Workshop Series

Weekly workshops are offered throughout the year for you to work on the six core competencies that graduate students should develop during the course of their training. Events are open to everyone, including students, postdocs, faculty, and staff. 

 

Most workshops are recorded and can be found in the drop-down menus at the bottom of this page.

 

Tips, Tools, and Resources for Managing Your Finances and Making Informed Financial Decisions

October 5, 2022 ( 12pm to 1pm) via Zoom

With Dr. Martie Gillen 

Knowledge is power and this is especially true when managing your finances.  Dr. Gillen will share tips, tools and resources for managing your finances and making informed financial decisions. 

Register here

Core Skill: Effectiveness & Purpose


Considerations when Making Employment Decisions

October 12, 2022 (12pm to 1pm) via Zoom

With Dr. Martie Gillen

Dr. Gillen will share tips, tools, and resources for evaluating employment offers including relocating for a new job.

Register here

Core Skill: Professionalism


How to Avoid Plagiarism

October 19, 2022 (11:45am to 12:45pm) via Zoom

With Suzanne Stapleton & Amy Buhler

In this workshop you will develop an awareness of the different types and consequences of plagiarism. You will learn techniques and tools to be an ethical writer.

Register here

Core Skill: Research Skills & Knowledge


How to Revise Academic Writing

October 26, 2022 (11:45am to 12:45pm) via Zoom

With Eric Vallee

In this workshop, you will learn an adaptable system for revising academic writing across the disciplines. Since organization is both paramount and commonly problematic in graduate work, this workshop should give you some practical, simple tools for those anxiety-inducing days before you submit your research.

Register here

Core Skill: Communication


Identifying and Articulating Your Transferable Skills as a Graduate Student

November 2, 2022 (11:45am to 12:45pm) via Zoom

With Allie Simon (Career Connections Center)

As a graduate student, you are developing essential and technical skills that can be translated to a variety of job opportunities. In this interactive working session, you will practice identifying and communicating your specific expertise and skills as a graduate student. You are encouraged to have access to your LinkedIn profile and resume/CV to edit and make changes throughout the session.

Core Skill: Career Advancement


What Nobody Ever Tells You: Writing Tips for International Graduate Students 

November 9, 2022 (11:45am to 12:45pm) via Zoom

With Jennifer Lejeune Ramos

This hour-long workshop will target areas of academic writing that often pose a challenge to non-native speakers. We will cover three topics that can bring about noticeable improvement: the most common ESL errors and how to avoid them, good design principles for tables and graphics, and patterns of organization to enhance paragraph readability.

Core Skill: Communication


 

The Key to Finding a Great Mentor: Be a Great Mentee!

November 16, 2022 (11:45am to 12:45pm) via Zoom

With Roger Fillingim 

Effective mentoring improves academic and professional outcomes, however, many trainees have limited access to high-quality mentoring. The goal of this presentation is to discuss the components of high-quality mentoring and to consider the role of the mentee in enhancing the mentoring relationship.

Core Skill: Effectiveness & Purpose


 

Questions? Contact Caroline Reeg at creeg@ufl.edu

 

Date and TimeSession TitlePresenterRecordings, Transcripts, and MaterialsCore Competencies

January 19

11:45am-12:45pm 

How to Ace Zoom Interviews for Faculty Positions Antonio Faciola, Associate Professor, UF Department of Animal Sciences

How to Ace Zoom Interviews recording

Ace Interviews 2022

Career Advancement 

January 26

11:45am-1:15pm

Thesis and Dissertation Electronic Submission  Stacy Wallace and Anna Pardo (Graduate School Editorial Office)

Thesis and Dissertation Electronic Submittion recording 

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation ppt

Research Skills and Knowledge 

February 2

11:45am- 12:45pm

Finding International Postdocs and Jobs Jackson Howard- EURAXESS North America

International jobs and postdocs recording 

International Jobs and Postdocs ppt

Career Advancement 

February 9

11:45am- 12:45pm

"Finding the Gap" and Identifying a Good Thesis or Dissertation Topic  David Schweider 

