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Our students receive guidance and mentorship from renowned faculty thought-leaders and participate in meaningful academic collaborations that advance the knowledge base in their respective fields. In addition to academic and research excellence, our university provides support that allows students to fulfill their potential in and out of the classroom. This includes substantial financial assistance, professional development opportunities, and more than 150 graduate student groups.

We invite you to explore the diverse graduate programs within the School of Arts & Sciences and learn more about the varied career paths of our graduates. 

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Phillips wins Pulitzer Prize in Poetry

Phillips wins Pulitzer Prize in Poetry

Carl Phillips, a professor of English in Arts & Sciences, has won the 2023 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry. Phillips received the honor for his latest collection, “Then The War: And Selected Poems, 2007-2020.” The prizes were announced May 8.

2023 Graduate Student Appreciation Week

2023 Graduate Student Appreciation Week

The Office of Graduate Studies will host a series of activities April 3-7, 2023, to acknowledge and celebrate graduate students.

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