Upcoming Events

  • January
  • February
  • March
  • April
  • Recorded Workshops and Resources

January

3MT Orientation and Research Prep Session

  • Tuesday, Jan. 12 @ 12pm
  • Learn about the details of 3MT, what is required to participate, and how we can help. Also, learn how to organize your work so that it can help you at 3MT plus to network, present at conferences, and sell your ideas.
  • Zoom link 
  • Password: 65409
  • Information and registration for 3MT

 

3MT Orientation and Research Prep Session

  • Thursday, Jan. 21 @ 2pm
  • Learn about the details of 3MT, what is required to participate, and how we can help. Also, learn how to organize your work so that it can help you at 3MT plus to network, present at conferences, and sell your ideas.
  • Zoom link 
  • Password: 65409
  • Information and registration for 3MT

 

Audience Engagement & Prepping your Presentation (created for 3MT, but open to all grad students)

  • Thursday, Jan. 28 @ 2pm
  • Learn about body language, eye contact, addressing the audienes, and figuring out how to be comfortable speaking in front of groups. Also, take this opportunity to learn how to design your slide and presentation for 3MT. 
  • Zoom link
  • Password: 65409

 

Resume Writing Workshop for Industry Positions

  • The Council of Graduate Students (CGS) and the S&T Writing Center invite you to the Resume Writing Workshop for Industry Positions on January 29, 2021 at 4 pm. We are excited to have Tamar Makharashvili, a MS&T alumni and Design Engineer at Google to talk about Resume writing tips to help you land a job. This will be a virtual event and we will have some exciting prizes for our attendees!
  • Friday, January 29 @ 4:00pm
  • Zoom link
    • Meeting ID: 969 2354 0902
  • Contact cgs@mst.edu for more information

 

Graduate Student Support Group (hosted by Counseling Services)

  • Meet up with other graduate students and a counselor for weekly support regarding unique challenges of grad school and other important life areas. Common topics of discussion address time management, procrastination, impostor syndrome, social anxiety, career planning/networking, mentoring/leading other students, communication/collaboration with advisors.
  • WHO: The Graduate Student Support Group
  • When & Where: Fridays, 1:00-2:00pm via Zoom
  • How To Join: Call 573.341.4211 to schedule a brief introductory meeting with the group leader
  • Cost: Free

February

Thesis/Dissertation Writing Camp

Tuesday, Feb. 2 and Wednesday, Feb. 3
Registration

 

How to do a Literature Review

  • This workshop will provide an introduction to the search process and research tools used to find sources for a successful literature review. A Zoom link will be sent to registered participants prior to the event.
  • Wednesday, February 3 @ 6pm
  • Registration Link
  • Questions? Contact library@mst.edu 

 

Entrepreneurship Workshop: Part 1 - Discovery

  • Translating ideas from the lab to commercialization by determining your idea, assessing the market, and much more will be covered during this workshop!
  • Thursday, February 4 @ 2pm
  • Registration Link
  • *it is not required that you attend part 1 and part 2 of this series, but it is encouraged!

 

Mendeley and Citation Management

  • Want to learn more about citation management? This virtual workshop will focus on the applications of Mendeley. All levels welcome. A Zoom link to the workshop will be sent an hour prior to the event.
  • Wednesday, February 10 @ 6pm
  • Registration link
  • Questions? Contact library@mst.edu 

 

Entrepreneurship Workshop: Part 2 - Implementation

  • There is a difference between being an entrepreneur and starting a business. Anyone can start a business, not everyone can be an entrepreneur. However, that is not to say that if you are not an entrepreneur, you cannot start a business or work for a start-up, but the business better have an entrepreneur on board!
  • Thursday, February 11 @ 2pm
  • Registration link 
  • *it is not required that you attend part 1 and part 2 of this series, but it is encouraged!

 

Grad Student Resiliency During a Pandemic Part 1: Wellness/Self-Care

  • This three part panel series focuses on how to cope, function, and excel during a pandemic. This is part 1 of a three part panel series and focuses on Wellness and Self-Care. Speakers include Jessica Gargus and student panelists.
  • Friday, February 12 @ 12pm
  • Registration Link

 

Grad Student Resiliency During a Pandemic Part 2: Productivity/Time Management

  • This three part panel series focuses on how to cope, function, and excel during a pandemic. This is part 2 of a three part panel series and focuses on Productivity and Time Management. Speakers include Dr. Patti Fleck, Lea Hickerson, and student panelists.
  • Friday, February 19 @ 12pm
  • Registration Link

 

3MT Finale

  • Everyone is invited to hear our 3MT finalists compete! Audience members will have the opportunity to vote for the People's Choice Award.  
  • Wednesday, February 24 @ 5pm
  • Zoom link
  • Passcode: 65409

 

Grad Student Resiliency During a Pandemic Part 3: Doing Group Work Remotely

  • This three part panel series focuses on how to cope, function, and excel during a pandemic. This is part 3 of a three part panel series and focuses on doing Group Work Remotely. Speakers include Dr. Susan Murray, Dr. Claire Kueny Reynolds and student panelists.
  • Friday, February 26 @ 12pm
  • Registration Link

 

Graduate Student Support Group (hosted by Counseling Services)

  • Meet up with other graduate students and a counselor for weekly support regarding unique challenges of grad school and other important life areas. Common topics of discussion address time management, procrastination, impostor syndrome, social anxiety, career planning/networking, mentoring/leading other students, communication/collaboration with advisors.
  • Fridays, 1:00-2:00pm via Zoom
  • Call 573.341.4211 to schedule a brief introductory meeting with the group leader

March

Thesis/Dissertation Formating using MS Word

 

Leveraging High Impact Classroom Practics to Promote Academic Integrity - GTAs Welcome! (Presented by CAFE)

  • Wednesday, March 3 @ 12pm
  • Guest presenter: Dr. Cindy Blackwell, academic director for the Association of College and University Educators (ACUE)
  • Registration Link

 

Thesis/Dissertation Formatting using LaTex

 

Editing Your Own Work

  • Monday, March 8 @ 11am
  • Zoom link
  • Passcode: 455247

 

Common Writing Errors and Using Transitions

  • Monday, March 22 @ 1pm
  • Zoom link
  • Passcode: 923744

 

Maximizing your Research Impact and Visibility (hosted by the Library)

  • Wednesday, March 31 @ 6pm
  • With so much scholarly output being produced, being noticed is becoming increasingly difficult. The purpose of this workshop is to explore ways to maximize your impact and increase your visibility as a researcher, utilizing ORCID, scholarly profiles, open access, social media, and more. A Zoom link will be provided to registered participants prior to the event.
  • Registration Link

 

April

Step-Up! For Mental Well-Being (presented by Wellness specifically for Grad Students)

  • Tues, April 6 @ 12pm
  • Zoom link
  • Passcode: 770540

 

Copyright for the Classroom (hosted by the Library)

  • Wednesday, April 7 @ 6pm
  • In your teaching, you confront questions about how to ethically use or share the copyrighted work of others. This workshop will discuss how to use copyrighted material in face-to-face, distance, and blended classroom settings. A Zoom link will be provided to registered participants prior to the event.
  • Registration link

 

We Dig Research! – Grad Students Invited!

  • Fri, April 9 @ 3pm
  • Fri, May 14 @ 3pm
  • Zoom link
  • Passcode: 641260

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