Mission, Vision, Purpose
The Research Assistantships for Diverse Scholars (RADS) program intends to increase access and opportunities to graduate education for U.S. students from under-represented and under-served communities, and to increase graduate student diversity at WSU and in our degree programs. RADS awards are funded through a partnership between the Graduate School and the prospective student’s department or program. Priority is given to students who have participated in the Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program, Institute for the Recruitment of Teachers, or similar graduate education preparation programs.
RADS 2022-23 Events
Current RADS students are invited to our virtual and in-person events! Check your invite or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Exact times and dates for RADS Events for 2022-23 are still being set.
RADS Meet & Greet with Prospective RADS Students
March 10th, Time TBD, Place TBD
Check out your RADS colleagues throughout the years!
Read About our RADS Alum
Dr. Tabitha Espina
Dr. Tabitha Espina, a RADS alum, is featured in Washington State Magazine! Dr. Espina recently joined our RADS community in a virtual Brown Bag where she discussed her research as well as her personal journey as a graduate student at WSU Pullman and then as a new PhD on the job market.
Dr. Kait Hirchak
RADS Alum Dr. Kait Hirchak joins WSU’s Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine!
No question is ever too big or too small for us! We are always here to help and assist you during your academic journey.
Dr. Raymond Herrera
Associate Dean, Graduate School
Director, McNair Scholars Program
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