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Learn More About Diversity, Inclusion, Climate and Equity (DICE) at Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College

As the Assistant Dean of Diversity, Inclusion, Climate and Equity (DICE) at Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College, I’d like to invite your students and alumni to the “virtual” information session I’m hosting next week as part of our prospective student open house, Fall Visitation! In this interactive session, I plan to talk about the work we’re doing in the DICE office to impact and improve the student experience, to foster community and belonging and to engage our students in bringing critical conversations about the intersection of technology, policy and justice to Heinz College. This conversation is intended for any and all of your students and/or alumni who may be interested in learning more about Heinz College and the work we’re doing at DICE.

This session will be happening on Wednesday, November 16, from 7-8pm ET. For more information, please visit our Fall Visitation website. All sessions will be hosted November 14-18, 2022 and registration can be found here.

Other online sessions we will be offering next week include: 

  • Master’s Program Overviews
  • Career Services, Support and Outcomes 
  • Current Student Panels
  • Admissions and Financial Aid for Heinz College students

Please consider passing this invitation along to all of your students and alumni! Those who attend will connect with current students, faculty, myself and other Heinz leadership; specifically, they would be able to connect with community members who are actively engaging in DICE related work. 

Thank you so much for your help. I’m looking forward to connecting with your students!

Interested in Public Policy? Learn More About UChicago’s Harris School of Public Policy

Greetings from the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago! My name is Shilin Liu and I am the Executive Director of Admissions at Harris. We have had students from your institution enroll in our programs in the past, and I am extending the invitation for your community members to continue to join our programs this year. It would be highly appreciated if you would forward this email to those in your community who may be interested in graduate school or a career in public policy or policy analysis.  
The Harris School of Public Policy offers a variety of full-time degree programs and non-degree credential programs.  

Thank you, and I look forward to connecting!  

Learn to Teach at Harvard

Teachers change lives – be part of that change at the Harvard Graduate School of Education by becoming a teacher. Applications are now open for the new Teaching and Teacher Leadership master’s program, which will prepare you to lead transformative learning experiences that expand opportunity, fuel student success, and make a positive impact on young people and their communities.

We offer two ways to become licensed to teach in a U.S. school. In the residency model, you’ll jump in and make an immediate impact as a teacher of record in a Boston-area school, while gaining the rich and meaningful preparation you need. This model offers you extensive fellowship support that will make your master’s degree affordable. We also offer an internship model, for those who seek to ramp up teaching responsibility more gradually. Upon graduating from either model, you will be eligible to teach English, science, math, and history at the middle school and high school levels. 

The application deadlines are November 1, 2022, for the residency model, which carries priority for significant fellowship support, and January 5, 2023 for the internship model.

Learn more about TTL at one of our September information sessions (on Zoom):

  • General Info Session, Thursday, September 15, 1pm EST (Register here
  • STEM Info Session, Tuesday September 27, 3pm EST (Register here)

Harvard is committed to supporting new teachers – with extensive funding opportunities, mentors to learn from, and field experiences that will fuel your professional growth.

Thinking of a Master’s in Education – Check Out William & Mary Info Session!

William & Mary’s School of Education offers a wide range of degree programs: Teacher Education (MAEd), Higher Education Leadership (MEd, PhD, and EdD), Counseling (MEd in clinical mental health counseling, family counseling, addictions counseling, military and veterans counseling, school counseling), School Psychology (MEd, EdS), Counselor Education (PhD). Our programs vary in delivery, from on campus, online, and hybrid.

Check out our flyer by clicking here. Thank you for your help in promoting our programs and finding the right graduate programs for your students. More information, including registration, is available on our website. 

If you have any questions regarding our programs, these events, or would like us to schedule a virtual visit with your school, please feel free to contact me at any time.

Thank you for your time and consideration.
Click for More Information and To Register
Contact: Elizabeth Cavallari, Manager, Recruitment and Admissions
(757) 221-2380 or emcavallari@wm.edu

Interested in Becoming a Teacher Mentor? Teacher’s College Columbia University

Hello Middlebury students!

