Announcements

Considering a career in Industry or Non-profits? Check out the Fall 2018 Career Forward workshops and panel discussion schedule

Submitted on August 14, 2018

The Graduate Center, Postdoctoral Affairs, and the Office of Research, Discovery and Innovation Corporate Engagement Services are excited to announce our upcoming Career Forward workshops and panel discussion on leveraging advanced degrees and experience for careers in industry and nonprofit sectors. All sessions are free to attend. The events are ideal for graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, and faculty and staff who work with or mentor postdoctoral scholars and graduate students.

Registration opens for WSIP 2018-2019 People of Color Writing Groups program

Submitted on July 25, 2018
Picture of People of Color Writing Groups flyer

Are you a graduate student who identifies as a person of color? The WSIP People of Color Writing Groups is for you. Facilitated by trained writing professionals, the program offers writing support, accountability, structure, and mentoring for participants. Space is limited, so sign up as soon as you can.

The Graduate Center has moved to 1600 E 1st Street. Come check out our new location!

Submitted on April 24, 2018

The Graduate Center is excited to announce our new location. We are in the pink building at the corner of 1st Street and Cherry Avenue, 1600 E 1st Street. We share the space with Classroom Technology Services and Postdoctoral Affairs. Our new location has a comfortable lounge students and postdoctoral scholars can use to study, meet up, and relax in as well as a multipurpose workshop room featuring teleconference technology.

The Graduate Center staff look forward to hosting events in our new home and welcome you to stop by.

Our hours are 9 AM to 5 PM.

April 19: Alaina Levine Talks and Workshops to help Graduate Students, Postdocs, and their Mentors & Advisors

Submitted on April 16, 2018

The Graduate Center and Postdoctoral Affairs invite students, faculty, staff, and postdocs to our free professional development and career talks and train-the-trainer workshops on April 19, 2018. We are hosting Alaina Levine, UA alumna and internationally-known speaker, trainer, and author of Networking for Nerds (Wiley, 2015). All are free to attend, and RSVP is highly encouraged. Please send questions to gradcenter@email.arizona.edu.

March 28: Online Career Fair for Graduate Students, Postdocs, and Alumni

Submitted on March 14, 2018
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The Ph.D. and Master's Virtual Career Fair is open to students pursuing graduate degrees, postdoctoral scholars, and alumni that hold advanced degrees. All disciplines are welcome to participate. A variety of employers from industry, the public sector, and the non-profit sector are participating, and are looking to fill internship, fellowship, and full-time employment positions. It is free to attend.

Spring 2018 Campus Connections Diversity in the Classroom Workshops

Submitted on February 26, 2018

This spring, the Office of Diversity and Inclusive Excellence is offering four workshops on how instructors can create more inclusive classrooms.  If you attend all four workshops, you earn a “Leader in Classroom Diversity & Inclusion” certificate which could enhance your CV for the job market.  The workshops bring in experts from across campus to provide practical tips on how to design inclusive classrooms. These workshops are open to all graduate students, postdocs, and faculty.

Series Schedule:

Designing Effective Courses for Diverse Learners

Spring 2018 Faculty Job Application Series starts January 23 - Get a leg up on the competition!

Submitted on January 18, 2018

The Office of Instruction and Assessment, the Graduate Center, Graduate & Professional Student Council, and Postdoctoral Affairs are pleased to announce our faculty job application series. Applying for faculty positions is a competitive process and leveraging your teaching experience can make a difference in you being considered for the job. This series will share best practices for representing yourself effectively in your teaching statement, diversity statement, online teaching portfolios, and the onsite teaching and job interview.

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