The Graduate Student Assembly is proud to announce the first recipients of the Original Work and Professional Development Grants. We received a large number of quality applications and were able to award a total of $4650.00 to nine graduate students.
The awards will be used to support either original research that is being conducted here at Wright State University or to help graduate students present their research at conferences worldwide. The Graduate Student Assembly would like to personally congratulate Ahmed Obeidat, Astrea Taylor, Triet Truong, Bradley Custer, Colleen McCormick, Katlin Bowman, Kirti Kant Paulia, M. Renee Benham, and Matthew Conaway for their hard work and being the Winter Quarter, 2012 recipients of the Graduate Student Assembly Grants. It is uplifting to know such great research and work are being conducted by Wright State University students!
If you are a Wright State University graduate or professional student and are interested in becoming more involved with the Graduate Student Assembly or applying for the March round of the Original Work and Professional Development Grant awards, please click on the JOIN GSA and GRANT PROGRAMS tabs at the top of the page.
James Greening, Grant Committee Chair