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  • Fall Semester
  • Spring Semester

Fall Semester

Let's Talk Graduate Education

Every Wednesday at 3pm, join us for our Let's Talk series. More information on this page under the Let's Talk tab!

Spooky Fall Festival

Monday, October 31 from 11-1pm, 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! 

Three Minute Thesis competition

Competition Finale: Thursday, November 3 in St. Pats C in Havener AND on Zoom.Visit our 3MT site for detailed information and dates. 

Thesis/Dissertation Formatting Workshops

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.

  • Formatting with Word
    • Monday, October 10 at 12pm
    • Thursday, October 13 at 12pm
  • Formatting with Latex
    • Monday, October 10 at 2pm
    • Thursday, October 13 at 2pm
  • Use this Zoom link to join any of the sessions.

Spring Semester

International Student Support Group

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 wellbeing@mst.edu or call (573)-341-4211.

Let's Talk Graduate Education

Traditionally, Graduate Education has been presenting our "Let's Talk" series every Wednesday at 3pm. The series has been suspended for SP23 because of personnel turnover in Graduate Education. We will be back soon! More information on this page under the "Let's Talk" tab!

Discovery to Commercialization (D2C)

Starting in February, join us for a seminar series on Wednesdays (2/1, 2/8, 2/22, 3/8, 3/22 and 4/5) at the Havener Center, Meramec Room 208A, Noon to 1pm. View the Save The Dates Announcement of this exciting new "Brown bag" lunch seminar series.

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 Events

Meet the Editor: Graduate students are invited to the Curtis Laws Wilson Library Room 202 on Thursday, January 26th to enjoy a slice of pizza and meet Leah Wood, the new technical editor for Graduate Education. Leah will give brief presentations at 11am, 11:30am, 12pm, and 12:30pm with time for questions and conversation after each. Come at any of those times to learn about the many writing resources available to you.

 

  • Let's Talk Series
  • Recorded Workshops and Resources

Let's Talk Series

LET'S TALK GRADUATE EDUCATION

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!

  • September 7 - Information & Resources, presented by Graduate Education - Computer Science Room 222 or Zoom
  • September 14Master's Degrees - Plan of Study, Enrollment, & Campus-level Requirements, presented by Graduate Education Specialists, Jade Sinnott & Kathy Shepherd - Toomey Hall Room 140 or Zoom
  • September 21 - Make Your Own Stress Ball! - Computer Science Room 222 or Zoom
  • September 28 Campus & Community Resources, presented by Student Support Specialist, Erica Reven - Toomey Hall Room 140 or Zoom
  • October 5Student Organizations for Graduate Students, presented by representatives from various S&T student groups - Toomey Hall Room 140 or Zoom
  • October 12Doctoral Degrees - Plan of Study, Enrollment, & Campus-level Requirements, presented by Graduate Education Specialists, Jade Sinnott & Kathy Shepherd - Computer Science Room 222 or Zoom
  • October 19 - Embracing Imposter Syndrome, presented by Student Support Specialist, Erica Reven - Toomey Hall Room 140 or Zoom
  • October 26 Time and Stress Management, presented by Simran Bhatia from Student Well-Being - Toomey Hall Room 140 or Zoom
  • November 2 Technical Editing ResourcesToomey Hall Room 140 or Zoom
  • November 9 Graduation Prep, presented by Commencement Committee - Toomey Hall Room 140 or Zoom

Recorded Workshops and Resources

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