December 2 – 8, 2019

Recurring Events:
1. WEEKLY DROP-IN SERVICES
2. WEEKLY RECURRING EVENTS

This Week’s (and Next Week’s) Events:
3. DIVERSITY STATEMENT WRITING WORKSHOP (registration required)
4. END OF SEMESTER WELLNESS EVENT (register by 12/8)
5. INTERFAITH EVENING DIALOGUES FOR STUDENTS – DEAN OF STUDENTS OFFICE
6. DONUT GIVE UP

Administrative Announcements:
7. GRAD 5124 – LIBRARY RESEARCH SKILLS (CRN 15396) – 2nd posting
8. DIVERSITY SCHOLAR PROGRAM APPLICATION IS OPEN – 2nd posting
9. DR. RICH CAP & GOWN RENTAL PROGRAM (UNTIL DEC 10) – 2nd posting
10. GREEN GRADUATES OF VT CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – 2nd posting
11. CALL FOR PAPERS FOR GRAD CONFERENCE – 2nd posting
12. NIH-FUNDED POSTDOC TRAINING PROGRAM IN RESEARCH & TEACHING – 2nd posting
13. GRAD STUDENT TEAMS INVITED TO INDOOR SOCCER LEAGUE – 2nd posting

Jobs:
14. GRAD ASSISTANT: CENTER FOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING AND LEARNING – 2nd posting
15. HALF-TIME GRA OPENING FOR SPRING 2020 – 2nd posting
16. FULL-TIME GRAD ASSISTANTSHIP WITH ENGINEERING EDUCATION – 3rd posting

Volunteers and research participants sought:
17. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED: SELF DRIVING CAR RESEARCH STUDY – 2nd posting
18. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR NEUROSCIENCE STUDY – 3rd posting
19. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR DRIVING SIMULATOR STUDY – 3rd posting

Upcoming events:
YALDA NIGHT CELEBERATION (Register by 12/14)

Recurring Events
1. WEEKLY DROP-IN SERVICES
– Career Advising: Thursdays, 3:00-5:00pm, GLC Lobby, starting Sep 19. Also see: https://blogs.lt.vt.edu/gradcareeropportunity/.
– Cook Counseling: Thursdays & Fridays, 1:00-5:00pm. Will begin Friday Aug 30
– Graduate School advising hours: MTThF 8:00am-5:00pm, W 9:30-4:00, 120 GLC
– Immigration advising hours: MWF 1:00-4:00pm, TTh 9:00am-12:00pm, Room 120 GLC
– Writing assistance: reserve appointment at https://www.lib.vt.edu/spaces/writing-center.html

2. WEEKLY RECURRING EVENTS:
– YOGA CLASSES FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS
Wednesdays (Yoga), 11:30am-12:15pm, GLC Wellness Room (last class is Dec. 11)
– WRITING STRATEGIES FOR GRADUATE WRITERS
Mondays, 9:30-11:00am, GLC, Room D and Wednesdays, 12:30-2:00pm, Room D
Session can last up to 1.5 hours; you are limited to two of these special appointments at the GLC per semester.  Make an appointment at https://vt.mywconline.com.
–    CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH SUPPORT FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS
Wednesdays and Fridays, 2:30-3:30pm, GLC Room D
Practice conversational English with the help of our community volunteers.
Often, extra individualized support will be available before and after the Wednesday and Friday sessions.  Make an appointment at https://vt.mywconline.com.
– GLC CAFÉ
2nd and 4th Wednesday and every Thursday, 3:30-5:00pm, GLC Reading Room
Enjoy free coffee, tea, and cookies in the company of fellow grad students and Grad School staff; network, socialize, relax! Bring your own mug if you can. See below for This Week’s Special Editions.
– FREE CHILDCARE – KIDS’ NIGHT OUT – WELCOME BACK!
Thursdays, 6:30-8:30pm, VT Women’s Center, 206 Washington St., B’burg
Please sign up for this free Thursday evening session (6:30-8:30pm) of fun and games in a safe and supportive atmosphere for your child aged 2-12 at the Virginia Tech Women’s Center. Space is limited. Children should be toilet trained. Contact Jessie Meltsner at jmelts@vt.edu with any questions. Sign up at https://doodle.com/poll/5fcyia8in5btq2ek.

This Week’s (and Next Week’s) Events
3. DIVERSITY STATEMENT WRITING WORKSHOP
Monday, Dec 9, 4:00-5:30pm, GLC Room F
The Virginia Tech Writing Center invites you to join them a workshop on Writing a Diversity Statement Sign-up using the following link: https://virginiatech.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_ewIlGqpgkvkxrJH.

