Close Menu
Graduate Research Conference

Improve Your Research and Presentation Skills with AGSERS

Each spring, the College of Education’s Graduate Student Education Council holds the Annual Graduate Student Educational Research Symposium (AGSERS). A collaboration between faculty and graduate students, the event lets grad students get feedback on their research and develop their presentation skills. Learn more about AGSERS or view pictures from the 2016 event.

Enyi Yen with GERI

Enyi Jen Recognized with National Award for Grad Students

Read about Enyi Jen’s work with Purdue’s Gifted Education Research and Resource Institute and her award from the National Association of Gifted Children (NAGC). Enyi is the fifth Purdue student to receive NAGC’s Doctoral Student Award in the past four years. Learn more.

LaMarcus Hall

LaMarcus Hall: Holmes Scholar and Graduate Researcher

LaMarcus Hall is the College of Education’s Holmes Scholar for 2015-2017. He is a second-year doctoral student in the College of Education. In addition, he is the assistant director of student life and development and an adjunct faculty member at Ivy Tech Community College in Indianapolis. His research investigates cultural spaces for underrepresented minorities in higher education.

In September, he was chosen as National Holmes Scholar of the Month by the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), which administers the Holmes Scholars Program. Recently, he presented a poster about his research at the AACTE conference in Las Vegas. Learn more about the Holmes Scholars program.