Graduate Researcher Education and Training (GREAT) Series
The Graduate Researcher Education and Training (GREAT) series features sessions on topics of importance to graduate student researchers that will help them build the skill set they need to be successful in their research endeavors. The series does not focus on technical research skills, but rather communication and management skills.
Registration for each session of the GREAT Series is required.
There will be no formal assessments during the sessions, however, participants will be asked to complete an evaluation survey following the sessions to provide feedback, to gauge quality of each session, and to evaluate whether learning objectives were achieved.
The 2022-23 GREAT Series will be held on the last Monday monthly in the academic year 12-1 PM. A free lunch will be provided at each session.
The first GREAT session of Fall 2022 took place on October 3 from 12-1 PM on Finding and Critically Reading Research Literature. The second GREAT session happened on November 14th on Applying for Faculty Positions. The third GREAT session took place on January 19 on structuring a research paper.
The fourth GREAT session will be on 'What New PhD Students Need to Know', and will take place on Monday, February 27, from 12-1 PM in the Hagglund Room on the 3rd floor of the campus center, lunch provided. Registration required.
The other Spring 2023 session topics of the GREAT series for 2022-2023 series will be on Fellowships and PhD Career Options in March and April, more info TBA.
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