Graduate Student Advisory Council
Graduate Student Body Representatives strive to enhance condition of graduate student life through the work of the council itself, its commissions dedicated to specific issues of concern, and through the representation of graduate students to the university administration.
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Student Handbook (coming soon)
- Professional development workshops
- Thesis/Dissertation Related Workshops/Events
- Library/Research/Writing Workshops
Please visit our event calendar website for more details and to register
Graduate Scholarships and Fellowships
Scholarship opportunities at the graduate level are available through both the Graduate School and graduate academic departments.
- Applications are accepted during the Spring semesters for awards that will begin the following Fall semester.
- Application is due February 15, 2013 - online application
- For more information, visit the scholarships page.
- Questions, concerns, or for assistance: email@example.com.
Grant Proposal and Writing Resources
This website includes Texas Tech University and national resources to help graduate students search for external funding opportunities, grantsmanship/writing tips and data management plans http://www.depts.ttu.edu/gradschool/scholarships/grantproposalresources.php
Research Poster Competition
This annual event is designed to encourage students to: engage in high quality, sound, and pertinent research; gain experience in the presentation of research, demonstrate poise and mental agility before their peers, and develop skills in effective communication for dissemination of research information. More information is distributed during the Spring semesters.
Arts and Humanities Graduate Research Conference
The Texas Tech University Graduate School hosted the second annual Liberal Arts and Humanities Graduate Research Conference. A two-day conference of paper presentations by TTU Graduate Students in Liberal Arts and Humanities was held on October 25-27, 2012. The conference is an opportunity for graduate students in the liberal arts and humanities to share their scholarship with peers, have their presentations reviewed by a panel of judges, win awards for best of panel and best of conference categories, and have their work published in a TTU Graduate Research Conference Proceedings.
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Student Travel Funding
The Graduate School has funds that can match departmental funding to provide support for graduate student conference travel:
Red to Black Financial Counseling
This program focuses on the personal financial needs of Texas Tech University students. Counseling topics include debt and credit card management, budgeting, loan consolidation, credit reports, employee benefit selection, and retirement planning. For detailed information visit: http://www.r2b.ttu.edu