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Jan
24
2017

Drop-in Hours: "Ask the Grad School"

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…
Jan
24
2017

CAPS "The Mindful Grad" Group

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

Winter Writing Workshop Series: Unveiling Your Results Seminar

  The Graduate School, in collaboration with the Graduate Writing Center and the Graduate Student Success Center (GSSC), presents our Winter Writing Workshop Series with Chris Nelson. The…
Jan
26
2017

Writing Help Appointments for Graduate Students

Writing appointments with the Grad Writing Center (GWC) take place at the Graduate Student Success Center (GSSC) on Thursday's noon-3 p.m. MU 203, throughout the week at the GWC office,…
Jan
26
2017

Winter Writing Workshop Series: Unveiling Your Results Peer-review

The Graduate School, in collaboration with the Graduate Writing Center and the Graduate Student Success Center (GSSC), presents our Winter Writing Workshop Series with Chris Nelson. The Research Writing…
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