we are now accepting applications for TCU Staff & Faculty Fellowships. Please find the attached PDF with hyperlinks and more information, including deadlines. We are now offering fellowships between $2,000-$40,000 to obtain your graduate degrees. If you are interested an advanced degree, please give us a call to see if we can help support your education journey!
Mellon Master’s Fellowships:
Up to $25,000 for Staff or Faculty pursuing a Master’s Degree
Deadline: May 1, 2020
Mellon Graduate Hours Fellowships:
Up to $15,000 for Faculty pursuing graduate credits (enrollment in a degree program optional)
Deadline: Always accepting applications
Nyswander/Blanchard Pre-Dissertation Fellowship
Between $2,000-$10,000 for Faculty enrolled in a Ph.D or Ed.D. Program
Deadline: April 17, 2020
Mellon Faculty Career Enhancement Fellowships
$40,000 for Faculty enrolled in a Ph.D Program
Deadline: May 1, 2020
Please don’t hesitate to contact me for any further inquiries.
Antelope Lake, S.D. ---- Sinte Gleska University is canceling student participation at the upcoming American Indian Higher Education Consortium Student Conference in Albuquerque, N.M. as a health pre-caution related to the spread of the CORONAVirus.
“The University is concerned about the impact of our students participating in this annual Tribal college event,” said SGU President Dr. Lionel R. Bordeaux. “The primary concern is the possibility of virus exposure by our students to the most vulnerable of the Sicangu Oyate, our elders, and the rest of the Sicangu Nation Oyate.”
The annual conference is scheduled March 21-24, 2020. It has been typically attended by over 1,000 students representing 38 Tribal colleges and universities. “We know our students may be disappointed by this action,” remarked SGU President Bordeaux. “At the same time, we hope our students will share our concern about the potential risk to their elders and others.”
Oglala Lakota College is taking similar action, and other institutions are assessing health pre-caution options.
SGU Daycare will be closed 3/6/20. We apologize for the short notice and any inconveniences this may cause. We will resume normal business operations Monday, March 9th.
If you are planning on graduating this Summer (2020), please stop in and visit with your advisor to start the process.
Ruth Krogh's classes: ED 206 and EDAD 665 will NOT be held tonight, Monday, March 2, due to the instructor's illness.
All of the Business classes today will be moved to Student Services, due to continued heating problems.
Sheila Wheeler’s Accounting classes,
Maureece Heinert’s BA 246 and BA 360, and
Natasha Eagle Stars BA 450 AND EN 301
Nick Klein's classes will resume on a normal schedule next week March 2-5. Please spread the word and don't forget his classes will meet the first two weeks of May to make up for missed time.