The Graduate College offers workshops and resources to assist graduate students in completing their degree. Some of the regularly scheduled workshops include: Producing and Presenting Scholarly Work and Developing and Formatting Theses and Dissertations. There are various other professional and personal development workshops offered to students throughout the year.

    Participants
    • Master's Students
    • Doctoral Students
    • Professional Students
    • Postdoc
    Skills Emphasized
    • Lab management
    • Communication and presentation
    • Writing
    • Professional networking
    • Research development
    • Governance, risk and compliance
    • Job search
    • Mentoring
    • Leadership
    • Data science
    • Science policy
    • Technology commercialization
    • Teaching
    • Research ethics
    Services Offered
    • Workshops
    External Partners
    • Private companies/industry
    • Non-profit organizations
    • Federal agencies
    • Entrepreneurs/Self-employed
    University Collaborations
    • Career services/career center
    • Communications program
    • Writing program or writing center
    • Office of graduate fellowships & awards
    • Center for Teaching and Learning
    • University libraries

     

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