Seminar series offers graduate credit
Spectrum Volume 20 Issue 15 - December 11, 1997
"Scholarship in the Electronic World" is the topic of a spring seminar series sponsored by Research and Graduate Studies to address issues, opportunities, and conflicts that have arisen as universities try to make the best use of the Internet to share the results of research.
Leaders in graduate education from across the country, including Jules LaPidus, president of the Council of Graduate Studies, will be presenters on campus. Seminars will be held on eight Mondays, 4 to 5:30 p.m., from February 2 to April 13, in 30 Pamplin. Graduate students may earn one credit by attending the series. More information will be available in the January 15 Spectrum and on the RGS homepage (http://www.rgs.vt.edu/) from the "Announcements" site. For more information, contact John Eaton, associate provost for graduate studies, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-5645.