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May
29
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…
May
30
2017

Tuesday Teaching Talks (Week 9)

Tuesday Teaching Talks: Join colleagues and the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) every Tuesday for just-in-time-teaching workshops. Attend one or all. Certificates are provided to those who complete…
May
30
2017

Ask the Grad School Drop-in Hours

Need to know how to fill out a program of study, find a Graduate Council Representative (GCR), or schedule your final exam? These and many other questions can be answered…
May
30
2017

CAPS: The 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! Counseling and…
Jun
02
2017

Graduate Writing Center drop-ins

Stop by the Graduate Student Success Center (MU 203) to meet with representatives from the Graduate Writing Center.…
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