4. END OF SEMESTER WELLNESS EVENT
Wednesday, Dec 11, 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm, Squires Student Center, Breakzone
On behalf of the Graduate School Office of Recruitment, Diversity, and Inclusion, we would like to invite you to join your fellow graduate students at the End of Semester Event to relax, have fun, and enjoy playing bowling, billiards, foosball, and table tennis. The event is free and all are welcome to attend. Please register at: http://bit.ly/EndofSemesterEvent by December 8. For assistance please contact Dr. Justin Grimes at jgrimes18@vt.edu.

5. INTERFAITH EVENING DIALOGUES FOR STUDENTS – DEAN OF STUDENTS OFFICE
Wednesday, Dec 11, 5:30-7:00pm, 3310 Torgersen Hall
Graduate and undergraduate students are invited to participate in a dialogue with people with diverse worldviews. Discussions about world issues through an interfaith lens. Conversations about religious, spiritual, and secular diversity. For more information about the Interfaith Initiative, subscribe to the weekly newsletter at tinyurl.com/interfaithcircle.

6. DONUT GIVE UP
Thursday, Dec 12, 6:00 pm until out of donuts, GLC Reading Room
The GLC Fellows are sponsoring donuts from Carol Lee on Reading Day in the Reading Room. Come take a break and enjoy a free donut!

Administrative Announcements:
7. GRAD 5124 – LIBRARY RESEARCH SKILLS (CRN 15396) – 2nd posting
This online, Health Sciences / Biomedical section of this elective, pass / fail, 1-credit course on offer this Spring 2020. All welcome to join regardless of your disciplinary or degree focus; however, those who have a research interest related to health or biomedical sciences will benefit most. This course is designed to increase successful completion of comprehensive literature reviews and project proposals. Identify key information sources, use advanced searching skills and citation management tools, and explore important research planning topics such as: building professional identity, evidence-based practice, data management, sharing research results, and authorship. Email Ginny Pannabecker, vpannabe@vt.edu, with questions.

8. DIVERSITY SCHOLAR PROGRAM APPLICATION IS OPEN – 2nd posting
Diversity scholars are graduate students who specialize in and advocate for the awareness, knowledge, and skills associated with diversity and inclusion in the Graduate School and the greater community. Nominations are due by Nov 29. More info at https://graduateschool.vt.edu/about/diversity/diversity-scholars/how-to-apply.html

9. DR. RICH CAP & GOWN RENTAL PROGRAM (UNTIL DEC 10) – 2nd posting
Graduating soon? Daunted by having to purchase a cap and gown to participate in commencement? Never fear: the Graduate Student Assembly’s “Dr. Rich” Cap and Gown Program (named for GSA’s previous director of finance, Richard Rodrigues, who began the program) will loan a limited number of graduation gowns and caps to graduate students participating in the Fall 2019 graduation ceremonies. Program details are available on the GSA website and you can apply to the lotto via this survey. Posted on behalf of the GSA.

10. GREEN GRADUATES OF VT CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – 2nd posting
Graduating this December or in May? Share how you will live a sustainable life after college and receive a free green chord to wear during graduation.  Just fill out the survey below by answering how you will live a sustainable life and provide a picture of yourself.  We will then post your response and picture to our Facebook page and you will receive your free green chord! https://tinyurl.com/greenhokie. Posted on behalf of Kaitlyn Franczek, franczek@vt.edu.

11. CALL FOR PAPERS FOR GRAD CONFERENCE – 2nd posting
Submit papers for the 2020 ASPECT Graduate Conference “Contested Knowledges: Social, Political, Ethical and Cultural Perspectives.” The committee will accept paper proposals from graduate students across disciplinary boundaries in the humanities, social sciences, and related fields. The conference will take place on the VT campus in Blacksburg on Apr 24-25. Deadline for proposals is Friday, Dec 13. For the full call for papers, visit https://drive.google.com/file/d/1g3YCsZEhs0QNWtF8D1p_h2AFIzwxAlmD/view?usp=sharing. Posted on behalf of Sarah Plummer, splummer@vt.edu.

12. NIH-FUNDED POSTDOC TRAINING PROGRAM IN RESEARCH & TEACHING – 2nd posting
VCU IRACDA provides trainees with a traditional mentored research experience, plus mentored teaching experience and aims to increase diversity in the biomedical workforce. Applications are currently accepted for postdoctoral fellows who will begin work at VCU in 2020.  For more information and the online application, visit the VCU Center on Health Disparities website at: https://healthdisparities.vcu.edu/researchtraining/postdoctoral-programs/iracda/. Must be US citizen or permanent resident to be considered.

