Graduate Education Week!
The NC State Graduate School is celebrating the first NC Graduate Education Week (March 16th through Sunday, March 22) to highlight the great work of our graduate students. In addition, the week will serve as an opportunity to attract prospective students and legitimize the need for state funding.
Events include a ‘Kick-Off’ breakfast on Monday morning and end with an International Fair on Sunday evening. In between, there are opportunities to help UGSA celebrate their 50th birthday, learn more about getting into Graduate School, attend the 4th Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium, build a home with Habitat for Humanity, and sing along with the college deans!
The University North Carolina system offers more than 700 master's and 200 doctoral and professional degree programs. From agriculture to creative writing to nuclear engineering, graduate studies in North Carolina drive the production of knowledge and contribute substantially to our state's economic and social prosperity.
Graduate education benefits the state of North Carolina in a number of ways.
We hope that you will join us as we recognize "North Carolina's Original Economic Stimulus Package --Graduate Education." For a full listing of events or more information regarding Graduate Education Week, please visit www.ncgradedweek.org/ncsu or contact the Graduate School.