Funding for Interdisciplinary Grad Groups (IGG) announced

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Five new and four existing interdisciplinary graduate groups received funding in the 2013 Graduate School competition. Intended to facilitate collaboration among faculty, staff, and students with similar interdisciplinary interests, Interdisciplinary Graduate Groups (IGG) also seek and support the development of research, educational, or training activities that expand and enhance interdisciplinary graduate and professional education.

For more information, see the funding announcement.

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