Upcoming Events

Fall 2018 Events Flyer

Your quick guide to Graduate Student and Postdoc events happening at the U in Fall 2018.


Events Calendar

 

Calendar

Sept 26  |  Thesis Office Formatting Workshop
Sept 28  | 
Sept 27  |  Director of Graduate Studies (DoGS) Meeting
Sept 27  | 
Sept 28  | 
Oct 5  | 
Oct 5  | 
Oct 7-14  | 
Oct 8-11  | 
Oct 11  | 
Oct 5  | 
Oct 15  | Community College Career Options for Postdocs & Graduate Students
Oct 22  |  Graduate Council Meeting
Oct 25  |  Directors of Graduate Studies (DoGS) Meeting
Oct 25  | 
Oct 26  | 

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Upcoming Special Events



COMMUNITY COLLEGE CAREER OPTIONS FOR POSTDOCS & GRADUATE STUDENTS
Monday, October 15
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ADVERTISING FLYER

Community colleges enroll half of all undergraduate students in the United States and provide an affordable educational pathway for students to work toward their educational and career goals. Because community or technical colleges are located in nearly every geographic location in the United States, they offer many employment opportunities for students with graduate degrees. Join us to talk about career opportunities in the community college sector, the Community College Leadership and Teaching Certificate offered by the Department of Educational Leadership Policy, and local community college employment opportunities and experiences.

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MANAGING STRESS AS A GRADUATE STUDENT
Thursday, November 1
, Room 5310

ADVERTISING FLYER

Graduate school can be a time of high stress. Learning ways to accurately assess and manage stress is a key part of staying healthy and making the most of graduate training. This workshop will cover how to conceptualize and identify sources of stress, individual differences in stress risk and resilience, methods of reducing stress exposure, tips for getting better sleep, and much more!

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HOT DRINKS & MINDFULNESS
Wednesday, December 5
, Room 323

ADVERTISING FLYER

To close out the semester, The Yuput invites you to join us for cocoa, coffee, and tea as we learn mindfulness techniques from Dr. Alexis Arczynski that will help keep you centered during busy finals and end-of-the-year deadlines. This is also an excellent time to network and get to know graduate students from other disciplines.

No Registration Necessary.