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Oct
23
2017

Institutional Review Board (IRB) drop-in hours

Does my study require IRB review? What does the IRB look for when reviewing my application? What are some common mistakes I should avoid? Get your questions answered at the…
Oct
24
2017

Mindful grad meditation series

The responsibilities of graduate school can sometimes be overwhelming. Making mindfulness part of your routine can help reduce some of this stress and encourage a healthier, more focused you.…
Oct
24
2017

Research writing series: Literature review seminar

The Literature review Seminar addresses communication goals and strategies for writing Literature review sections for academic and research audiences. We will discuss how explicit and accessible language enables scholars…
Oct
25
2017

Career panel: Beyond the tenure track

Are you wondering about your career options outside of the tenure-track with an advanced degree? Join us for a panel discussion with successful professionals who pursued careers outside the…
Oct
26
2017

Grad Writing Center Appointments at the GSSC

Need writing help? Schedule a writing appointment with the Graduate Writing Center and meet them at the Graduate Student Success Center (GSSC) on Thursdays, 2-5 p.m. They also have additional…
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