Day: July 21, 2011

Summer GSG Travel Grants Awarded

Congratulations to the following students who received Summer GSG Travel Grants:

Presenting

  • Adam Abraham
  • Ananyo Bandopadhyay
  • Andrew Williemsen
  • Arash Hosseinzadeh
  • Azad Henareh Khalyani
  • Beini Jiang
  • Bryan Murray
  • Casey Fritsch
  • David Clark
  • Ehsan Taheri
  • Ellen Brenna
  • Fang Chen
  • Fengli Zhang
  • Foad Yousef
  • Gary Kaunonen
  • Jaclyn Nesbitt
  • Jacquelyn Nyenhuis
  • Jeremy Boss
  • John Mayer
  • Kaitlyn Bunker
  • Kari Jordan
  • Kumar Vanga
  • Margo Woller-Carter
  • Mark Weise
  • Martin Hobmeier
  • Meagan Harless
  • Meredith Ballard
  • Parichehi Saranjampour
  • Renee Oats
  • Renn Lambert
  • Saima Ghaszal
  • Sanchai Kuboon
  • Sayyed Hessam Mir Shah
  • Sean Gohman
  • Seyedmehdi Mortazavi
  • Srinivasa R Sripathi
  • Stephanie Hamilton
  • Subhashish Mandal
  • Tara L. Bal
  • Thomas Daunais
  • Weilue He
  • Weilue Hu
  • Xiahui Wang
  • Yaoxian Huang
  • Yunzhu Zhao

Attending

  • Anthony Matthys
  • Erica Jones
  • Jie Li
  • Joel Suss
  • Patrick Belling

The Fall Travel Grant submissions are also now open. If you are traveling to a conference during the Fall semester you are encouraged to submit your application as soon as you have your acceptance to the conference.  Contact Margo Waller-Carter if you have any questions.


Graduate Student Parking

Graduate student parking for the fall semester will go on sale Tuesday, July 26th at 7:30 am for lots 5 and 34.  Keep in mind that even though it prompts you to choose a specific lot when signing up for parking, you are not guaranteed to be able to park in that lot.  Both lots will be available on a first-come,first-served basis daily with your permit stating you will have access to both lots.

Parking decals will no longer be sent to your mailing address, even though the option is still available when you resgister.  Students can have them mailed to their department on campus, or choose to pick them up in the Registrar’s Office once they become available.  If you choose to pick the decals up, there will be an email sent in August letting you know when the parking decals are ready to be picked up.

Please note that parking registration will only be available online and will not be available in the Registrar’s Office.

In Banweb under the Personal Information tab, choose Self Serve Parking.  In order to register for parking, you must have your vehicle registered with the University.  You may add, delete, or update your vehicle information at any time.

The lot registration button will not appear on the Vehicle Registration page until Tuesday morning when parking goes on sale.  If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Registrar’s Office at 487-2319.


Industrial Archaeology Program Cosponsors Events

The Industrial Archaeology Program, of the Department of Social Sciences, is cosponsoring events that are part of the Isle Royale and Keweenaw Parks Association’s annual meeting this weekend, July 23 and 24.

Associate Professors Tim Scarlett and Susan Martin (both of SS), with Red Jacket Trolley’s Wil Shapton, will be leading a guided trolley tour centering on copper mining in Isle Royale and in the Keweenaw. The trip will run from 1 to 4 p.m., Sunday, July 24, starting at Calumet and then moving on to the Cliff Mine. The cost is $10; space is limited and advance registration is required.

Other events include a stereoscopic tour of Lake Superior, Isle Royale, and the Keweenaw in the 1860s and early 1900s, and a book signing. For more information on these events, visit parks.

For more information call 482-3627 or email irkpa@irkpa.org.

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