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Thesis & Dissertation Writing Camp
Mon. Aug 5 to Fri. Aug. 9, 9am to 4pm each day
This is a free program that helps graduate students prepare for and become productive towards their thesis or dissertation.
New Graduate Student Orientation
Thur. Aug 8, 8:30am to 11am - 140 Toomey
Tues. Aug 13, 2:30pm to 5pm - 140 Toomey
Fri. Aug 16, 8:30am to 11am - Missouri-Ozark Havener Center
Tues. Aug 20, 4:30pm to 7pm - 140 Toomey
Learn what to expect from advising , funding, library resources, career services, and so much more.
Graduate Student Resource Fair
Fri. Aug 16, 1pm to 3pm
Win prizes and meet a plethora of organizations, departments, and useful groups from your campus and the Rolla community.
Thesis & Dissertation Formatting Presentation
Tues. Aug 27th, 1pm to 2pm - Carver Havener Center
Learn about the format check process, the Missouri S&T requirements, and the specific guidelines needed to complete your thesis and dissertation.
Word Tutorial for your Thesis & Dissertation
Sept. 3, Campus Support Facility 114 - 1pm to 2pm
Learn how to navigate the Word Template for your Thesis or Dissertation.
Unformatted Document for Word Tutorial
Patent Pending: Patenting & Licensing your research and technology
Sept. 9, 1pm to 2pm - Meramac, Havener Center
Hear from the professionals on how to secure and protect your ideas through patents and licenses.
Maximizing you Research Impact and Visibility
Sept. 25th, 6pm to 9pm, Library103
Explore ways to maximize your impact and increase your visibility as researcher, utilizing ORCID, scholarly profiles, open access, social media, and more. Hosted by Curtis Laws Wilson Library.
Thesis & Dissertation Writing Camp
Sept. 30th to Oct. 2, 9am to 4pm, McNutt 114
Be guided through the process, the skills, and the specifications in order to complete your thesis and dissertation.
Registration deadline: September 23
3 Minute Thesis (3MT) Information Session
Tuesday Oct. 1st, 3:30pm to 4:30pm , Carver-Turner
The first step in participating in an international competition for graduate students to develop and showcase their research in only 3 minutes!
LaTex Series: Part 1 of 4 - LaTex, a Virtual App
Oct. 8th, 3pm to 4pm, Toomey 256
Hosted by Dr. Kelly Homan, this series will provide you with a deeper understanding of how to use, operate, and manipulate LaTex - from the basics all the way to more complicated functions.
Audience Focused Communication: Presenting Ideas & Research to Different Levels -
October 17th, 3pm to 4pm, Meramac Havener Center
Presented by Andrew Careaga, Chief Marketing and Communication Officer at S&T
Learn how to present complex research to every type of person to create the biggest impact from your work.
Syllabus & Course Design for PhD and PostDocs
Oct. 21st, 3pm to 4pm, 314 BCH
This in-depth workshop will help you better navigate the process to create a syllabus and implement it effectively in a course.
Graduate Studies Spooky Fall Festival
Oct. 25th, 11am to 1pm, Missouri S&T Puck
Family and Friends can join with Graduate Studies to celebrate the Fall with a costume contest for the coolest, spookiest kid at the Puck! Candy, prizes, and games.
3 Minute Thesis Semi-Finals
Nov. 6th, Location: Havener Center
Preliminary round at 12:30pm, with the semi-finals following at 2pm.
*These rounds are open to the public.
3 Minute Thesis Finale
Nov. 7th, 5pm to 6:30pm, St. Pats. Ballroom A &B
See Missouri S&T's brightest student represent their research in 1 slide for a panel of non-STEM judges in only 3 minutes!
LaTeX Series: Part 2 of 4 - Introduction to LaTeX
Nov. 19th, 3:30pm to 4:30pm, Toomey 254
Hosted by Dr. Kelly Homan, this series will provide you with a deeper understanding of how to use, operate, and manipulate LaTeX - from the basics all the way to more complicated functions.
Graduate Fellows Research Poster Session
Feb. 24th, 9am to 3pm, Havener Atrium 2nd Floor Atrium
Walk through and interact with the Chancellor's Fellows and Chancellor's Distinguished Fellowss as they show their new and exciting research.
Life After Graduate School: Budgeting, Planning, and more
Apr. 2nd, Location&Time: TBA
Plan for your future post-graduation with information on how to budget, managing loans, and investing in your future.
Graduate Student Appreciate Week
Apr. 13th to 17th
A week of fun and exciting events and prizes to celebrate graduate students and their commitment to research, higher education, and excellence!
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