True Colors promotes self-esteem, respect and confidence. This 90-minute workshop strengthens relationships and creates a more harmonious environment True Colors provides a universal language that connects an organization, a family, a team and helps foster appreciation of differences in self and others. This workshop is open for both undergraduate and graduate students.
Many scholars enjoy co-authoring because doing allows them to have an opportunity to develop new ideas, extend our methodological toolkit, and share the workload. During this panel discussion, you will hear from faculty and current students who are in the process or who have collaborated in the past. We welcome any student (at any level) who is interested in co-authorship and collaboration in writing and research to attend. Panelist include both students and faculty.
The Graduate School, the Career Center, and the Alumni Association are pleased to present the twelfth annual Career Symposium for Graduate Students and Postdocs.
This event is designed to be an opportunity for graduate students and postdocs to:
Explore various career paths
Learn how to enhance their job marketability
Develop connections with employers and successful graduate-level alumni
The symposium will also provide an opportunity for faculty and advisers to gain information that will be useful in mentoring students about career paths.
Getting Hired with a Graduate Degree: Tips from Employers
4:00–5:30 p.m. | Kane 210
You are invited to hear from a panel of employers who will share tips for landing a job with a graduate degree. Panelists will share strategies for being a competitive candidate and navigating the job search process from application to interview. This event is free and no registration required.
Networking Reception: Grad Students, Postdocs, & Alumni
5:30–7:00 p.m. | Kane Hall – Walker Ames Room
Join us for a unique opportunity to chat with interesting graduate-level alumni in a welcoming and semi-structured environment. You’ll have a chance to practice your networking skills and build new connections with friendly graduate-degree holders who have found meaningful work and are eager to share their stories and tips. Plus, enjoy free snacks and beverages! This event is free and no registration required.
Monday, November 2 10:30-11:30 am
Miller Hall,212 Faculty and staff from the College and the UW Human Subjects division who are familiar with research and with the regulations governing the use of human subjects in research will provide an overview of the steps you must take before conducting research using human subjects. This workshop is intended for doctoral students and advanced master’s students; all other interested graduate students are encouraged to attend, too.
This workshop will provide an overview of APA style writing and resources. Topics covered will be: format, titles, citation, and more. Both undergraduate and graduate students are welcome. This session will be facilitated by Odegaard Writing and Research Center.