candidates at the University of Chicago use the ProQuest ETD Administrator, a web-based interface for online submission, review, and publication of dissertations. In this session, we will review the procedures for submitting your dissertation electronically. Feel free to bring your questions to the session.  Register now.

Applications for the position of Resident Head in College Housing for the (2015-2016) academic year are available.

Tuesday, January 27
Submission deadline

The deadline for the submission of applications is Tuesday, January 27, 2015.
Positions are open to advanced graduate students pursuing a Ph.D. or a professional degree, University faculty, and administrative staff. Application materials are available on the College Housing website at http://housing.uchicago.edu.  Information sessions regarding the position and the selection process will be held in early January. Attendance at one of these sessions is required for all applicants. For further details regarding the time and location of the information sessions, contact College Housing 773-702-7366.

Message from
Deborah L. Nelson, Deputy Provost for Graduate Education

October 2014

It is an exciting time to be a graduate student at the University of Chicago because of the improved resources and programs now available to you. As the President and Provost have recently said, the University is making new investments to support graduate education and specifically your academic and career success.

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