Subject librarians are a valuable and, for some students, little known resource on our campus.
Writing is often seen as a solitary venture. Even when you’re writing in a public place such as the library or a coffee shop, you aren’t interacting with others.
Whether you’ve just begun your graduate school career or are in your final semester coursework, odds are you’ve been thinking about your professional future and the impending job search.
Navigating Graduate School
Getting the Support You Need: Starting a Writing Group
Time Management: How to Plan for a Successful Semester
Treating Graduate School Like a Career
Opportunities to be Professionally Mentored
Five Reasons to Attend the Research Fair
Looking for Something?
Self-Promotion and the Job SearchTitles in AcademiaPlanning a Program of StudiesFive Reasons to Attend the Campuswide Workshop for Graduate Teaching Assistants
For doctoral candidates and many Master's degree students, one of the final steps after the dissertation or thesis is written includes an oral defense. If you're preparing for a defense, you may be worried.
Most graduate students find themselves with research responsibilities, and for many this may be the first time they're given the opportunity to help run a lab.
In life and graduate school, sometimes "stuff happens." Despite your best intentions and thorough planning, complications arise: advisors leave, research stalls, bureaucracy slows you down, etc.
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