Attend this workshop presented by Barbara Cutter, associate dean of the Graduate College, to learn how to plan, develop, practice and present a paper/oral presentation for professional conferences.
Learn how to plan, develop, practice and present a poster presentation for professional conferences from Kavita Dhanwada, dean of the Graduate College.
Start your weekend off with music and enjoy the vinyl experience. Cookies will be provided. Vinyl Fridays are co-sponsored by Rod Library and the Graduate College.
Gayle Rhineberger-Dunn will present "CSI Effect, DNA Discourseand Popular Crime Drama." She will explore how DNA evidence is presented in four fictional crime dramas, the context in which it is discussed and the impact DNA has on case clearance in the fictional dramas.
Leila Rod-Welch, library, will present information on how to find books and scholarly articles using the library's website and Interlibrary Loan, and utilize the library's advanced search capabilities to access Catalog, One Search!, numerous subject databases and Google Scholar through your UNI subscription. Information on the Liaison Librarian Services, Rod Library's one-on-one consultation services will also be presented.
Deanne Gute, academic learning center, is the workshop presenter. Topic areas that will be discussed include low-stress "get it started" strategies, tips on matching your strengths to what graduate programs want, ideas for developing and organizing the document and instruction on polishing the writing for maximum impact.
Using professional deveopment and email skills are vital in your career development, whether it be communicating with faculty or applying for internships or employment opportunities. Presented by Deb Young, Languages and Literatures, attendees will learn how to transition and develop these communication skills from your role as a student to a professional. You never get a second chance to make a first impresssion!
The event features creative performances, oral presentations and poster presentations by graduate students. Graduate faculty will serve as judges.