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Tues., May 4, 2021

Over the last year, our graduate students have continued to conduct research, publish and present their work, and win research accolades. Here is some of the recent work they have done.

Tues., December 1, 2020

If you are using the Winter Break to catch up on your research goals, there are several things you can be doing to be more efficient now.
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"chemistry bottles with liquid inside" by zhouxuan12345678 | CC BY-SA 2.0

Tues., May 5, 2020

Our graduate students are continuing to share their scholarship through presentations and publications. Here are some of the latest accomplishments of our talented graduate students.
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"Where the magic happens" by David Mulder | CC BY-SA 2.0

Tues., February 11, 2020

If you are planning to complete a thesis or dissertation, you will likely need to write a proposal for the project. When working on your proposal it's best to start early and always ask for advice when you need it.
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Tues., April 17, 2018

Over 150 graduate students presented their research last week at the Spring Research Fair. If you missed the event, here's a recap of some of the posters presented.
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"step up to the mic" by Tom Woodward | CC BY-NC 2.0

Tues., April 3, 2018

Learning to present your research publicly at research conferences, workshops, or other events is an important aspect of your graduate experience. The following advice will help you prepare an effective presentation, successfully present your work, and use your presentation to improve your research.
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"Minimum World" by Jessica Powell | CC BY 2.0

Tues., February 7, 2017

Most graduate students conduct research or develop creative works as part of their studies. Presenting your work is critical to educating the field and the world about your work. In some fields and for some projects, especially the arts and humanities, it is worth thinking creatively about all the many ways to you can share what you have done.
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"Arrows" by Wunkai | CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

Tues., March 31, 2015

The challenge of creating a good research poster: including what your readers need to know - without overwhelming them with unnecessary information.
a student presenting his research poster

You’ve been working hard on your research these last few semesters. The data has been collected, sorted, and analyzed. So what do you do with the findings?

Across the disciplines, collaboration and interdisciplinary work is growing. As teamwork in scholarship increases, it’s important to establish good practices for collaboration.