Upcoming Events

To "Register", simply click on the event title.

  • Graduate Studies - Events
  • February
  • March
  • April
  • May
  • June

Graduate Studies - Events

 Thank you for looking into Graduate Studies Events.

Please navigate to the most current month to RSVP to an event or feel free to browse! All registration/RSVP links will close 1 hour prior to the event start time.

February

GRAD Break Time 
Feb. 6th,  1pm to 2pm, Miner Oasis - Norwood 203
-Every 1st Thursday of the Month
You deserve a break! Learn different stress-management and wellness techniques every 1st thursday of the month. Grab a snack, enjoy some coffee, hear from stress relief/mangagement professionals and just - Relax! *New Theme every month - try them all!

Save $$ or Invest $$: Presented by Edward Jones Investment Company
Tuesday Feb. 11, 3:30pm to 4:30pm - Meramac, Gasconade - Havener Center
Prepare for Financial Success right now. Hear from the professionals about when to save money and when/how to invest money. Investing in your future starts at this workshop!

Graduate Connections: Networking Event
Mon. Feb. 17th, 6pm to 8pm, Tech Development Center
Informally chat with employers on topics such as your research, work experience, specialized knowledge, and more. These employers are specifically interested in hiring Grad students for Internships, Co-ops, Research opportunities, and employment.
* Registration Required

LaTeX Series: Part 3, Bibliographies
Presented by Dr. Kelly Homan
Thur. Feb 20, 3:30pm to 4:30pm, Butler-Carlton Hall 124
This 4 part 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 throughout the series. 

 

March

LaTeX Series: Part 4, Creating Presentations
Presented by Dr. Kelly Homan
Tues. March 3rd, 3:30pm to 4:30pm, Toomey Hall 254
This 4 part 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 throughout the series. 

GRAD Break Time
Mar. 5th, 1pm to 2pm, Miner Oasis - Norwood 203
-Every 1st Thursday of the Month
You deserve a break! Learn different stress-management and wellness techniques every 1st thursday of the month. Grab a snack, enjoy some coffee, hear from stress relief/mangagement professionals and just - Relax! *New Theme every month - try them all!

Advanced Writing for ESL Grad Students
Mar. 6th, 12pm to 1pm, 101B Southwestern Bell Cultural Center
Presented by Dr. Thu Tran, Program Manager of the Applied Language Institute
Writing journals, publishing papers, and preparing your thesis/dissertation can be hard! Dr. Tran will provide a crash course in the English language to help you write better academic papers.


Thesis & Dissertation Formatting Requirements: WORD
Tues. Mar. 10th, 2pm to 2:50pm, Toomey 295
Learn the specific requirements for Thesis & Dissertation formatting in Word with the updated T/D Format Presentation.

Thesis & Dissertation Formatting Requirements: LaTeX
Wed. March 11th, 2pm to 2:50pm, Toomey 295
Learn the specific requirements for Thesis & Dissertation formatting in LaTeX with the updated T/D Format Presentation.

 

April

How to Write a Literature Reveiw - Webinar
Tuesday Apr. 14th, 1pm to 2pm - Zoom - A link will be provided after registration.
Now is a great time to focus on improving your writing! This workshop will provide an introduction to the search process and research tools used to find sources for a successful literature review. – Presented by Sherry Mahnken, S&T Librarian.

Technical Editito be innovative. Check out ng your Own Academic Writing - Webinar
Thursday Apr. 16th, 1pm to 2pm - Zoom
A link will be provided after registration.
Especially when working from home, it can be hard to perfect your writing. Learn from Hannah Coffman, English Lecturer and Graduate Studies Technical Editor, the different tips and tricks you can use to make your journal articles, publications, and thesis/dissertation better through technical editing. 

After Grad School: The Industry Hiring Process 
Thursday Apr. 23rd, 1pm to 2pm - Zoom - A link will be provided after registration.
Not everyone wants to be in Academia. Learn the tips and tricks to successfully transition from Graduate School to working in industry. Presented by Career Opportunities and Employer Relations

 Virtual Graduate Fellows Poster Session
April 28th to April 30th - View this year's participants
S&T's Chancellor's Fellows and Chancellor's Distinguished Fellows showcase their exciting research developments. Feel free to browse and peer into some of the research happening by 23 of Missouri S&T's best and brightest.

 

May

Entrepreneurship: Turn your Research into a Business - Webinar
Friday May 8, 1pm to 2pm - Zoom - A link will be provided after registration.
Explore how your ideas and what you've learned in the classroom can help you be your own boss and develop a business. Presented by John Woodson, Interim Director of Technology Transfer and Economic Development.

June

Common Writing Mistakes for Academics - Webinar
Tuesday June 23, 1pm to 2pm - Zoom - A link will be provided after registration.
Learn the writing tips and tricks that will help you improve your  journal articles, publications, and thesis/dissertation. Presented by Hannah Coffman, English Lecturer and Graduate Studies Technical Editor.

Featured Events

Click on the image for more details