Learn how to effectively use researcher profiles and scholarly communications networks to develop and manage your online scholarly presence. Utilize ORCID, Google Scholar Profile, MOspace, h-index, impact factors and more to maximize your professional impact.
Learn more about Mizzou 3MT! The MU Graduate School coordinates the annual Three-Minute Thesis Competition. Interested students must be doctoral candidates and available for the in-person competition on the evening of Thursday, October 20, 2022.
Learn about your money psychology, the costs of college, and the number one tool for financial success - the spending plan. You’ll leave with a better understanding of yourself and your finances. This workshop is for MU student attendees only. Please bring your MU student ID for faster check in.Goody bags provided for all attendees.
Copyright raises many questions: What can I use freely? When do I need to get permission? How do I protect my intellectual property? This workshop will provide an overview of U.S. copyright law in the academic setting and point the way to resources that help in making decisions and knowing when to seek legal advice.
With some of the most dynamic and innovative science work being done inside start-up ventures, what opportunities exist for PhDs? And how might they prepare for and build a career in this fast-moving sector? Yusuf Uddin, a Molecular Biophysicist and currently Head of Talent at KdT Ventures, offers some rare and practical insight into the […]
The Graduate School will host an in-person Resource and Involvement Fair on Wednesday, September 14th from 4pm-6pm in N201 Memorial Union. This event will introduce (or re-introduce) students to a number of the resources available on campus, particularly those that may be important for graduate students, and to provide an opportunity for them to learn […]
ELIGIBILITY MizzouRec members and their family members are welcome to attend MizzouRec Family Night at no cost. (Valid MU ID or MizzouRec ID required) Tiger Express members of MizzouRec and their family members are welcome to attend MizzouRec Family Night at a cost of $3 plus tax per person. All fees are collected at check-in upon arrival for […]
When STEM instruction is connected to students’ backgrounds, identities, language, and culture, students can develop mastery of content by writing about science in culturally meaningful ways. In this session, we will examine how language and culture matter for developing effective science literacy. Participants will utilize an equity framework to reflect, evaluate, and develop culturally responsive […]
The University Libraries’ collections are expansive: along with the millions of books housed in our campus libraries and off-site depository, we have access to millions of scholarly and popular articles through a multitude of subscriptions to databases and electronic journals. When engaging with such a complex and multi-faceted body of materials, it’s natural to have […]
Business Students: Interested in Accounting? Looking for accounting firms or businesses that are looking for accounting students? Get ready for your very own career fair! This is a great way to meet as many accounting firms and businesses looking for accountants all in the same place. There are so many other positions to use your […]
Discover engineering jobs, internships, co-ops and advanced educational opportunities at this free event. Open to all majors across campus. Please pre-register through Handshake for this fair so you can network with companies and view their opportunities.
In a virtual session, Dr. Laura Page from the Graduate School will provide an overview of the minor, and answer questions about the application process and required teaching practicum. To Register: https://umsystem.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0kceqtrjwrGtZD880cwnOeXPC3idSXZQQf To Join: Meeting URL: https://umsystem.zoom.us/j/99963507102?from=addon Meeting ID: 999 6350 7102
This session offers an overview of planning and submitting a grant proposal. Topics include how to read a request for proposals, how to assess the program’s fit for your research, timeline, and budget, and how to begin planning the proposal and submission process.
The session opens with a brief overview of expectation and writing tips, and participants will share their writing goals for the day. Next, we break for independent writing time. The session closes when participants come back together to share progress and plans for next steps. