Loyola University Chicago

The Graduate School

Professional Development & Academic Workshops

Spring 2016

Priority registration is given to graduate students in programs in the Graduate School. Space is limited. Your registration will be confirmed by email.


Thesis/Dissertation Formatting Information Sessions

Session 1: Wednesday January 27th from 5:00 - 6:00
Session 2: Friday February 5th from 2:00 - 3:00

The location for both sessions is Granada Center, Room 420, LSC

This information session will include general formatting guidelines, online submission procedures, and details about copyright issues for theses and dissertations.

Space is limited so if you are interested in attending either session, please RSVP to formathelp@luc.edu to reserve a spot and indicate which session you would like to attend.

Visit the Formatting website for more information about submitting your thesis/dissertation, including formatting guidelines: http://www.luc.edu/gradschool/formatting.shtml.


Graduation Information Session

Friday, January 29, 2016 │ 3:00 pm
Lake Shore Campus | Regis Hall Multi-Purpose Room (NEW LOCATION!)

The University only holds one commencement ceremony per year in May, but we have three degree conferral dates: December, May and August. If you plan to finish your degree for May 2015 or August 2016, you may want to attend this information session which will go over the eligibility process for degree conferral and also to participate in the May 2016 commencement ceremony.

Attendance is limited to graduate students in The Graduate School. Click here to register.


The Graduate School’s Brown Bag Series:  How to Present your Research

Wednesday February 10, 2016 │ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Lake Shore Campus | Granada Center, Room 420

Graduate students are invited to bring a lunch to this one-hour discussion and learn techniques, suggestions, and tips that will help graduate students present their research. A panel of previous winners from the Interdisciplinary Research Symposium for Graduate School Students will join the discussion and explore issues such as, how to frame your research to an audience outside your discipline, how to link your research to larger societal issues, and how to engage your audience through public speaking and visual aids. Students are requested to RSVP for the event.

Click here to register.



Is there a workshop topic you would like to see presented? Send us an email with your suggestions to gradschool@luc.edu.

Workshop materials from previous workshops

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