Meet the new Emissaries for Graduate Student Diveristy for the 2010-11 academic year:
Brian - Higher Education & Student Affairs
Gillian - Ethnomusicology and Anthropology
Heather - Ancient History and Ancient Greek
Ishani - Social Psychology
Jose - Informatics
Michael - Curriculum & Instruction
Omar - Law and Public Health
Sekou - Public & Environmental Affairs
Tomkia - Higher Education & Student Affairs
Viridiana - Developmental Psychology
Follow the link to read about each Emissary: http://graduate.indiana.edu/upcoming-emissaries.php
About IU AGEP
- Indiana University Graduate School
- Indiana University is made up of eight campuses statewide. Most offer several graduate degrees and all together support around 17,000 graduate students. Our flagship campus is in picturesque Bloomington, Indiana. Our medical school and many other graduate degrees are housed at our city campus, Indiana University - Purdue University in Indianapolis.
Friday, May 14, 2010
National AGEP website: http://www.agep.us/profiles.asp
and the Midwest Crossroads AGEP website: http://www.indiana.edu/~grdschl/agep/profiles.php.
These students represent diverse academic interests and personal backgrounds. Highlighted students in the STEM disciplines are: Adrian Land, Biology, Windsor Tanner, Physics, and Verleen McSween, Vision and Science, and students in the SBES disciplines are: Chantalle LaFontant, Public Affairs, Melissa Quintela, Sociology, and Erikka Vaughan, Psychology.
Click on the links provided to read about each student’s background and academic research.
Monday, May 3, 2010
Follow the links below to read further:
For more information on the Emissary Program-
Please visit the Emissary website: http://graduate.indiana.edu/emissaries.php
And the Emissary Blogsite: http://grademissaries.blogspot.com/