Mark your calendars to attend the Graduate Student Information Meeting. You will have the opportunity to learn how to best position yourself for success as a graduate student, meet colleagues, network with faculty and get some academic survival tips from fellow graduate students. Please complete the RSVP form http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/5M99ZJB by Aug. 10.
Awards will be presented to graudate students and graduate faculty at the Annual Graduate Faculty Meeting. There will also be a panel discussion featuring selected representatives from a few of UNI's many high quality graduate programs. A reception in the Sabin Atrium will follow the meeting.
Chris Buckholz, school of music, will present "The Future of Music: classical, jazz, rock and pop in the internet age." Please bring your lunch; cookies will be provided.
The Cedar Valley Hospitality House is a day-shelter for men; learn about the House at http://www.waterloocatholics.org/cvhospitalityhouse.htm The Hospitality House is relocating to 420 E. 9th St. in Waterloo and their new home needs yard work and interior work. Join your colleagues for an afternoon of making a difference! RSVP at email@example.com by March 26.
Take a study break! Come to Graduate Student Bowling Night at Maple Lanes in Waterloo. Shoes are $6; hot dogs or soda for $.25. RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org by March 26. Sponsored by the Graduate Student Social Network.
Bring your lunch and join other graduate students for some conversation. Cookies provided. Look for the Grad Chat sign near Chats in Maucker Union for the Grad Chat tables.
Behavior-based interviewing is the most common interview type used by employers. Attend this workshop and learn the definition of the behavior-based interview, winning interview strategies, common pitfalls and how to best prepare for this type of interview. Graduate students, faculty and staff are welcome. RSVP at email@example.com by March 21. Cookies provided.
Be entertained at the creative performances of the Fifth Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium with nine diverse performances by graduate students from the School of Music and the College of Humanities, Arts and Sciences. Free and open to the public.
The Graduate Student Research Symposium gives graduate students an opportunity to present their research or project to the public. Presentations are in three formats: research poster, oral presentation or creative performance. Stop by the poster session from noon- 2 p.m. in the Maucker Union Ballroom or the oral presentations from noon-3 p.m. in the lower level meeting rooms of Maucker Union. Attend the creative performances at 6 p.m. in Davis Hall of Gallagher-Bluedorn Performing Arts Center. Support the graduate students and learn more about their research or project by attending the Symposium.