The Provost's Task Force on Quantitative Training released a report calling for raising quantitative training standards and expanding quantitative content in graduate courses. We will discuss the implications of adopting these and other initiatives. Faculty, staff and students are welcome to join this campus conversation. We want all voices and differing views heard at this forum.
Presented by Paula Warrick, Career Center, Office of Merit Awards
Successful applications for nationally comptitive grants have one element in common: a clear and compelling central question or research problem. Developing such a question usually requires many drafts and a process of trial and error. In this session we will address some of the challenges associated with framing a research ...more
Fulfilling (and Excelling at) your Foreign Language Requirement Examination: Resources & Strategies
Bender Library Graduate Research Center Classroom
In this workshop we will review the language requirements currently in place for the different areas of graduate study and the best ways for you to prepare to demonstrate the required proficiency. We'll start by specifically discussing what is entailed by the required proficiency examination and how to tailor your prep efforts to address the exam's demands. We will then utilize a standardized ...more