Congratulations to all of this year's finalists and award winners.This year, the top three presenters and the Honorable Mention will represent the UA at the statewide Arizona 3-Minute Grad Slam, a presentation competition featuring the top presenters from the UA, Northern Arizona University, and Arizona State University.
The Graduate Center is proud to host five of the UA’s top teaching professors this April 13th. They will share insights and strategies for using interactive teaching methods. Attendees will learn ways to implement interactive teaching techniques into their teaching repertoire, regardless of classroom type.
Interactive Teaching Workshop
- Wednesday, April 13, 2016
- 3:00-5:30 pm
- Education Building, Room 353
Looking for a faculty position? The Strategies for Faculty Job Applications Brown Bag Series is for you!
The Office of Instruction and Assessent, the Graduate & Professional Student Council, and the Graduate Center invite you to our upcoming Brown Bag series. Please see full details below.
“Strategies for Faculty Job Applications" Brown Bag Discussion Series
March 28, 2016: Yours, Mine, Ours Workshop explores authorship, plagiarism, and navigating the two effectively
The UA Graduate Center in collaboration with the UA Research Intergrity Program invite students, faculty, and postdocs to the following workshop:
Yours, Mine, & Ours: Plagiarism and the Ethics of Authorship
This March 8 and 9, the Graduate Center, the Office for Research and Discovery, and the School of Mind, Brain and Behavior will host internationally acclaimed professors Beth A. Fischer and Michael J. Zigmond. Drs. Fischer and Zigmond are known for their work in research ethics and professional development, having conducted workshops in Asia, Africa, Europe, and North and South America.
The Graduate Center and the Graduate & Professional Student Council are partnering with the Writing Skills Improvement Program to host a workshop series focusing on the needs of all but dissertated (ABD) students, specifically preparing for and completing dissertation work in a timely and effective manner.
The workshops will provide writing support; encourage students to discuss the dissertation process; and disseminate strategies for facilitating writing.
March 2: Free Online Career Fair for UA Students, Postdocs, Alumni with or pursuing Advanced Degrees
The UA Graduate Center and Career Services are participating in the Graduate Career Consortium's fourth annual Ph.D. and Master's Virtual Career Fair. The fair is open to master's degree and doctoral students, as well as postdoctoral scholars and alumni that hold advanced degrees. Employers participating in the fair include government agencies, fellowships, industry, and nonprofit organizations.
Free to participate.
Event contact: David Bradshaw, Graduate Center Program Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org, 520-621-0580
Graduate Center partners with Think Tank and UA Libraries to offer weekly workshop series for Graduate Students
The UA Think Tank in partnership with the Graduate Center, UA Campus Health Services Counseling and Psych Services (CAPS), and the UA Libraries, is proud host a weekly workshop series focused on helping graduate students with topics ranging from time management, writing resources, and managing stress.
The workshop series will be on Tuesday afternoons from 2PM to 3PM at the UA Think Tank in Bear Down Gymnasium unless otherwise noted. No RSVP required.
New Improving Student Writing Workshops available to help faculty and GTA's create effective writing assignments
The Office for Instruction and Assessment and the UA Writing Program are proud to host several workshops for faculty instructors and graduate teaching assistants in implementing quality writing assignements into their general education courses.
All workshops will be led by Professor Lindsay Hansen and Writing Support Specialist Brad Jacobsen. The workshop schedule is as follows.
Incorporating Informal Writing Opportunities
The University Libraries recently launched a new self-paced non-credit course through D2L that will help graduate students and researchers develop effective research and information management strategies. Students that sign up for the course will: