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February 2001

Release Date: February 5, 2001

Program Set Feb. 12 for Individuals Interested in Grad School

An informational program aimed at individuals who are considering graduate school but who may have been out of college for a while is scheduled for Monday, Feb. 12, on the campus of Angelo State University.

ASU Graduate Dean Carol Diminnie will present the informational session "Grad School and You" for anyone interested in attending graduate school. The session will benefit both current college students and individuals who may have received their undergraduate degrees years earlier, but are now considering graduate school either as a way to advance their current careers or to move into new careers.

The program is scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 12, in the Nasworthy Suite located in Rooms 204 and 205 on the second floor of the Houston Harte University Center on the ASU Campus. The University Center is located at 1910 Rosemont.

Topics to be covered during the session will include reasons to attend graduate school, where to go for information, how to prepare for graduate school and what ASU's Graduate School has to offer. Diminnie will then be available to answer individual questions.

Diminnie said the rapid pace of change in today's highly technical world makes ongoing education critical to the long-term success of a career. She said a graduate degree is becoming more and more important for career success and advancement.

For more information on the program or on ASU's graduate program, call 942-2169.