Professional Development & Academic Workshops
Priority registration is given to graduate students in programs in the Graduate School. Space is limited. Please email your full name, student ID#, academic program, and degree pursuing to register to email@example.com. Your registration will be confirmed by email.
Graduate Student Writing Workshop
WTC: Tuesday, September 23, 2014 | 7:30 - 9:00 PM | Corboy, 711
LSC: Friday, September 26, 2014 | 1:30 - 3:00 PM | Cuneo Hall, 210
Feel like you need some assistance in your writing? Most of us, regardless of our degrees and status could benefit from advice from someone who has made it his career to guide people to the next level of their writing ability.
Attend an interactive writing workshop specifically geared to graduate students. This 90 minute session will contextualize the major influences on writing struggles for graduate-level papers, and then feature three elemental areas of sound scholarly writing at the graduate level: organi zation around a complex and worthwhile purpose, a framed paragraph structure that follows and explores the organizational purpose, and a reassessment of source relationships according to the organizational purpose.
The workshop will be conducted by Michael Meinhardt, English Instructor. Open to both Master’s and Doctoral students from all disciplines.
Register at firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your name, LUC student ID number, academic program and degree pursuing. (When registering, please indicate which workshop date you plan to attend.)
Graduate Student Funding Opportunities: External Funding Grants
Friday, October 10, 2014
2:00 – 3:30 PM
Lake Shore Campus | Cuneo Hall, 210
Master’s and Doctoral Students from The Graduate School who are interested in applying for external funding, this workshop can help you get started.
- Go over the eligibility guidelines for some upcoming national funding competitions,
- Learn about the COS (formerly “Community of Science”) search engine for grant funding searches,
- Explore strategies for seeking funding opportunities in your discipline or specialty, and
- Go over the Research Incentive Award for Graduate Students (RIAGS) guidelines. RIAGS website: www.luc.edu/gradschool/RIAGS.shtml
The workshop is being presented by Dr. Jessica Horowitz, Associate Dean and Tracy Foxworth, Research Administrator. Registration is required for the funding workshop and limited to graduate students in the Graduate School. Space is limited.
Is there a workshop topic you would like to see presented? Send us an email with your suggestions to email@example.com.
Workshop materials from previous workshops
- Graduate Student Writing Workshop
- Graduate Funding Workshop 2011
- Life Beyond the Ivory Tower
- Life Beyond the Ivory Tower (Part 2)
- Marketing Yourself Workshop (Part 1)
- Marketing Yourself Workshop (Part 2)