Welcome to the Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (OGPS) at Tulane University! OGPS advances graduate education and enhances postdoctoral training through program oversight, policy development, and implementation of focused activities. OGPS is part of the Office of Academic Affairs.
2012-13 PhD Program Annual Update is now available.
New Graduate Student Instructor Orientation Materials
Review the Teaching Resource Manual and the presentations.
AY 2012-13 Student Healthcare Plan Rates
UnitedHealthcare will provide insurance coverage for graduate and professional students in AY 2012-13.
Postdoc Survey Results
Review the results of the needs assessment survey administered to Tulane's Postdoctoral Research Fellows.
External Funding Resources
Check out our list of external funding resources for fellowships, research grants, and postdoctoral training.
Carrie Manore, a postdoctoral fellow in the in the Center for Computational Science and Department of Mathematics, at Tulane University, is making waves as a promising early career scientist.
Manore has received numerous accolades for her doctoral dissertation in mathematics and ecosystem informatics, which she submitted earlier this year at Oregon State University. She received the Council of Graduate Schools/Proquest 2012 Distinguished Dissertation Award in Mathematics, Physical Science and Engineering at Oregon (and has advanced to the national level of competition). She also won the Lee Segel Prize that recognizes the best student paper published in the Bulletin of Mathematical Biology in the previous two years.
“My dissertation focused on modeling the spread of infectious diseases that can affect multiple species,” says Manore.
Read more at the New Wave.
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