13. GRAD STUDENT TEAMS INVITED TO INDOOR SOCCER LEAGUE – 2nd posting
Registration for the Blacksburg Indoor Soccer League (BISL) is open for the 2019-20 season.  The BISL offers a full season of play through February at the Blacksburg Community Center on 725 Patrick Henry Drive. The League plays six aside on a good sized playing area with a high ceiling. Two Referees and a Scorekeeper are provided for each game. The BISL is an opportunity to play fast-paced soccer during the winter months.  The League starts in December; games are played on weekend afternoons, evenings, and nights.  E-mail the BISL at blacksburgindoor@gmail.com if you would like to enter a team or have any questions. Posted on behalf of Rec Sports, aglick@vt.edu.

Jobs:
14. GRAD ASSISTANT: CENTER FOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING AND LEARNING – 2nd posting
The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning seeks a graduate student with strong organization and communication skills, as well as an interest in higher education pedagogy, for the Spring 2020 semester. This position will involve responsibilities related to the planning and completion of projects and events, supporting center staff, conducting research and case studies, and other duties as assigned. Requires a mature and professional demeanor, a positive and approachable attitude, and the ability to communicate with diverse groups of faculty, staff, and students. Strong written and oral communication skills also required. Successful candidates will be able to work both independently and in a team, have strong organizational skills, and be flexible. 20 hours/week, with stipend and tuition remission. If interested, email cover letters and CVs to James Harder, Research and Project Specialist, at jharder@vt.edu. Indicate “Applying for Graduate Assistantship” in the subject line of your email.

15. HALF-TIME GRA OPENING FOR SPRING 2020 – 2nd posting
Graduate student sought for a half-time (10 hrs/wk) assistantship for research team to help investigate the nature of contemporary engineering work by comparing descriptions of work reported in interviews to representations of that work in LinkedIn profiles of recent engineering graduates. Seeking a research assistant with skills and interest in natural language processing or related areas to help develop tools and strategies for analyzing LinkedIn profiles.  This project is a collaboration between the Department of Science, Technology, and Society (STS) and the Department of Engineering Education (EngE). If you have any questions or are interested in the position, contact Dr. Lee Vinsel at leev@vt.edu.

16. FULL-TIME GRAD ASSISTANTSHIP WITH ENGINEERING EDUCATION – 3rd posting
Seeking a GTA for the Graduate Student Success in Multicultural Environments (GSSME) course. GSSME helps first-year engineering graduate students (1) integrate into the university, (2) navigate relationships associated with graduate school, (3) prepare for professional success, and (4) build awareness of diversity and inclusion values. The desired applicant is at least a 3rd-year graduate student, has a social science and/or engineering background, can aid with the assessment and evaluation of the course, and has teaching/facilitation experience. Will receive a graduate stipend (20 hrs) and tuition remission for Spring 2020 ONLY. Attendance is required during class times, Fridays 1:20-3:50pm, and hours beyond are flexible. If interested, please send your resume to Drs. Walter Lee (walterl@vt.edu) and Jeremi London (jslondon@vt.edu).

Volunteers and research participants sought:
17. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR DRIVING SIMULATOR STUDY – 2nd posting
The Mind Music and Machine Lab at Virginia Tech is seeking individuals to participate in a study to determine the effects of in-vehicle auditory alerts on driver behaviors at Highway-Rail Grade Crossings (HRGCs) on driver response. During the study, volunteers will be asked to drive in a driving simulator environment for 2 to 3 minutes before listening to various auditory alerts. The study will last approximately one hour. $10 compensation for participation. For more information, contact Chihab Nadri (cnadri@vt.edu). This study is being conducted under the supervision of Dr. Myounghoon Jeon (myounghoonjeon@vt.edu).To participate, please fill the following form, https://virginiatech.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_aY09meRwbbMJ1Zj.

18. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR NEUROSCIENCE STUDY – 3rd posting
The Neural Dynamics and Neural Engineering Lab (ICTAS II) is seeking participants for a neuroscience research study about the neural dynamics associated with learning finger-tapping tasks and the effects of sleep on learning these tasks. Must be 18 years or older, with no history of neurological or sleep disorders. During this task, participants will perform a repetitive finger-tapping sequence with their thumb and fingers while wearing a glove. Afterwards, participants will take a nap or watch a nature documentary, or sleep overnight in the lab. Electrooculography (EOG) and electromyography (EMG) will be recorded as a step-in quantifying quality of learning and sleep staging. Electroencephalography (EEG) will be utilized to record the task and sleep. Up to 5 (afternoon session) or 10 (overnight session) SONA credits will be provided. If interested visit https://vt-psyc.sona-systems.com/default.aspx?p_return_experiment_id=1133 or contact ndnestudies@gmail.com for more info.

19. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED: SELF DRIVING CAR RESEARCH STUDY – 3rd posting
The Mind Music and Machine Lab at Virginia Tech is seeking individuals to participate in a study to determine the usability and effect of In-Vehicle displays (Visual, Auditory & Tactile) on driver state and performance in an autonomous vehicle. During the study, volunteers will be asked to drive in a driving simulator environment. Driving performance may be recorded with cameras/screen recordings during the study. Participants may be asked to wear an eye tracker during the study. Study will last about one hour. Compensation of $10 for participation. For more information, please contact Harsh Sanghavi (harshks@vt.edu). Study is being conducted under the supervision of Dr. Myounghoon Jeon (myounghoonjeon@vt.edu). To participate, please fill the following form:
https://virginiatech.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3E1ZGgT1QyItFgF  

Upcoming events:
YALDA NIGHT CELEBERATION
Saturday, Dec 21, 6:00-10:00pm, Squires Commonwealth Ballroom
Celebrate the longest night of the year (Yalda) with friends, food, Persian music and dance. All are welcome. Please RSVP before Dec 14: https://forms.gle/GK8E9NUPZeQ7RERj8. Posted on behalf of grad student Neda Moayerian mneda14@vt.edu.

November 25 – December 1

Recurring Events:
1. WEEKLY DROP-IN SERVICES: on hiatus during T-break

This Week’s Events:
2. DOWNTON ABBEY AT THE LYRIC
3. T-BREAK LUNCH FOR GRADS

Administrative Announcements:
4. GRAD 5124 – LIBRARY RESEARCH SKILLS (CRN 15396) – 1st posting
5. DIVERSITY SCHOLAR PROGRAM APPLICATION IS OPEN – 1st posting
6. DR. RICH CAP & GOWN RENTAL PROGRAM (UNTIL DEC 10) – 1st posting
7. GREEN GRADUATES OF VT CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – 1st posting
8. CALL FOR PAPERS FOR GRAD CONFERENCE – 1st posting
9. NIH-FUNDED POSTDOC TRAINING PROGRAM IN RESEARCH & TEACHING – 1st posting
10. GRAD STUDENT TEAMS INVITED TO INDOOR SOCCER LEAGUE – 1st posting
11. GRAD 5204: CITIZEN SCHOLAR SEMINAR (CRN 20270) – 3rd posting

Jobs:
12. GRAD ASSISTANT: CENTER FOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING AND LEARNING – 1st posting
13. HALF-TIME GRA OPENING FOR SPRING 2020 – 1st posting
14. FULL-TIME GRAD ASSISTANTSHIP WITH ENGINEERING EDUCATION – 2nd posting

Volunteers and research participants sought:
15. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR NEUROSCIENCE STUDY – 2nd posting
16. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED: SELF DRIVING CAR RESEARCH STUDY – 2nd posting
17. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR DRIVING SIMULATOR STUDY – 2nd posting
18. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR LEGIBILITY STUDY – 3rd posting
19. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR EXOSKELETON AND WALKING STUDY – 3rd posting

Upcoming events:
END OF SEMESTER WELLNESS EVENT –1ST POSTING
INTERFAITH EVENING DIALOGUES FOR STUDENTS – DEAN OF STUDENTS OFFICE
DONUT GIVE UP
YALDA NIGHT CELEBRATION

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November 18 – 24, 2019

Recurring Events:
1. WEEKLY DROP-IN SERVICES
2. WEEKLY RECURRING EVENTS

This Week’s Events:
3. LITTLE HOKIE(TM) HAND-ME-DOWN – SHOPPING DAYS
4. HOW TO USE iTHENTICATE – TRAINING SESSION
5. THREE ANNE FRANKS: A PLAY BY MAYA MACDONALD
6. GSA TRIVIA NIGHT

Administrative Announcements:
7. GRAD 5204: CITIZEN SCHOLAR SEMINAR (CRN 20270) – 2nd posting
8. DIVERSITY SCHOLAR PROGRAM APPLICATION IS OPEN – 3rd posting
9. FISH & WILDLIFE GRADUATE STUDENT ASSOC. 2020 CALENDARS AVAILABLE – 3rd posting

Jobs:
10. FULL-TIME GRAD ASSISTANTSHIP WITH ENGINEERING EDUCATION – 1st posting

Volunteers and research participants sought:
11. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR NEUROSCIENCE STUDY – 1st posting
12. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED: SELF DRIVING CAR RESEARCH STUDY – 1st posting
13. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR DRIVING SIMULATOR STUDY – 1st posting
14. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR LEGIBILITY STUDY – 2nd posting
15. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR EXOSKELETON AND WALKING STUDY – 2nd posting
16. FEMALE PARTICIPANTS NEEDED: PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY RESEARCH STUDY – 3rd posting
17. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR ONLINE PUZZLE & WORK BEHAVIOR SURVEY – 3rd posting

Upcoming events:
— DOWNTON ABBEY AT THE LYRIC
— T-BREAK LUNCH FOR GRADS
— DIVERSITY STATEMENT WRITING WORKSHOP
— GRADUATE STUDENT WRITING RETREAT (12/5; reg. required – space limited)
— INTERFAITH EVENING DIALOGUES FOR STUDENTS – DEAN OF STUDENTS OFFICE

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November 11 – 17, 2019

Recurring Events:
1. WEEKLY DROP-IN SERVICES
2. WEEKLY RECURRING EVENTS

This Week’s Events:
3. THE AMERICAN SOLDIER IN WWII 72-HOUR TRANSCRIBATHON
4. DATA IN SOCIAL CONTEXT WORKSHOP
5. INTERFAITH EVENING DIALOGUES FOR STUDENTS – DEAN OF STUDENTS OFFICE
6. “WAR STORIES” VISITING SPEAKER SERIES
7. SCIENCE ON TAP OF THE NRV PRESENTS
8. AETNA HEALTH INSURANCE INFO SESSION
9. PUTTING A FRIENDLY FACE TO SCIENCE WITH SKYPE A SCIENTIST
10. “SCIENCE IS FOR EVERYONE: MAKING THE BIGGEST IMPACT WITH YOUR SCIENCE COMMUNICATION”
11. GRADUATE ARTS COUNCIL MIXER
12. COME AND ENJOY THE NUTSHELL GAMES

Administrative Announcements:
13. GRAD 5204: CITIZEN SCHOLAR SEMINAR (CRN 20270) – 1st posting
14. DIVERSITY SCHOLAR PROGRAM APPLICATION IS OPEN – 2nd posting
15. GSA GRAD RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FALL CYCLE OPENING 11/4 – 2nd posting
16. FISH & WILDLIFE GRADUATE STUDENT ASSOC. 2020 CALENDARS AVAILABLE – 2nd posting
17. EDWARD BOUCHET HONOR SOCIETY NOMINATION PERIOD OPEN – 3rd posting
18. WILLIAM & MARY’S GRADUATE RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM – 3rd posting

Jobs:
None at this time

Volunteers and research participants sought:
19. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR LEGIBILITY STUDY – 1st posting
20. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR EXOSKELETON AND WALKING STUDY – 1st posting
21. FEMALE PARTICIPANTS NEEDED: PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY RESEARCH STUDY – 2nd posting
22. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR ONLINE PUZZLE & WORK BEHAVIOR SURVEY – 2nd posting

Upcoming events:
— HOW TO USE iTHENTICATE – TRAINING SESSION
— THREE ANNE FRANKS: A PLAY BY MAYA MACDONALD
— GSA TRIVIA NIGHT
— DOWNTON ABBEY AT THE LYRIC
— GRADUATE STUDENT WRITING RETREAT (12/5; reg. required – space limited)

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November 4 – 10, 2019

Recurring Events:
1. WEEKLY DROP-IN SERVICES
2. WEEKLY RECURRING EVENTS

This Week’s Events:
3. MANAGING CONFLICT IN A TEAM SETTING (11/5; Reg. req.)
4. BOB ROSS PAINT NIGHT WITH GLC FELLOWS (11/6; Reg. req.)
5. VETERANS AND MILITARY CONNECTED LUNCH (11/7; Reg. req.)
6. ALPHA EPSILON LAMBDA (AEL) GRADUATE HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTION CEREMONY (11/7)
7. DATA IN SOCIAL CONTEXT WORKSHOP (11/7)

Administrative Announcements:
8. DIVERSITY SCHOLAR PROGRAM APPLICATION IS OPEN – 1st posting
9. GSA GRAD RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FALL CYCLE OPENING 11/4 – 1st posting
10. FISH & WILDLIFE GRADUATE STUDENT ASSOC. 2020 CALENDARS AVAILABLE – 1st posting
11. APPLY FOR HOKIE DAY 2020 – 2nd posting
12. EDWARD BOUCHET HONOR SOCIETY NOMINATION PERIOD OPEN – 2nd posting
13. WILLIAM & MARY’S GRADUATE RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM – 2nd posting
14. CALL FOR PAPERS – 2020 ASPECT GRADUATE CONFERENCE – 3rd posting

Jobs:
None at this time

Volunteers and research participants sought:
15. FEMALE PARTICIPANTS NEEDED: PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY RESEARCH STUDY – 1st posting
16. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR ONLINE PUZZLE & WORK BEHAVIOR SURVEY – 1st posting

