Online Seminars

Research skills and advanced course work are the foundation of a graduate education. Professional skills such as teaching, presenting at conferences, and understanding what constitutes research misconduct are also vitally important to becoming a scholar in the field. The Graduate School regularly schedules presentations to assist students in developing their professional skills, and provides these resources.

To schedule a presentation or suggest topics for future presentations, contact Debra Charlesworth.

Events sponsored by the Graduate School or GSG generally require you to register to attend an event listed below.

Seminars 

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2014

 

Submitting your dissertation, thesis, or report

May 28

2013

 

An Introduction to Copyright

July 24

An Office Full of Tips

June 18

Project Management

April 24

The Art of Proposal Development

April 3

Publishing, Presenting, and Building your Reputation

March 20

2012

 

Teaching Portfolios: Building Today for Your Career Tomorrow

Dec 10

Introduction to Sponsored Programs

Nov 7

Get FUNDED, Get PAID, Get RECOGNIZED

Sept 12

Secrets to Successful Research

July 10

Technology for a Paperless Office

June 20

An Introduction to Adobe Acrobat

June 6

Using a LaTeX Template

February 24

2011

 

An Introduction to LaTeX

June 23

Great Images for Papers and Presentations

May 26