The Graduate College is proud to announce that, in collaboration with McMaster University and the Ontario Consortium for Graduate Professional Development, the University of Arizona now has access to the online professional development modules of MyGradSkills.ca!
Second Annual Grad Slam Registration Now Open!
Grad Slam: Where your talk is could be worth $1000 a minute!
From ABD to PhD: Jump Starting Your Dissertation Process
Looking for strategies to boost your teaching skills? Check out the Strategies for Effective Teaching Workshop Series.
Be the best teacher you can be! Attend the Strategies for Effective Teaching Workshop Series.
The Office of Instruction and Assessment, the Graduate & Professional Student Council, and the Graduate Center are proud to host the Strategies for Effective Teaching Workshop Series this fall semester. Whether you will be starting a teaching position next semester or are currently teaching, these workshops have something for everyone. All workshops are open seating, no RSVP required. Light refreshments and snacks will be provided.
Managing Debt and Investing in the Future featuring Laura Walton of the TCI Foundation
The UA Think Tank in collaboration with the Graduate Center and the University Libraries present a series of workshop to help graduate students learn about resources and strategies to maximize their success during their time at the UA. Topics range from surviving and thriving, managing time and stress, and staying motivated, to maximizing library resources for research, writing, and preparing for comprehensive exams. All workshops convene at the UA Think Tank in Bear Down Gym on Tuesdays from 2PM to 3PM unless otherwise noted. For more information, please contact Amanda Parkman, UA Think Tank Academic Skills Coordinator, at email@example.com or (520) 626-6654.
Are you looking for a job for next year, and want to do work helping UA graduate students? The Graduate and Professional Student Council have the following paid positions open for hire:
Don't forget to sign up for the UA Graduate College Office of Fellowships and Community Engagement summer workshop series! They are pleased to offer workshops that span the fellowship application process. Everything from the planning the application to writing and revising the application will be covered. Sign up today to make sure you secure your spot! Workshops will run from June 9 to July 28.
As part of President Hart's goal of 100% Engagement, UA Career Services is waiving fees associated with some of its online resources. These resources range from initiatives like the Real World Readiness program, Career Beam, Kuder, and access to Resume Guides as well as other presentation and networking resources.