Upcoming events:
— INTERFAITH EVENING DIALOGUES FOR STUDENTS – DEAN OF STUDENTS OFFICE (11/13)
— SCIENCE ON TAP OF THE NRV PRESENTS (11/14)
— PUTTING A FRIENDLY FACE TO SCIENCE WITH SKYPE A SCIENTIST (11/15)
— “SCIENCE IS FOR EVERYONE: MAKING THE BIGGEST IMPACT WITH YOUR SCIENCE COMMUNICATION” (11/15)
— COME AND ENJOY THE NUTSHELL GAMES (11/16)

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October 28 – November 3, 2019

Recurring Events:
1. WEEKLY DROP-IN SERVICES
2. WEEKLY RECURRING EVENTS

This Week’s Events:
3. CHIPOTLE FUNDRAISER – BIOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENT ASSOCIATION
4. TRANSFORM-ARTE
5. RETURNED PEACE CORPS VOLUNTEERS OF SW VA INFORMAL GATHERING
6. GLC CAFÉ PRESENTS TRICKS AND TREATS
7. PRESENTATION ON GRASSROOTS SOLUTIONS TO CLIMATE CHANGE

Administrative Announcements:
8. APPLY FOR HOKIE DAY 2020 – 1st posting
9. EDWARD BOUCHET HONOR SOCIETY NOMINATION PERIOD OPEN – 1st posting
10. WILLIAM & MARY’S GRADUATE RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM – 1st posting
11. CALL FOR PAPERS – 2020 ASPECT GRADUATE CONFERENCE – 2nd posting

Jobs:
None at this time

Volunteers and research participants sought:
12. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR VIRTUAL REALITY & AUGMENTED REALITY STUDY – 3rd Posting
13. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR AN AUGMENTED REALITY USER STUDY- 3rd posting
14. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR GREEN TAILGATE TEAM – 3rd posting
15. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR A BIOMECHANICS RESEARCH STUDY- 3rd posting

Upcoming events:
— MANAGING CONFLICT IN A TEAM SETTING (11/5; Reg. req.)
— BOB ROSS PAINT NIGHT WITH GLC FELLOWS (11/6; Reg. req.)
— VETERANS AND MILITARY CONNECTED LUNCH (11/7; Reg. req.)
— ALPHA EPSILON LAMBDA (AEL) GRADUATE HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTION CEREMONY (11/7)
— DATA IN SOCIAL CONTEXT WORKSHOP (11/7)
— INTERFAITH EVENING DIALOGUES FOR STUDENTS – DEAN OF STUDENTS OFFICE (11/13)
— SCIENCE ON TAP OF THE NRV PRESENTS (11/14)
— PUTTING A FRIENDLY FACE TO SCIENCE WITH SKYPE A SCIENTIST (11/15)
— “SCIENCE IS FOR EVERYONE: MAKING THE BIGGEST IMPACT W YOUR SCIENCE COMMUNICATION” (11/15)
— COME AND ENJOY THE NUTSHELL GAMES (11/16)

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October 14 – 20, 2019

Recurring Events:
1. WEEKLY DROP-IN SERVICES
2. WEEKLY RECURRING EVENTS

This Week’s Events:
3. MINDFULNESS AND YOGA CLASSES FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS
4. ACADEMIC JOB INTERVIEWING SKILLS
5. GUAC TALK WITH THE DEAN
6. VT COMPOSITION SPEAKER SERIES FEATURING DR. KATE PANTELIDES
7. DATA IN SOCIAL CONTEXT WORKSHOP
8. 8-WEEK HAPPINESS GROUP
8A. 2019 DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATION DISTINGUISHED LECTURE

Administrative Announcements:
9. COMPETE IN THIS YEAR’S NUTSHELL GAMES – 1st posting
10. UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES STUDIOS WORKSHOP SERIES – FALL 2019 – 1st posting
11. RESEARCH TOOLS FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS WORKSHOP SERIES – FALL 2019 – 1st posting
12. AMERICAN INDIAN & INDIGENOUS HERITAGE MONTH EVENTS – 1st posting
13. GSA TRAVEL FUND PROGRAM FALL CYCLE OPENING OCT 15 – 2nd posting
14. CALL FOR COMSCICON CONFERENCE ORGANIZERS – 2nd posting
15. CELEBRATE LGBTQ+ HISTORY MONTH – 2nd posting
16. ANNUAL ONE HEALTH CASE COMPETITION – 2nd posting
17. CHILDCARE AND EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION SURVEY – 3rd posting
18. THE FIRST VIRGINIA TECH LATINX SYMPOSIUM – 3rd posting

