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Learn more about graduate student support resources and interact with your fellow graduate students March 20 through March 24 during Grad Week.
On Wednesday, March 22, join the Graduate College and ASU Career and Professional Development Services from 1 - 4 p.m. in the Memorial Union for graduate student career development workshops. In between, check out the Graduate & Professional Student Association's(GPSA) Research Symposium from 12 - 2 p.m. on the Student Services Lawn.
On Thursday, March 23, join GPSA on the Student Services Lawn from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. for the annual Grad Picnic for free food and give-aways.
Finally, on Monday, March 27, join the Graduate College, Career and Professional Development Services, the Writing Center and ASU Libraries from 12 - 4 p.m. in the Memorial Union for a second day of our professional and career development workshops.
Download the workshop schedule and RSVP information here, or see specific event descriptions under 'Upcoming Professional Development Workshops - Career' below.
Our Community of Scholars offers workshops and seminars to provide students with a substantial resource network. To view current programming, browse by category below or on our upcoming events page. For a printable copy of the schedule, download the PDF.
All Community of Scholars programs are offered free of charge.
Community of Scholars academic programming is designed to guide graduate students through a successful graduate school career, from the classroom through research and the thesis or dissertation. Look for these workshops this spring, and check back frequently for additional sessions:
For graduate students looking for networking, community-building, or professional or peer support opportunities outside the classroom or research lab, Community of Scholars partners with various units around campus to provide ongoing engagement opportunities. Check back often as we finalize our spring community programming.
Prepare for your career post-ASU, whether within academia or elsewhere, by attending a Community of Scholars career-prep workshop or seminar. Look for these this spring, and check back frequently for updates to program offerings:
Don't see what you are looking for or have a suggestion for programming? Let us know at email@example.com.
Graduate College collaborates with Career Services, the Graduate Writing Center, ASU Alumni Association, the Graduate and Professional Students Association, Princeton Review, academic colleges and graduate student organizations to bring dynamic, quality programming to our students through the Community of Scholars. To learn more about partnering with us, contact Zachary Reeves-Blurton.
Graduate College is excited to announce our first annual Impact Awards, recognizing outstanding achievements in knowledge mobilization by ASU graduate students.
Knowledge mobilization captures the concepts and practices that optimize the knowledge and creativity produced in an educational setting. It enriches the sciences, arts, industry and cultural discourse, and marks the link between research and change and between the academy and the public it serves.