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The Graduate School is pleased to announce the 2020–21 recipients of the Ver Steeg and McBride Awards. Please join us in congratulating this year's recipients!
May 7, All Day
Dissertation, PhD Final Exam and change of grade forms due to TGS for Spring PhD candidates
May 7, All Day
Last day to drop a class for Spring. (No tuition adjustment after April 9)
May 14, All Day
Master's completion form due for TGS Spring master's candidates
The Graduate School is pleased to share that Kelly Mayo has been named dean of The Graduate School and associate provost for graduate education effective May 1.
"Today’s verdict is not a signal to stop fighting, but a catalyst to continue working together to collectively create a better tomorrow." Read the full message here.