65 Graduate Students travel to 11 different state and national conferences
The 2013-2014 academic year was a busy one for our graduate students. Sixty-five students from the School Librarianship, Health & Physical Education, English, Communication Science & Disorders, Counselor Education, Criminal Justice & Social Policy and Reading, Literacy and Learning programs visited eleven different professional conferences with the support of their faculty and graduate studies travel grants. Students presented, participated, received awards, talked to vendors, networked with colleagues, spent time with their faculty members in a professional setting, and experienced the value of attending state and national conferences designed to bring specialists in their academic and career areas together. Read what students had to say about their experiences.