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 the Graduate School.

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

Seminars 

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Archives Date

2016

 

Submitting your dissertation, thesis, or report

Sept. 20, 2016

2014

 

Completing your Graduate Degree

Oct 2

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