Register for a summer writing camp for graduate students
Do you want to improve your academic writing and research skills? Register for a Summer Graduate Writing Camp!
Grad15 Presents: Critical Reading Strategies
As graduate students, we know that sometimes it feels like you are reading constantly. We’ve all been there: we’re reading an article or chapter, our minds start to drift, and suddenly we realize we’ve read three paragraphs but can’t recall any of it.
Student questions answered at spring 2021 Graduate Student Town Hall
On Thursday, February 4, the Graduate College hosted its second Graduate Student Town Hall to address questions concerning a variety of topics submitted by students. Questions were answered by panelists Elizabeth Wentz, vice provost and dean of the Graduate College, Cassandra Aska, deputy vice president and dean of students, and Tamara Underiner and Enrique Vivoni, associate deans of the Graduate College.
Fall 2020 Graduate Workshop Series; Dates and info on virtual workshops designed to support grad students
Join the Graduate Academic Support Center for their Fall 2020 Graduate Workshop Series.
The series includes a range of writing and statistics workshops that are designed to support graduate students as they pursue advanced degrees and future employment. These workshops are offered throughout the fall semster and will be held via Zoom. Students who register for workshops but cannot attend live can receive a copy of the recording to view later. Read all about upcoming workshops and register below!