Finding the Gap PPT 

Scholarly Information Search- Overview and Strategies PDF

Finding Books, Journal Articles, and Other Sources

Research Skills and Knowledge  

February 16

11:45am- 12:45pm

Working in a Way that Truly Works: A Self-Honoring Path to Productivity  Dr. Alison Miller- Dissertation Coach  Working in a Way that Truly Works presentation  Effectiveness and Purpose 

February 23

11:45am- 12:45pm

Successful Strategies for Preparing Fundable Grant Applications  Bess Gail de Farber 

Successful Strategies for Preparing Fundable Grant Applications presentation 

Strategies for Successful Grant Applications PPT

Management and Leadership 

March 2

11:45am- 12:45pm

Explore the Ethics of Authorship  Michelle Leonard    Research Skills and Knowledge 

March 16

11:45am- 12:45pm

Teaching Resources on Campus   Dr. Alexandra Bitton-Bailey, Center for Teaching Excellence  Teaching Resources presentation  Communication 

March 23

11:45am- 12:45pm

Reducing Public Speaking Anxiety  Nicholas Dzoba  Reducing Public Speaking Anxiety presentation  Communication 

March 30

11:45am- 12:45pm

Introduction to the Science of Team Science  Wayne McCormack, University of Florida College of Medicine 

Intro to the Science of Team Science PPT 

Team Science presentation

Management and Leadership 

September 7

11:45am-12:45pm

Submitting Your Thesis/Dissertation for Review by the Graduate School Editorial Office 

Stacy Wallace and Anna Pardo (Graduate School Editorial Office)

Submitting Your Thesis/Dissertation for Review by the Graduate School Editorial Office recording

Editorial Office PPT

Workshop Q&A

Research Skills and Knowledge

September 14

11:45am-12:45pm

How to Ace Zoom Interviews for Faculty Positions

Dr. Antonio Faciola (IFAS)

How to Ace Zoom Interviews for Faculty Positions

How to Ace Zoom Interviews PPT

Career Advancement

September21

11:45am-12:45pm

Manage Yourself, Maximize Your Time

Jen Kennymore and Rebbeca Jacobs

Manage Yourself, Maximize Your Time

Manage Yourself, Maximize Your Time PPT

Ivy Lee Method

Time Management toolkit

Effectiveness and Purpose
Date and TimeSession TitlePresenterRecordings, Transcripts, and MaterialsCore Competencies

January 26

2pm-3pm 

What Nobody Ever Tells You: Writing Tips for International Graduate Students  Jen Ramos (English Language Institute) 

Writing Tips for Int'l Grads Workshop Recording

Writing Tips for Int'l Grads PPT

Writing Tips Transcript 

Communication 

February 2

2pm-3pm 

Thesis and Dissertation Electronic Submission  Stacy Wallace and Anna Pardo (Graduate School Editorial Office)

Thesis & Dissertation Workshop Recording

Thesis & Dissertation Workshop PDF

Thesis & Dissertation Transcript

Research Skills and Knowledge

February 9

2pm-3pm

Literature Reviews: Know Your Options Suzanne Stapleton (Smathers Libraries)

Lit Reviews Workshop Recording

Lit Review Options PDF

Lit Reviews Transcript

Lit Review Options Additional Materials

Research Skills and Knowledge

February 17

11am-12pm

Tips, Tools, and Resources for Managing Your Finances and Making Informed Financial Decisions Dr. Martin Gillen (FYCS)

Managing Your Finances Workshop Recording

Managing Your Finances PPT

Managing Your Finances Transcript

Effectiveness and Purpose 

February 24

11am-12pm

Considerations when Making Employment Decisions Dr. Martin Gillen (FYCS)

Employment Decisions Workshop Recording

Employment Decisions PPT

Employment Decisions Transcript

Career Advancement

March 2

2pm-3pm

How to Find and Evaluate a Postdoc Position Dr. Lily Lewis (Office of Postdoctoral Affairs) and Dr. Sharonda Harris (Postdoctoral Associate, College of Medicine)

Postdoc Workshop Recording

Postdoc PDF

Postdoc Transcript

Management and Leadership

March 9

2pm-3pm

Finding Motivation and Overcoming Procrastination Dr. Saloni Taneja and Dr. Sneha Pitre (Counseling and Wellness Center)

This workshop was not recorded for participant privacy.

