Graduate Student Speaker Series Fall 2012

Securing and Succeeding in Internship Placements

Presented by Joseph Aini
Friday, November 9, 2012
Humanities 354

This workshop discusses pertinent resources and effective methods for finding internship placements. It then elaborates on the qualities and attributes graduate students need to demonstrate to ensure a successful experience or even a job offer!!

How Financial Success Happens

Presented by Mary Stokes
Friday, November 30, 2012
Humanities 354
(RSVP by November 20th)

Getting through the dissertation process may not al-ways be easy, but it can be accomplished! Learn tips for developing your dissertation idea, navigating the relationship with your chairperson, making steady progress on the document, and managing the anxiety or other issues that often impede your dissertation progress.

Preparing for the Qualifying Exams: A Multi-Discipline Discussion

Panel Discussion: Professors Bret Benjamin, Jayanti Pande, and Elizabeth Grubert
Friday, December 7, 2012
Humanities 354

A panel of professors from multiple disciplines and departments at the University will discuss strategies and answer questions on preparing for the qualifying exams, what you should expect, and any other questions you may have. We have included a panel in this workshop to try and accommodate as many different students as possible.

Light refreshments will be served.

For More Information Contact:

Dr. Betty P. Shadrick, Director of Graduate Student Diversity

Phone: (518) 442-3899

Download the Graduate Student Speaker Series Brochure