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Graduate Student Recruitment Initiatives 2012 Travel Awards for [Underrepresented] Prospective Graduate Students
 

Summary: Graduate Student Recruitment Initiatives
2012 Travel Awards for [Underrepresented] Prospective Graduate Students
In order to assist departments in the recruitment of underrepresented graduate students, the Franklin
College's Office of Inclusion & Diversity Leadership, has made travel funds available for prospective
graduate student travel awards. These awards are targeted at underrepresented students who have
been recommended to the Graduate School for admission to a Franklin College graduate program but
who have not yet confirmed their enrollment at UGA.
In order to apply for these awards, graduate coordinators or another faculty member should submit a
letter of recommendation on behalf of each nominated prospective student that indicates:
Name and current institution of the student
Highest degree obtained/expected and graduation date
In what ways the student nominated is underrepresented in the discipline and the significance
of their enrollment at UGA
Activities that will take place during the student's visit in order to support their recruitment and
subsequent enrollment at UGA and a brief budget with the amount requested
How the graduate program currently supports diversity and inclusion (i.e. what practices,
strategies are used)
A 1-2 page report of the outcome of the prospective student's visit will be expected 30 days after its
conclusion. In this report, the sponsoring department should indicate:
Was the recruitment successful?

  

Source: Arnold, Jonathan - Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center & Department of Genetics, University of Georgia

 

Collections: Biotechnology