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CUB L60 (Butch’s Den)

October 2018

Submitting your thesis or dissertation

October 24 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

You’ve spent years on your dissertation and it’s time to turn it in to the Graduate School. What happens then? Daniel Vickoren and Kelly Caraher from the Graduate School will teach students how to understand and navigate WSU’s thesis and dissertation formatting requirements. Daniel will also debut a new thesis/dissertation template and give additional tips on the title page, abstract, chapter headings, using previously-published work, and much more. The WSU librarians Debra Spidal and Talea Anderson will discuss how your…

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November 2018

Stress Relief and Mindfulness

November 1 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Free

Graduate school can be stressful, competitive, and extremely demanding. Graduate students experience high rates of burnout and mental health problems from unrelenting workloads and pressure. It takes time and practice to learn to slow down, do less, and take care of yourself. Learn the basics of mindfulness and meditation training and how to realistically incorporate these practices into your daily life as a graduate student. We will be discussing mindfulness in a variety of contexts, with ample time to practice…

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February 2019

Interviewing and Negotiating for Industry Careers

February 1, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Free

Dr. Isaiah Hankel (The Cheeky Scientist) discusses the strategy of interviewing beyond just answering questions. There is an entire process of preparation for an interview, beside learning how to answer interview questions. We will detail the entire interview preparation that is required for professionals to demonstrate they are invaluable to a company; from the research to the categories of interview questions, and the best ways to respond. Find out more and REGISTER.

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Hacking the Academic Job Market

February 7, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Free

In this three hour talk with Q and A, Dr. Karen Kelsky will walk you through the conditions of the current American job market, the most common mistakes made by job-seekers, and the ways you can prepare your record, applications, and interviews. Find out more and REGISTER.

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#MeTooPhD: Sexual Harassment in the Academy

February 8, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Free

In this presentation, Karen Kelsky will discuss some things I learned from the experience of creating the Sexual Harassment Crowdsource Survey, including the range and scope of sexual harassment in academic settings (including departments, labs, research centers, campuses, academic conferences, etc.), patterns of predation, options for victims, and recommendations to institutions wishing to combat this scourge in the #MeTooPhD moment. I will discuss the profiles of predators that emerged from the survey, common patterns of protection/enabling/silencing of victims by colleagues…

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Human Subject Research and Institutional Review Board Workshop

February 11, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Free

This session will address: ethical principles surrounding human subjects research, history on human subjects protection, federal regulations, consent requirements, subject recruitment, and the review process. Find out more and REGISTER.

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Data Literacy: Busting Myths of Big Data Part 2

February 19, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Free

In this workshop, Dr. Nairanjana Dasgupta will focus on learning about the what, when, how and whys of data. Data is pervasive these days and like it or not we have to use data to make decisions or others will make them for us. In this workshop we will start from the basics and talk about types of data and we can say and cannot say about the different types of data. Find out more and REGISTER.

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March 2019

Stress Relief and Mindfulness

March 6, 2019 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Free

Time TBA Graduate school can be stressful, competitive, and extremely demanding. Graduate students experience high rates of burnout and mental health problems from unrelenting workloads and pressure. It takes time and practice to learn to slow down, do less, and take care of yourself. Learn the basics of mindfulness and meditation training and how to realistically incorporate these practices into your daily life as a graduate student. We will be discussing mindfulness in a variety of contexts, with ample time…

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