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  • January
  • February
  • March
  • April
  • May

January

 Thesis & Dissertation Writing Camp
Wed. Jan 14 to Fri. Jan. 17 
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
Tues. Jan 14, 2:30pm  -  Havener
Fri. Jan 17, 8:30am  - Havener 
Wed. Jan. 22, 4:30pm - Havener 
Learn what to expect from advising , funding, library resources, career services, and so much more.

Graduate Student Resource Fair
Thurs. Jan. 30th, 1pm to 3pm - St. Pat's C
Win prizes and meet a plethora of organizations, departments, and useful groups from your campus and the Rolla community.

 

 

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!

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

GRAD Break Time
Apr. 2nd, 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!

Graduate Student Appreciation Week!
April 6th through April 10th
A week of fun and exciting events and prizes to celebrate graduate students and their commitment to research, higher education, and excellence!
*Be sure to check the website regularly for updates and changes.

Life After GRAD School: Budgeting and Planning for the Next Step
Tues. Apr. 14th, 2pm to 3pm - Norwood 208
Plan for your future post-graduation with information on how to budget, managing loans, and investing in your future.

Be an Entrepreneur: Turn your Research into a Business
Presented by Tech. Transfer & Eco Dev.
Tues. April 21st, 1 pm to 2pm, Meramac-Gascomade, Havener Center
Interested in being your own boss? Learn some of the tips and tricks to turn your degree and research into profit.

May

GRAD Break Time: Finals Stress Relief Event
TBA
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!

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