Jobs:
None at this time

Volunteers and research participants sought:
19. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR VIRTUAL REALITY & AUGMENTED REALITY STUDY – 1st Posting
20. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR BIOMECHANICS STUDY – 2nd posting
21. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR AN AUGMENTED REALITY USER STUDY- 1st posting
22. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR GREEN TAILGATE TEAM – 1st posting

Upcoming events:
— DR. RONALD E. MCNAIR SCHOLARS GRADUATE STUDENT CONNECT LUNCH (Reg. required)
— NETWORKING TIPS FOR INTROVERTS (Reg. required)
— FIRST GENERATION STUDENT CONNECT LUNCH (Reg. required)
— AMERICAN INDIAN AND INDIGENOUS CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS MIXER LUNCH (Reg. required)
— DIWALI 2019 – THE FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS
— MANAGING CONFLICT IN A TEAM SETTING

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October 7 – 13, 2019

Recurring Events:
1. WEEKLY DROP-IN SERVICES
2. WEEKLY RECURRING EVENTS

This Week’s Events:
3. MINDFULNESS AND YOGA CLASSES FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS
4. DINING ETIQUETTE
5. DATA IN SOCIAL CONTEXT WORKSHOP
6. NEGOTIATING AN OFFER
7. 8-WEEK HAPPINESS GROUP

Administrative Announcements:
8. GSA TRAVEL FUND PROGRAM FALL CYCLE OPENING OCT 15 – 1st posting
9. CALL FOR COMSCICON CONFERENCE ORGANIZERS – 1st posting
10. CELEBRATE LGBTQ+ HISTORY MONTH – 1st posting
11. ANNUAL ONE HEALTH CASE COMPETITION – 1st posting
12. CHILDCARE AND EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION SURVEY – 2nd posting
13. THE FIRST VIRGINIA TECH LATINX SYMPOSIUM  – 2nd posting
14. UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES STUDIOS WORKSHOP SERIES – FALL 2019 – 2nd posting
15. RESEARCH TOOLS FOR GRAD STUDENTS WORKSHOP SERIES: FALL 2019 – 2nd posting
16. CALL FOR PAPERS: COMMUNITY CHANGE – 3.1 (2019) and 4.1 (2020) – 3rd posting
17. VMCVM’S TRUNK OR TREAT LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS – 3rd posting
18. INTERFAITH CIRCLE – DEAN OF STUDENTS OFFICE – 3rd posting
19. ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST – 3rd posting

Jobs:
20. UKRAINIAN TRANSLATOR NEEDED FOR MOSS ARTS CENTER – 2nd posting

Volunteers and research participants sought:
21. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR BIOMECHANICS STUDY – 1st posting

Upcoming events:
— ACADEMIC JOB INTERVIEWING SKILLS (Reg. required)
— VT COMPOSITION SPEAKER SERIES FEATURING DR. KATE PANTELIDES
— AMERICAN INDIAN & INDIGENOUS HERITAGE MONTH EVENTS
— DR. RONALD E. MCNAIR SCHOLARS GRADUATE STUDENT CONNECT LUNCH (Reg. required)
— NETWORKING TIPS FOR INTROVERTS (Reg. required)
— FIRST GENERATION STUDENT CONNECT LUNCH (Reg. required)
— AMERICAN INDIAN AND INDIGENOUS CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS MIXER LUNCH (Reg. required)
— DIWALI 2019 – THE FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS

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September 29 – October 6, 2019

Recurring Events:
1. WEEKLY DROP-IN SERVICES
2. WEEKLY RECURRING EVENTS

This Week’s Events:
3. MINDFULNESS AND YOGA CLASSES FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS
4. FROM PHD TO PROFESSOR: VT ALUM DISCUSS THEIR FIRST YEARS IN ACADEMIA
5. NON-ACADEMIC JOB INTERVIEWING SKILLS
6. LUNCH WITH THE DEAN
7. EMPLOYER MEET & GREET IN LANE STADIUM
8. HISPANIC/LATINX STUDENT CONNECT LUNCH
9. GLC CAFÉ – FALL BREAK SURPRISE TREATS
10. 8-WEEK HAPPINESS GROUP
11. PUMPKIN PATCH GRADUATE STUDENT TRIP
12. IRANIAN SOCIETY WELCOME PARTY

