The University of Georgia Graduate School seeks to support graduate student success beyond the classroom by offering workshops and resources to empower students.  The Preparing Diverse Populations for Graduate Success Series was created to offer professional and personal development workshops that are held throughout the academic year. The workshops are led by university faculty and staff, and are designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and communities of support needed to succeed in graduate school.  

 

Spring 2022 Workshop Schedule 

Tuesday, January 18, 2022 at 5:30pm- Staying Motivated in Graduate School, Dr. Megan Brock, Division of Academic Enhancement. This is an in-person workshop being held at the Tate Student Center, Room 482. Please register at this link: https://gradstatus.uga.edu/Events/Register/4227  

Tuesday, February 8, 2022 at 5:30pm- Demystifying the IRB (Institutional Review Board), Dr. Jennifer McDowell, Franklin College of the Arts and Sciences. This is a virtual workshop being held live via Zoom. Please register at this link: https://gradstatus.uga.edu/Events/Register/4228  

Tuesday, March 1, 2022 at 5:30pm-  Publishing in Academic Journals, Dr. Michelle vanDellen, Franklin College of the Arts and Sciences. This is a virtual workshop being held live via Zoom. Please register at this link: https://gradstatus.uga.edu/Events/Register/4229  

Tuesday, March 22, 2022 at 5:30pm- Setting Short Term & Long Term Career Goals, Justin Burnley, Career Center. This is a virtual workshop being held live via Zoom. Please register at this link: https://gradstatus.uga.edu/Events/Register/4230  

 

 

Spring 2022 Preparing Diverse Populations for Graduate Success Series Flier

 

For questions, or workshop materials, please contact Geovani Ayala or Narke Norton, Office of Recruitment and Diversity Initiatives, UGA Graduate School at grecruit@uga.edu.   

 

 

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