UF CWC Workshops

UF CWC Talks Podcast

UF CWC Resources

Effectiveness and Purpose 

March 16

2pm-3pm

Perfectionism 1 Dr. Melanie Varney (Counseling and Wellness Center)

This workshop was not recorded for participant privacy.

UF CWC Workshops

UF CWC Talks Podcast

UF CWC Resources

Effectiveness and Purpose 

March 23

2pm-3pm

Perfectionism 2 Dr. Melanie Varney (Counseling and Wellness Center)

This workshop was not recorded for participant privacy.

Nonviolent Communication Resource

Self-Compassion Resource

Non-Judgement Resource

Effectiveness and Purpose

March 30

2pm-3pm

Making the Most of Conferences Jaime Harsell (Career Connections Center)

Conferences Workshop Recording

Conferences PPT

Conferences  Transcript

Professionalism

April 6

2pm-3pm

Identifying and Articulating Your Transferable Skills as a Graduate Student Jaime Harsell (Career Connections Center)

Transferable Skills Workshop Recording

Transferable Skills PPT

Transferable Skills Transcript

Career Advancement 

April 8

1:30pm-2:30pm

Design Thinking: Reframing Your 5-Year Plan Jaime Harsell (Career Connections Center)

Design Thinking Workshop Recording

Design Thinking PPT

Career Advancement 

April 13

2pm-3pm

Stress and Anxiety Management Brianna Kane and Morgan Hagstrom (College of Education)

Stress Management Workshop Recording

Stress Management PDF

Additional Resources for Stress Management

Stress Management Workshop Transcript

Effectiveness and Purpose

May 25

11am-12pm

Transitioning from Graduate Student to Industry Professional Dr. Latoya Allen

Industry Professional Workshop Recording

Industry Professional PPT

Industry Professional Workshop Transcript

Career Advancement

June 2

1pm-2pm

Tech Transfer: Where research, business, and law meet Dr. Mark Staudt 

Tech Transfer Workshop Recording

Tech Transfer PPT

Tech Transfer Workshop Transcript

Career Advancement

June 8

11am-12pm

The Accidental PhD: From Engineer to Higher Ed Admin Dr. Samesha Barnes Ivey

Higher Ed Admin Workshop Recording

Higher Ed Admin PPT

Higher Ed Admin Workshop Transcript

Career Advancement

June 15

11am-12pm

Who Does That? Searching for the Right Employer Post-PhD Dr. Adwoa Baah-Dwomoh

The Right Employer Workshop Recording

The Right Employer PPT

The Right Employer Workshop Transcript

The Right Employer Additional Materials

Career Advancement

June 29

11am-12pm

Transitioning from Academia to Industry and Into a New Research Area Dr. Allison Goins

New Research Area Workshop Recording

New Research Area PPT

New Research Area Workshop Transcript

Career Advancement

July 6

11am-12pm

Transitioning from Academia to Technology Research and Development Dr. Jerone Dunbar

This workshop was not recorded.

