Spring 2016 Dissertation Research Grants Available from the Graduate School

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The Graduate School is delighted to invite applications for its Spring 2016 Dissertation Research Grant Competition.  Approximately 30 awards for a maximum of $1,000 each are available to support dissertation research by UMass doctoral students. Funds may be used on a wide range of activities, including travel, field work, equipment purchase, transcription, etc. For more information, check out ISSR's Resources for Graduate Students, or the Graduate School's Dissertation Research Grants website.

ICPSR Webinar: Spatial Analysis with China Geo-Explorer - Feb 1 2016

This workshop will provide an introduction to China Geo-Explorer (CGE), which offers a web-based spatial data service that provides easy access to a rich collection of unique, authoritative, and comprehensive information from government statistics, population and economic censuses, and many other data sources with more than 6,500 variables and 7 million business records.  Presented by Shuming Bao, this webinar will cover: 

January 31 Funding Opportunity: Labor Resource and Action Network New Scholars Research Grants

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The Labor Research and Action Network (LRAN) brings together workers’ rights advocates, academics, and students with the shared goal of building workplace and economic power for workers in the United States.  One of the organization’s key objectives is to help develop the next generation of labor scholars while also linking these scholars to labor activists.

This Wednesday, December 16: Research Seminar by Barbara Resnick, PhD: Understanding Treatement Fidelity and Using it to Optimize your Research

Professor Resnick is the Sonya Ziporkin Gershowitz Chair in Gerontology in the School of Nursing at the University of Maryland and the President-Elect of the Gerontological Society of America, as well as the Editor-in-Chief of Geriatric Nursing. Her seminar will be held in Skinner Hall, Room 213, and is free and open to the public. During her visit to UMass, Dr. Resnick will be collaborating with ISSR Scholar RachelWalker  Klimmek (College of Nursing). 

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