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Two Workshops Next Week!!

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Curriculum Vitae & Resume Critiques

Wednesday, June 26th 2013, 12:00pm–2:30pm

Chemistry and Physics Building, Room 303

Bring your CV or Resume and have a professional take a look! Get immediate feedback on existing job application materials, such as CVs, resumes, cover letters, and statements of purpose. Or, bring your laptop computer and work one-on-one with editors throughout the session. You can arrive with a blank page, start from scratch, and leave with a CV that is application-ready. SNACKS PROVIDED!

Dissertation Writing Group

Thursday, June 27th 2013, 9:00am–12:00pm

Email for location

Do you have trouble locating a quiet place to write? Would you like to discuss your writing or organization with a trained tutor? Sign up now to work in a quiet, supportive environment that allows for intense, focused, and productive writing. A writing tutor will be available for consultation, but the purpose of this event is focused writing. No content will be presented. After registering to attend the event, email Lisa Berry ( for location information. If you do not own a laptop computer, one can be provided for you. Include this information in your email.

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Summer Workshop Calendar

Classes are out for the summer.  Use this time to address social and professional issues that have been set on the back burner.  Gear up for your BIG PAPER (dissertation/thesis) and learn how to format in Microsoft Word like a pro BEFORE you start writing – this prevents delays in mechanical checks and LOTS of frustration.

June 6th 2013:
Managing the Time Trap – Organizational Skills Online Workshop

Wednesday, June 12th 2013:
Composition and Expected Content of a Curriculum Vitae

Tuesday, June 18th 2013:
Word for Dissertations & Theses

Wednesday, June 26th 2013:
Curriculum Vitae & Resume Critiques

Register online through EDGE.

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Brought to you by the Office of Graduate Studies…

All of these workshops are happening on Wednesday, March 6th!

ACES: Enhancing the Effectiveness of Oral and Poster Presentations
Nedderman Hall Room 100

ON-TRAC Learning Community Meeting
Nedderman Hall Room 110
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.: Information Meeting and Q&A Sessions – Brown Bag Series! (So bring your lunch.)

Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Workshop
College Hall Room 101
6:00 – 7:30 p.m. Beyond Compliance: Re-Examining Professional Ethics in the Workplace

Graduate Student Senate Meeting
Student Chambers – UC Lower Level
5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Business as per the usual – RCR attendees, please let the board know you will need to leave the GSS meeting EARLY – they are aware of the scheduling!

Register for these workshops ONLINE! Now, through EDGE:

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What’s Coming Up – Events to Know About

Tuesday, February 26th 2013
Word for Dissertations & Theses
Learn the advanced features in Word 2007 typically used to write longer documents; meet the Graduate School’s formatting requirements in less time, with less stress.
6:00pm–8:00pm Library, Room 315 A

Thursday, February 28th 2013
Graduation Workshop
Get important dates and deadlines you need to meet in your final term.  Q&A after.
2:00pm–3:00pm Davis Hall, Room B17

Register online!

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Important Edge Workshops for New Grad Students

Transition from Employee to Graduate Student
Thursday, January 17th 2013
12:00pm–1:30pm, Davis Hall, Room 327

Graduation Workshop
Tuesday, January 29th 2013
2:00pm–3:00pm, Davis Hall, Room B17

Financial Literacy – Graduate Student Focus
Wells Fargo Rep will be available for questions!!!
Wednesday, January 30th 2013
12:00pm–1:30pm, Chemistry and Physics Building, Room 303

Register on the EDGE webpage!

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New RCR Workshop Added to EDGE

Who and What: Dr. Grover will present a new Responsible Conduct of Research workshop through EDGE entitled “Managing your Research Data.”  Reservations are required and lunch will be provided.  Register online through the EDGE website.

When: Friday, Nov. 30, 2012 at 11:30 a.m.

Where: Room 303 in the Chemistry and Physics bldg. UTA Campus.

Why: The integrity of your data is the key to ensuring its utility.  Learn specific phases for working with data. Discover the best practices necessary to maintain data integrity so that your results are useful to the expansion of your field.

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