Career Advancement

July 14

1pm-2pm

Putting Students First: Faculty life at community colleges Dr. Melissa Flanagan & Dr. David Tegeder

Putting Students First Workshop Recording

Putting Students First Workshop Transcript

Career Advancement

July 21

1pm-2pm

Stumble Through the Jungle: A Circuitous Path to Medical Writing Dr. Leah Colvin

Medical Writing Workshop Recording

Medical Writing PPT

Medical Writing Workshop Transcript

Career Advancement

September 8

11:30am-12pm

Resources to Develop Professional Skills in Graduate School Dr. Talline Martins & Amanda Catron

Resources Workshop Recording

Develop Professional Skills Workshop PPT

Resources Workshop Transcript

Effectiveness and Purpose

September 15

11:30am-1pm

Thesis and Dissertation Electronic Submission  Stacy Wallace and Anna Pardo (Graduate School Editorial Office)

Electronic Submission Workshop Recording

Electronic Submission Fall 2021 PPT

Electronic Submission Workshop Transcript

Communication

September 22

11:30am-12:30pm

What Every Grad Student Needs to Know About Avoiding Plagiarism Michelle Leonard, UF Libraries

This workshop was not recorded.

Avoiding Plagiarism PPT

Avoiding Plagiarism Additional Materials

Communication

October 6

11:30am-1pm

Design Thinking: Reframing Your 5-Year Plan Jaime Harsell, M.Ed., Career Connections Center

Design Thinking Workshop Recording

Design Thinking PPT Fall 2021

Design Thinking Workshop Transcript

Career Advancement

October 13

11:30am-12:30pm

How to Train Your Advisor Jeremy Waisome, PhD, College of Engineering

Train Your Advisor Workshop Recording

Train Your Advisor PPT

Train Your Advisor Workshop Transcript

Professionalism

October 19

3pm-4pm

Finding Reputable Journals: Library Tools to Identify Credible Publications Suzanne Stapleton, MS, UF Libraries

Credible Publications Workshop Recording

Credible Publications PPT

Credible Publications Workshop Transcript

Research Skills and Knowledge

October 27

11:30am-12:30pm

Working on Your Wellness: An Ongoing Journey Jennifer Kennymore, MPH, CHES, CWHC, GatorWell

Working on Wellness Workshop Recording

Working on Wellness PPT

Working on Wellness Workshop Transcript

Effectiveness and Purpose

November 3

11:30am-12:30pm

Thinking Beyond Thinking: Using Critical Thinking To Improve Learning Dr. Nicole Stedman, Graduate School Dean and Associate Provost

Thinking Beyond Thinking Workshop Recording

Thinking Beyond Thinking PPT

Thinking Beyond Thinking Workshop Transcript

Additional Reading: Becoming a Critic of Your Thinking

Management and Leadership

November 10

11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 

Your Path to Progress: Building Competencies During Your Graduate Program Matt Mitterko, MA, Office of Graduate International Outreach, The Graduate School   Effectiveness and Purpose
November 17 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Creating Fundable Grant Proposals Bess de Farber

Creating Fundable Grant Proposals PPT

Creating Fundable Grant Proposals Recording

Communication

Date and Time

Session Title

Presenter

Recordings, Transcripts, and Materials

February 5th

3pm-4pm

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Submission 

Stacy Wallace, Assistant Director of the Graduate Editorial Office 

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Submission Workshop Recording

Research Skills and Knowledge

February 10th

12pm-1pm

The Role of External Funding in Educational Research and Building Collaborations with HBCUs

Dr. Caesar Jackson, Interim Dean of the Graduate School and Professor of Physics, North Carolina Central University 

The Role of External Funding in Educational Research and Building Collaborations with HBCUs Workshop Recording

Research Skills and Knowledge, Professionalism

March 18th

1:30pm-12:30pm

Effective Posters and Figures: Minimize Processing to Maximize Clarity​  

Dr. Scott Thourson, Post-Doc in the Deparment of Biomedical Engineering 

 Not Recorded

Professionalism and Communication 

March 25th

3pm-4pm

All Work and No Play: How to Manage Work/Life Balance as a Graduate Student​ 

Gabby Woodard, MS, Psychology Intern for the Counseling and Wellness Center  

 Not Recorded

Effectiveness and Purpose 

April 8th

12pm-1pm

Academic Conference Tips: Delivering a Great Paper and Maximizing Your Conference Experience

Dr. Kristen Galvin, Assistant Director for Graduate Engagement, Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere 