The Office of Admission at Teachers College would love to meet you this fall, so mark those calendars!  We invite you to join us at a variety of dynamic virtual events we will be hosting that are accessible from anywhere. A full calendar of our offerings can be found here, but I would like to highlight a few in particular that you might find especially beneficial. 

Our Virtual Open Houses are a great way to explore the unique community that is Teachers College, Columbia University. During these sessions you will hear directly from admission and financial aid representatives, a panel of faculty, and current students.  You will also have the opportunity to learn more about your academic department of interest in a breakout session.

For a simple overview of TC’s history, mission, academics, research opportunities, and application process, we invite you to join an Admission Virtual Information Session, which will be led by a TC Admission staff member and include an Q&A session at the end. We also encourage you to tune in to one of our Virtual Tours, which are narrated by the voices who know the student experience best: (drum roll please…) our very own Student Ambassadors! 

Need tips, have questions, or simply want to get a better picture of our application process? If so, attend our Admission Virtual Workshop on Crafting an Ideal TC Application!  During this session, we will demystify the graduate school application process, while providing key tips on how you can strengthen your application materials.

While we won’t be traveling this fall, we will be attending an array of Virtual Graduate Fairs hosted by schools and organizations around the country. Feel free to stop by our (virtual) table and chat with a TC Admission representative!

Finally, our dedicated admission liaisons represent each of our programs and will be happy to offer one on one assistance whenever it is needed. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to your program’s liaison with any questions!

We look forward to connecting with you further on your pathway to graduate school!


Ashley Blasland

Ashley Blasland

Associate Director of Admission

Office of Admission

Division of Enrollment Management

525 W 120th St New York, NY 10027

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Denver Publishing Institute informational webinar on Wednesday, February 17

Margaret Shaheen, Program Coordinator at the Denver Publishing Institute, will host an informational webinar on Wednesday, February 17th to discuss the kinds of opportunities the publishing industry affords and the training the Denver Publishing Institute offers.  

The Denver Publishing Institute is an intensive, four-week, graduate-level, summer program that provides a broad overview of all aspects of the publishing industry in lectures and hands-on workshops in editing and marketing. The faculty members are all professionals working in the publishing industry, and they cover topics from the role of the editor to marketing, from international publishing and markets to the work of the literary agent, from textbook to digital publishing. The 2021 Denver Publishing Institute will run from July 11th to August 6th.

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Call for Applications: Master’s Program in European & Mediterranean Studies, NYU

The Center for European and Mediterranean Studies (CEMS) at New York University is pleased to announce a call for applications to its Masters in European and Mediterranean Studies program.

Applications for Fall 2021 are being accepted and reviewed on a rolling basisTuition scholarships will also be offered to candidates accepted to the MA program. It is recommended to apply as soon as possible, as funds are limited. The Master’s in European and Mediterranean Studies is an interdisciplinary program in the social sciences and humanities that is designed to prepare students for professions in the public, non-profit, or private sectors requiring an advanced understanding of Europe and the Mediterranean region. Our graduates also go on to pursue Ph.D. studies in history, political science, international relations, international development, and a range of other fields.   

In addition to courses offered by the CEMS Department, graduate students may take classes with a European/Mediterranean focus offered by other departments—including, but not limited to, history, politics, anthropology, cinema studies, French studies, Italian studies, Irish studies, and many other disciplines. Students may also take courses at other NYU schools—such as the School of Law or Graduate School of Public Service—as well as at Columbia University, through a special Consortium agreement existing between the two institutions.  

CEMS students have the advantage of being part of a small department with dedicated faculty, ensuring close access to professors, while being part of a large research institution with a wide variety of resources available to them. Additionally, if students want to gain more professional experience, they can take advantage of the many internship opportunities in New York City, most of them for academic credit. Students can also broaden their studies with various opportunities abroad, and are encouraged to apply for summer grants to perform research, to work, or to study abroad. In the past, our candidates have received funding to study at one of our several NYU campuses abroad, to work at various NGOs, think tanks, and other European organizations, or to carry out research either independently or in the program of their own choosing. 

For any inquiries, please email european.studies@nyu.edu or call 1.212.998.3838