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New incoming graduate students, please join us for an informative session designed to pave the way for your success as a graduate student! This is designed to provide you with essential information about our university's policies, academic advising, procedures, and resources that directly impact your graduate experience.
Broken up into 3 sessions based on college:
Learn how to write an acknowledgement to show appreciation to those who helped you on your academic journey and how to create a clear, concise abstract that outlines the important points brought out in your thesis/dissertation. Monday, October 2nd at 5:30 p.m. via Zoom: https://umsystem.zoom.us/j/91775034801?pwd=VGY4WmF1QUdhTFoweEJoUDdMeVlsZz09
Friday, October 27th (tentatively) from 12-2pm, Outside near the Puck
Join Graduate Education and other departments on campus for this fall festival. There will be games, food, pumpkin-painting, and a costume contest!
Competition Finale: November 2nd, 2023, in St. Pats C in Havener AND on Zoom.Visit our 3MT site for detailed information and dates.
There are many opportunities to learn about formatting your thesis or dissertation. See the available times below. More information about formatting can be found here.
Student Well-Being hosts an International Student Support Group. Enjoy the support of other international students while sharing your experiences of living and studying abroad, build connections, manage stress, cope and thrive in a time of change and uncertainty. To join, email email@example.com or call (573)-341-4211.
Join us for a seminar series on Discovery to Commercialization "Brown bag" lunch seminar series. Dates and times TBD
Organizer: Timothy L. Faley, PhD, MBA, Assoc. Vice Chancellor of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Commercialization, Missouri University of Science and Technology
900 Innovation Drive, Suite 145, Rolla, MO 65401. Email: TFaley@mst.edu. Phone: 573-341-6725
Graduate Education traditionally offers the "Let's Talk" series on Wednesdays afternoon, 3-4 pm. These events address a variety of topics to help graduate students succeed at navigating S&T. The series has been suspended for SP23 because of personnel turnover in Graduate Education. We will be back soon!
|How to Write an Abstract||Lea Hickerson||9:28||2020||Zoom Video|
|How to Write an Acknowledgement||Lea Hickerson||4:34||2021||Google Slides.webm|
|Citing with IEEE||Lea Hickerson||4:37||Google Slides.webm|
|Citing with APA||Lea Hickerson||4:36||Google Slides.webm|
|Writing an Effective Syllabus||CAFE||19 slides||Google Slides|
|Grad Student Pandemic Resiliency: Wellbeing/Self-Care||12 slides||Powerpoint|