Academic Conference Tips: Delivering a Great Paper and Maximizing Your Conference Experience Workshop Recording

Link to Academic Conference Tips Google Doc

Communication 

June 2nd

2pm-3pm

Managing Public Speaking Anxiety 

Dr. Diana Nagy, UF Dial Center for Written and Oral Communication 

Managing Public Speaking Anxiety Webinar Recording

Webinar Transcript

June 2 2020 PPT

Effectiveness and Purpose, Communication 

June 16th

2pm-3pm

Your Own Worst Enemy: Imposter Syndrome and Perfectionism

Dr. Spurty Surapaneni and Dr. Sneha Pitre, UF Counseling and Wellness Center

Not Recorded

Imposter Busting Strategies Worksheet

Effectiveness and Purpose 

June 24th

11am-12pm

Get Stuff Done: Taking Control of Your Time and Managing Leisure Guilt 

Amanda Catron, UF Office of Graduate Professional Development 

Get Stuff Done: Taking Control of Your Time and Managing Leisure Guilt Webinar Recording 

Webinar Transcript

Get Stuff Done: Taking Control of Your Time and Managing Leisure Guilt PPT

Effectiveness and Purpose 

July 8th

11am-12pm

Taking a Gator Chomp Out of Social Anxiety

Dr. Brian A. Zaboski, Department of Psychiatry, Yale University

Taking a Gator Chomp Out of Social Anxiety Webinar Recording

Webinar Transcript

Taking a Gator Chomp Out of Social Anxiety PPT PDF

Effectiveness and Purpose

July 14th

2pm-3pm

Test Anxiety: Classes, Comps, and Quals

Dr. Rosa West, UF Counseling and Wellness Center

Test Anxiety: Classes, Comps, and Quals Webinar Recording

Test Anxiety Workshop PPT PDF

Webinar Transcript

Effectiveness and Purpose

July 22nd

11am-12pm

Effectively Coping with Writing Anxiety and Procrastination: Support for Students Writing Proposals, Comps, Articles, Theses, Quals, and Dissertations 

Dr. Alison Miller, The Dissertation Coach

Effectively Coping with Writing Anxiety and Procrastination Webinar Recording

Webinar Transcript

Effectiveness and Purpose, Communication

July 28th

2pm-3pm

When to Ask for Help- DRC Resources 

Beth Roland, UF Disability Resource Center 

When to Ask for Help- DRC Resources Webinar Recording

When to Ask for Help-DRC Resources PPT

Webinar Transcript

Effectiveness and Purpose 

September 3rd

2pm-3pm

Starting Off Right: How to Make the Most out of Graduate School

Dr. Talline Martins, UF Office of Graduate Professional Development

Starting Off Right Webinar Recording

Starting Off Right PPT

Webinar Transcript

Effectiveness and Purpose

September 8th

2pm-3pm

Write a Winning Teaching Statement Alexandra Bitton-Bailey, UF Center for Teaching Excellence

Teaching Statement Webinar Recording

Teaching Statement PPT

Webinar Transcript

Communication

September 17th

3pm-4pm

Finding a Good Dissertation or Thesis Topic  Dr. David Schwieder, UF Smathers Libraries

Dissertation/Thesis Topic Webinar Recording

Dissertation/Thesis Topic Webinar PPT

Webinar Transcript

Research Skills and Knowledge 

September 24th

3pm-4pm

How to Ace Zoom Interviews for Faculty Positions  Dr. Antonio Faciola, UF Department of Animal Sciences

Ace Interviews Webinar Recording

Ace Interviews PPT

Webinar Transcript  

Career Advancement 

September 30th

10am-11am

Giving Effective Oral Presentations  Scott Morgan (Bio: www.MorganGp.com) 

Oral Presentations Webinar Recording

Effective Presentations PPT

Webinar Transcript 

Communication 

October 6th

2pm-3pm

Living Academically Outside of Academia  Dr. Djurdja Trajkovic, Executive Director, Reconstruction Women’s Fund

