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WELCOME GRADUATE STUDENTS!!!
ANNOUCEMENTS

There will be a meeting for all community psychology students who are expecting to do a community psychology master's internship for Spring 2006.

Pre-requisites: Advanced Personality Testing & Intervention Techniques

The meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, November 15, 2005 at 6:00 p.m. in building 648 (conference room across from Dr. Jackie Robinson's office)

      

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Job & Internship Fair

Wednesday, November 2nd 3:00 pm - 5:00 PM

On-site Interviews

Thursday, November 3rd 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

The Job & Internship Fair is an excellent opportunity for counties in need of school psychologists and interns to interact with individuals seeking those positions. If you are interested in participating in this year's Job & Internship Fair either as a recruiter or a job-seeker, please contact:

Job & Internship Fair

Committee Chairperson

Cary Ballesteros

(305) 643-5780

cballesteros@dadeschools.net

 

MARK YOUR CALENDAR NOW!!!

The 32nd Annual FASP Conference will celebrate diversity in our profession. In light of the No Child Left Behind Act, state and federal reading initiatives, and reauthorization of IDEA, three key areas will be explored:

Diversity in Culture

Diversity in Individuals

Diversity in Practice

The conference will be held at:

Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino

Hollywood, Florida

November 2-5, 2005

 

Use Project Management For Your Thesis:

A 2-day seminar

Time:

10/11/05 & 10/13/05

10:15 - 11:30

A337

Invitees:

All Engineering & Science Thesis Performing Graduate Students

Speaker:

Reginald Parker, Ph.D., MBA

Assistant Professor

Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

Topics to be addressed:

Do what's necessary

Eliminate inconsequential work

Write what's necessary

Efficient management of the academic research program

Formulating a topic

Reading literature

Experimentation

The thesis

Please rsvp: rparker@eng.fsu.edu

 

WHAT IS PROJECT 1000?

Project 1000 is a national program created to assist underrepresented  students applying to graduate school. Students may apply to up to seven of the over 88 participating Project 1000 institutions by using one application. *Participation is FREE OF CHARGE to individual students and to the participating institutions!

  • Electronic application available at: www.asu.edu/project1000
  • Advisement on how to locate finanacial aid
  • Free Graduate Record Examination (GRE) workshops

For more information about Project 1000, please call:

Toll-free Nationally (including Puerto Rico and Arizona):

1-800-327-4893

       

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Created by: Ms. Angelia Black
                  Department Secretary