Administrative Announcements:
13. CHILDCARE AND EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION SURVEY – 1st posting
14. CALL FOR HBCU/MSI ALUMNI STUDENT PANELISTS – 1st posting
15. THE FIRST VIRGINIA TECH LATINX SYMPOSIUM  – 1st posting
16. UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES STUDIOS WORKSHOP SERIES – FALL 2019 – 1st posting
17. RESEARCH TOOLS FOR GRAD STUDENTS WORKSHOP SERIES: FALL 2019 – 1st posting
18. CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR INSPIRING WOMEN IN LIFELONG LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE – 2nd posting
19. CALL FOR PAPERS: COMMUNITY CHANGE – 3.1 (2019) and 4.1 (2020) – 2nd posting
20. VMCVM’S TRUNK OR TREAT LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS – 2nd posting
21. INTERFAITH CIRCLE – DEAN OF STUDENTS OFFICE – 2nd posting
22. ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST – 2nd posting
23. ACCELERATE – PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM – 3rd posting
24. EDCI 5954: INFORMAL LEARNING IN NORTHERN ENGLAND – 3rd posting

Jobs:
25. UKRAINIAN TRANSLATOR NEEDED FOR MOSS ARTS CENTER – 1st posting

Volunteers and research participants sought:
26. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR STUDY ON GROUP CHATS – 3rd posting

Upcoming events:
— NON-ACADEMIC JOB INTERVIEWING SKILLS (Registration required)
— EMPLOYER MEET & GREET IN LANE STADIUM (RSVP)
— HISPANIC/LATINX STUDENT CONNECT LUNCH (10/3; register by 10/1)
— PUMPKIN PATCH GRADUATE STUDENT TRIP (10/6; register by 10/1)
— IRANIAN SOCIETY WELCOME PARTY (RSVP)
— DINING ETIQUETTE (Registration required)
— NEGOTIATING AN OFFER (Registration required)
— ACADEMIC JOB INTERVIEWING SKILLS (Registration required)

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September 23 – 29, 2019

Recurring Events:
1. WEEKLY DROP-IN SERVICES
2. WEEKLY RECURRING EVENTS

This Week’s Events:
3. OLE AT VT- DANCE CLASS
4. INTERNATIONAL GRADUATE STUDENT JOB SEARCHING TIPS
5. EQUAL PAY MAKES CENTS: PANEL AND Q&A ON SALARY NEGOTIATION, THE GENDER PAY GAP, AND KNOWING YOUR WORTH
6. DATA IN SOCIAL CONTEXT WORKSHOP
7. GRAPHICS IN BASE R
8. GLC CAFÉ
9. 8-WEEK HAPPINESS GROUP
10. GLC HIKE TO TINKER CLIFFS

Administrative Announcements:
11A. CALL FOR HBCU/MSI ALUMNI  STUDENT PANELISTS
11B. THE FIRST VIRGINIA TECH LATINX SYMPOSIUM  – 1st posting
11. CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR INSPIRING WOMEN IN LIFELONG LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE – 1st posting
12. TAKE WORLD RABIES DAY QUIZ TO BRING AWARENESS TO RABIES – 1st posting
13. CALL FOR PAPERS: COMMUNITY CHANGE – 3.1 (2019) and 4.1 (2020) – 1st posting
14. VMCVM’S TRUNK OR TREAT LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS – 1st posting
15. INTERFAITH CIRCLE – DEAN OF STUDENTS OFFICE – 1st posting
16. ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST – 1st posting
17. P.E.O. SCHOLAR AWARD NOMINATIONS SOUGHT – 2nd posting
18. ACCELERATE – PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM – 2nd posting
19. EDCI 5954: INFORMAL LEARNING IN NORTHERN ENGLAND – 2nd posting
20. RESEARCH TOOLS FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS WORKSHOP SERIES: FALL 2019 – 2nd posting
21. UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES STUDIOS WORKSHOP SERIES: FALL 2019 – 2nd posting
22. JOIN THE VT GRADUATE ACADEMY OF TEACHING EXCELLENCE (VT GrATE) – 3rd posting
23. PREPLAB INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH TEAM: CALL FOR TEAM MEMBERS – 3rd posting
24. 500 WOMEN SCIENTIST’S – BLACKSBURG POD – 3rd posting
25. VIRGINIA TECH HAZARD RESEARCH DAY, VTHRD19 POSTER CONTEST – 3rd posting

Jobs:
None at this time

Volunteers and research participants sought:
26. PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR STUDY ON GROUP CHATS – 2nd posting

Upcoming events:
— NON-ACADEMIC JOB INTERVIEWING SKILLS (Registration required)
— EMPLOYER MEET & GREET IN LANE STADIUM (RSVP)
— HISPANIC/LATINX STUDENT CONNECT LUNCH (10/3; register by 10/1)
— PUMPKIN PATCH GRADUATE STUDENT TRIP (10/6; register by 10/1)
— IRANIAN SOCIETY WELCOME PARTY (RSVP)
— DINING ETIQUETTE (Registration required)
— NEGOTIATING AN OFFER (Registration required)
— ACADEMIC JOB INTERVIEWING SKILLS (Registration required)

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