Your shop is everything that has to do with your graduate degree, including program requirements, research, and more. Grad College Shop Talks provide presentations in key areas of your shop—everything from strategies for moving through your degree to research support to disseminating your scholarship to planning for your career.

    Participants
    • Master's Students
    • Doctoral Students
    • Professional Students
    Skills Emphasized
    • Communication and presentation
    • Writing
    • Professional networking
    • Research development
    • Job search
    • Mentoring
    • Research ethics
    • Thesis/Dissertation strategies
    • IRB processes and procedures
    • Library and database research
    • Copyright issues
    • Social media
    • Conference preparation
    Services Offered
    • Workshops
    External Partners
    • No external partners identified.
    University Collaborations
    • Career services/career center
    • Writing Center
    • University Extension Unit
    • University libraries
    • Office of Equity and Access
    • Counseling Center
    • Integrity & Compliance (IRB)
    • Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion
    • International Office
    • Office of Professional Development
    • Office of the Provost

     

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