Upcoming Events

  • September
  • October
  • November

September

Assessing Student Learning in 2020 (hosted by CAFÉ)

  • Wednesday, Sept. 16, 12pm-1 pm via Zoom
  • A discussion on assessing student learning, both in your online and face-to-face classrooms, at CAFE’s first all-campus faculty event of the semester (GTAs invited!)
  • Topics for discussion:
    • The goal of assessments, and how to know whether you’re reaching that goal
    • Grading systems
    • What works for different class sizes and levels of students
    • Encouraging academic honesty
    • Student motivation, especially online
  • Register here to receive an invitation with the link.

 

NSF GRFP Fellowship Camp

  • Are you interested in learning more about the NSF GRFP and need help to complete the application and essays? Join us for our upcoming NSF GRFP Camp!
  • This is a 3 day event (Monday, 9/21, Wednesday, 9/23, and Monday, 9/28). Only attend the parts of the camp that you need!
  • More information and registration information can be found here.

 

Mini Thesis and Dissertation Writing Camp

Thursday, Sept. 24 and Friday, Sept. 25
1pm-3pm each day 

 

We Dig Research!

Check out the We Dig Research! series where we bring our researchers together, learn about each other, and build collaborations.
Each month is a new event where faculty present their work, their results, their research agenda, their research plans, and anything and everything related to research. Each presentation is 5 minutes with approximately 10 presentations per event.

We Dig Research! will be held zia ZOOM from 3:00pm to 5:00pm on Friday, September 25.
Register online!

 

 

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

October

Thesis/Dissertation Formatting using MS Word

Thursday, Oct. 8, 12pm-1pm
Phone: US: +13126266799
Meeting URL: https://umsystem.zoom.us/j/97408636874?pwd=RXpsWWFERng4MXZUODB6L29YcHROZz09
Meeting ID: 974 0863 6874
Passcode: 230738

 

Thesis/Dissertation Formatting using LaTeX

Thursday, Oct. 15, 12pm-1pm
Phone: +16468769923
Meeting URL: https://umsystem.zoom.us/j/98207782615?pwd=YTY4SUVGOWhnVFM1WjljVHpuYkJDUT09 
Meeting ID: 982 0778 2615
Passcode: 482931

 

Thesis/Dissertation Writing Camp

Wednesday, Oct. 28 and Thursday, Oct. 29
9am-11am and 1pm-3pm each day

 

We Dig Research!

Check out the We Dig Research! series where we bring our researchers together, learn about each other, and build collaborations.
Each month is a new event where faculty present their work, their results, their research agenda, their research plans, and anything and everything related to research. Each presentation is 5 minutes with approximately 10 presentations per event.

We Dig Research! will be held zia ZOOM from 3:00pm to 5:00pm on Friday, October 30.
Register online!

 

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

November

Patents for Graduate Students

Thursday, Nov. 5
12pm
Zoom meeting link

 

We Dig Research!

Check out the We Dig Research! series where we bring our researchers together, learn about each other, and build collaborations.
Each month is a new event where faculty present their work, their results, their research agenda, their research plans, and anything and everything related to research. Each presentation is 5 minutes with approximately 10 presentations per event.

We Dig Research! will be held zia ZOOM from 3:00pm to 5:00pm on Friday, November 20.
Register online!

 

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

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