Irreconcilable Differences Webinar Recording

Webinar Transcript 

Career Advancement 

October 13th

2pm-3pm

My World Is Not My Doctoral Program: Re-imagining Balance During Graduate School  Dr. Cliff Haynes, UF College of Education

My World Webinar Recording

My World PPT

My World Transcript

Effectiveness and Purpose

October 22nd

10am-11am

Excellent Scholarly Information Search: Finding the Sources You Need in the Library and on the Web Dr. David Schwieder, UF Smathers Libraries

Scholarly Information Search Webinar Recording

Scholarly Information Search PDF

Webinar Transcript 

Research Skills and Knowledge 

October 27th

2pm-3pm

Developing a Diversity Statement  Alexandra Bitton-Bailey, UF Center for Teaching Excellence

Diversity Statement Webinar Recording

Diversity Statement PPT

Webinar Transcript 

Career Advancement 

November 3rd

2pm-3pm

Academic Writing Part 1: The Process Approach to Composition Dr. Martin Simpson, UF University Writing Program

Process Approach Webinar Recording

Process Approach PPT

Webinar Transcript

Communication

November 10th

2pm-3pm

Academic Writing Part 2: Writing Concisely and Avoiding Passive Structures  Dr. Martin Simpson, UF University Writing Program 

Concision & Passives Webinar Recording

Concision & Passives PPT

Webinar Transcript

Communication 

November 17th

2pm-3pm

Academic Writing Part 3: Citing Sources and Avoiding Plagiarism  Dr. Martin Simpson, UF University Writing Program 

Citing Sources Webinar Recording

Citing Sources PPT

Webinar Transcript 

Communication 

Date, Time, and Location

Session Title

Core Competencies

Recording

1/23/2019, 3:30 PM, Turlington Hall L007

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Submission

Research Skills and Knowledge

Access Recording Here

1/30/2019, 3:30 PM, Turlington Hall L007

Who is Getting Hired and How to Be That Person

Career Advancement

 

2/6/2019, 3:30 PM, Turlington Hall L007

Pathways to Teaching Excellence

Communication

Access Recording Here

2/13/2019, 3:30 PM, Turlington Hall L007

How to Become an Expert in Your Field 

Research Skills and Knowledge, Professionalism

 

2/27/2019, 3:30 PM, Turlington Hall L007

Gen X to Gen Z: Navigating Generational Differences in the Workplace 

Effectiveness and Purpose, Communication

Access Recording Here

3/13/2019, 3:30 PM, Turlington Hall L007

Scholars Speaking to the Public in the Age of Internet Noise

Professionalism, Communication

Access Recording Here 

3/20/2019, 3:30 PM, Turlington Hall L007

Effective Poster Presentations

Professionalism, Communication

 

3/27/2019, 3:30 PM, Turlington Hall L007

Leading from the Middle: Leadership Style and Strategy for Young Professionals 

Management and Leadership 

Access Recording Here 

4/3/2019, 3:30 PM, Turlington Hall L007

Opportunities for International Engagement 

Management and Leadership 

 

4/10/2019, 3:30 PM, Turlington Hall L007

The Non-Academic Job Search 

Effectiveness and Purpose, Career Advancement

Access Recording Here 

4/17/2019, 3:30 PM, Turlington Hall L007

Networking and Building Professional Connections for Graduate Students 

Professionalism, Career Advancement 

Access Recording Here 

9/11/2019, 3:30 PM, Bartram Hall 211 

Expert Scholarly Information Search: Finding the Sources You Need in the Library and on the Web

Research Skills and Knowledge

 

9/18/2019 3:30 PM, Bartram Hall 211

Tips to Finding Funding For Your Graduate Education

Management and Leadership, Professionalism

 

9/25/2019 3:30 PM, Bartram Hall 211

Oral Presentations

Professionalism, Communication

 

