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Office of Graduate Studies at UT Arlington

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Adrian Rodriguez, Ph.D. (Mechanical Engineering)

“As a member of the Graduate Student Senate, I have had the opportunity to meet other graduate students from various areas of study. This has produced a new network of people that I can connect with after graduate school.”

Adrian Rodriguez, Ph.D. (Mechanical Engineering)

Bradley J. Borougerdi, Ph.D. (Transatlantic History)

“Grad school has changed my life and helped me accomplish goals that I never would have thought were possible 15 years ago. It has taken a great deal of dedication, but every step of the way has been worth it.”

Bradley J. Borougerdi, Ph.D. (Transatlantic History)

Charles Hicks, Ph.D. (English)

“The program the University offers for graduate teaching assistants provides valuable training in every area of teaching—not only classroom management skills, but also in-depth focus on the assignments being taught.”

Charles Hicks, Ph.D. (English)

Chris Andrews, MPA

“Networking with the accomplished alumni is fantastic. The Accounting Department places a focus on mentorship and getting to know our local UTA network.”

Chris Andrews, MPA

Colt Bearden, MBA

“The ebb and flow of the MBA Cohort program allows you to flourish in your strengths and help your team. And when you find a class you’re not as strong in, you have your peers to teach you through.”

Colt Bearden, MBA

Elena Ogorodnikova, MBA, MS (Logistics)

“UTA’s graduate program has turned out to be the right place for me to gain the professional tools and knowledge that I lacked. In particular, I have improved my analytical and critical-thinking skills.”

Elena Ogorodnikova, MBA, MS (Logistics)

Evelyn Hsin-Yi Wang, Ph.D (Chemistry)

“Working alongside my advisers and colleagues has been incredibly beneficial because I’ve been able to glean insight from their experiences.”

Evelyn Hsin-Yi Wang, Ph.D (Chemistry)

Gladys Chow, MFA (Visual Communication)

“Interacting with faculty and peers, gaining teaching experience, and pursuing more in-depth research has been extremely beneficial in my graduate education thus far.”

Gladys Chow, MFA (Visual Communication)

Lucas Lothamer, MA (Political Science)

“I’ve enjoyed all aspects of graduate studies, but the most beneficial component has been the interaction with faculty. They challenge and push you to better yourself.”

Lucas Lothamer, MA (Political Science)

Paulann Paterson, M.A. (Social Work)

“UT Arlington offers many scholarships to help students complete their degrees. I am a humble recipient of such generosity, which is enabling me to attain my dreams.”

Paulann Paterson, M.A. (Social Work)

Tamer Desouky, Ph.D. (Psychology)

“The grad school events have been incredibly beneficial. ON-TRAC helps us develop effective teaching strategies to prepare STEM students. And the speaker colloquiums are very informative.”

Tamer Desouky, Ph.D. (Psychology)

The Office of Graduate Studies is here to help develop students' potential for research, scholarship, creative expression, and professional success. To this end, we foster knowledge and professional skills, prepare graduate students for roles as thought-leaders, and promote the interests of our students and graduate education.
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The Latest

  • ON-TRAC Learning Community Meeting, September 24, 2014 12:00-1:00pm

    The improvement of teaching and learning is an ongoing process for instructors.  Teaching-as-research is the deliberate, systematic, and reflective use of research methods to develop and implement teaching practices that advance the learning experience and outcomes of students and teachers.  Dr. Kevin Schug and Dr. Ann Cavallo will share their experience mentoring students completing TAR projects and explain how incorporating teaching-as-research into your course planning and delivery is a low-effort, high-return process.  

    Register to attend HERE

  • Versatile PhD Panel on "Subject Matter Consulting" Careers! Humanities and STEM

    Wonder how you can use your graduate degree to get a job in Consulting? Not sure what someone in a consulting career does? Versatile PhD is having a panel this week that looks at subject matter consulting and how master's and doctoral students can use the skills they have to obtain a successful job in the consulting field.  Professionals that received their PhD's in Humanities and STEM disciplines will talk about how they used the knowledge from graduate school to advance their consulting careers. Not sure how to participate in the panels?  Drop in during "open hours" on adobe connect on Monday, September 22 from 2-4 p.m., or Thursday, September 25, from 12-2 pm. Or attend an online workshop on Wednesday, September 24 that will introduce you to all the features available. Click here to see a list of these workshops.

  • Future Faculty Fridays.

    Future Faculty Fridays.  Current Graduate Teaching Assistants and graduate students seeking to improve their teaching skills will be exposed to low- and high-engagement activities from experts in the field.  Dates to be announced soon.

Graduate Resources

  • Graduate Advisors List

    Click here for a list of Graduate Advisors.

  • Graduate Student Senate

    The Graduate Student Senate (GSS) works tirelessly to advocate for the needs of Graduate Students, but they also like to relax and have fun. Take a look at all the opportunities that are available to you through the GSS, including a travel grant for graduate student presentations and research. Their next meeting is Tuesday, September 23. Come to the meeting and meet some great people!

  • Responsible Conduct of Research

    Take at look at the flyer for the upcoming IRB Mini-Conference on Friday, September 19 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.  See which sessions you would like to attend and then RSVP to johnsonc@uta.edu. 

    Training and Guidelines

  • EDGE