Dr. Lucky Mason-Williams
PEGO is a not-for-profit, student-run entity, funded by the activity fees graduate students pay at the beginning of each semester.
PEGO is a sub-organization of the Graduate Student Organization (GSO), which dictates acceptable use of funds through the GSO Constitution.
All graduate students enrolled in the Graduate School of Education are automatically members of the PEGO and the GSO, and therefore are entitled to their services.
What does PEGO do?
In seeking to serve its members in a variety of ways, PEGO:
PEGO sends all of its announcements to members via the departmental listserv. If you are not currently receiving postings on the listserv,
contact the Education Office.
Materials and equipment provided by PEGO for loan can be borrowed for two-week time periods. To borrow any of our materials contact education office secretary Jeannette Lowell (email@example.com). If feasible PEGO will purchase additional items for the Graduate School of Education. PEGO has also created a teacher education curriculum library. Check it out!
Hello, all returning and new GSE students!
This semester, PEGO will emerge with a renewed focus. We plan to emphasize the P in PEGO through events tailored to the professional needs of both Masters and Doctoral level students. Our first event will be on February 21st we will describe the specific kinds of professional development PEGO members (that's you!) can get reimbursed for by PEGO. We'll also talk about how to apply for reimbursement for attending conferences and local workshops.
We have many ideas on how to make this organization the best possible, but we need to hear from you to make sure you get the most out of PEGO. We will make time during the first event to hear your suggestions and ideas. We look forward to seeing you February 21st at 4:15 in the second floor conference room. Drinks and snacks will be provided.
If you have any questions or ideas before this event, please feel free to e-mail Megan (firstname.lastname@example.org) for Master's students or Lizabeth (email@example.com) for Doctoral students.
See you on February 21st!
Megan and Lizabeth
The PEGO Doctoral Brown Bag series is a monthly meeting for doctoral students in which guest speakers from the university and scholarly community share information on topics related to research and/or doctoral studies. The Brown Bags are held on Fridays evenings in Academic Building B from 5-6:30 pm in the Graduate School of Education. Please check the schedule below for Brown Bag dates and topics.
September 7, 2012 - Dr. Bogum Yoon, The Research Question: From the Perspective of the Totality
October 5, 2012 - Dr. Bogum Yoon, Evaluator, not a "Summarizer": The Active Role of Conducting a Literature Review
November 9, 2012 - Dr. Karem Bromley and Dr. Marla Mallette, The Top 7 Things We've Learned about Writing and Publishing
December 7, 2012 - John Livermore, An Introduction to SPSS
January 25, 2013 - Dr. Candace Mulcahy, Securing a Position in Higher Education
February 15, 2013 - Dr. Lucky Mason-Williams, Dissecting the CV: What to Include, What Not to Include, and Where Everything Goes
March 1, 2013 - Dean S.G. Grant, The Changing Landscape of Education?
September 20, 2013 - Dr. Pamela Sandoval, Planning Your Doctoral Program
February 7, 2014 - Celebrating the Life and Work of Dr. Jean Anyon
March 14, 2014 - Dr. Nicole Fenty - Making the Most of Conferences
April 4th, 2014, Topic and presenters TBA
May 16th, 2014, Topic and Presenters TBA
Office: AB G13
Last Updated: 2/26/14