10/2/2019, 3:30 PM, McKnight Brain Institute LG101A

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Submission

Research Skills and Knowledge

Access Recording Here 

10/9/2019, 3:30 PM, Bartram Hall 211

What You Need Before You Proceed: Finding and Filling the Gaps in Your Academic Training

Research Skills and Knowledge, Professionalism

Access Recording Here 

10/15/2019, 3:00 PM, McKnight Brain Institute LG101A

Maximize Your Mentoring Relationships in Graduate School

Management and Leadership, Professionalism

Access Recording Here 

10/29/2019, 3:00 PM, McKnight Brain Institute LG101A

Graduate Funding Opportunities with the UF Center for European Studies

Management and Leadership, Professionalism

Access Recording Here 

Date, Time, and Location

Session Title

Core Competencies 

Recording

2/27/2018, 4:00 PM, McKnight Brain Institute DeWesse Auditorium LG101-A

Awesome Scholarly Information Search: Finding What You Need in the Library and on the Web

Research Skills and Knowledge

 

3/13/2018, 4:00 PM, McKnight Brain Institute DeWesse Auditorium LG101-A

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Submission

Research Skills and Knowledge

 

3/20/2018, 4:00 PM, McKnight Brain Institute DeWesse Auditorium LG101-A

NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grants and Graduate Research Fellowships

Management and Leadership, Professionalism 

 

3/27/2018, 4:00 PM, McKnight Brain Institute DeWesse Auditorium LG101-A

Think and Act Like an Entrepreneur: Leveraging Entrepreneurial Competencies in Your Life and Career

Management and Leadership

 

4/10/2018, 4:00 PM, McKnight Brain Institute DeWesse Auditorium LG101-A

How to be an Expert in Your Field

Research Skills and Knowledge, Professionalism

 

4/17/2018, 4:00 PM, McKnight Brain Institute DeWesse Auditorium LG101-A

National Institute of Health Fellowship Application

Management and Leadership, Professionalism

 

8/31/2018, 4:00 PM, McKnight Brain Institute DeWesse Auditorium LG101-A

Dr. Sandra Johnson

Career Advancement

 

9/11/2018, 3:30 PM, McKnight Brain Institute DeWesse Auditorium LG101-A

NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GFRP)

Management and Leadership, Professionalism

Access Recording Here

9/19/2018, 4:00 PM, McKnight Brain Institute DeWesse Auditorium LG101-A

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Submission

Research Skills and Knowledge

Access Recording Here

9/26/2018, 4:00 PM, McKnight Brain Institute DeWesse Auditorium LG101-A

Oral Presentations

Professionalism, Communication

Access Recording Here

10/3/2018, 3:30 PM, McKnight Brain Institute DeWesse Auditorium LG101-A

Writing Personal Statements

Communication, Career Advancement

Access Recording Here

10/10/2018, 3:30 PM, McKnight Brain Institute DeWesse Auditorium LG101-A

Finding Funding

Management and Leadership, Professionalism

 

10/16/2018, 3:30 PM, McKnight Brain Institute DeWesse Auditorium LG101-A

Finding a Good Dissertation or Thesis Topic

Research Skills and Knowledge

 

10/24/2018, 3:30 PM, McKnight Brain Institute DeWesse Auditorium LG101-A

Excellent Scholarly Information Search: Finding the Sources You Need in the Library and on the Web

Research Skills and Knowledge

 

11/7/2018, 3:30 PM, McKnight Brain Institute DeWesse Auditorium LG101-A

Financial Management: Now and Throughout Your Career

Effectiveness and Purpose, Career Advancement

Access Recording Here 

11/14/2018, 3:30 PM, McKnight Brain Institute DeWesse Auditorium LG101-A

More than Brains on Sticks: Staying Well in Graduate School

Effectiveness and Purpose

Access Recording Here  

11/28/2018, 3:30 PM, McKnight Brain Institute DeWesse Auditorium LG101-A

An Overview of Literature Review Types

Research Skills and Knowledge

Access Recording Here