James Dietrich, geography, is the workshop presenter. Topics include setting up and using Zotero, a reference manager; leveraging Microsoft Word's built-in feaures such as automatic table of contents generation, figure and table captioning, footnotes and in-text citations and building your front matters such as title pages, signature pages, table of contents and lists of tables and figures.
"Pen's Up: Wrinting Wakan: Native American Culture and New Materialism" presented byDavid Grant, Languages and Literatures. Bring your lunch; cookies will be provided.
Martha Reineke will present "Disgust, Violence and Politics in the Time of Trump."
Leigh Zeitz will present "The Secrets to Successful Global Collaboration in Higher Education." Bring your lunch; cookies will be provided.
The Graduate Student Symposium provides a showcase for graduate students to present their research and creative works. Poster presentations, oral presentations and creative performances are featured.
The Graduate College invites admitted graduate student to attend the inaugural Graduate College Visit Day. The program will include a graduate student panel, campus tour, lunch with graduate students and Graduate College staff, and a meeting with graduate faculty for departmental tours and information gathering by the students.
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.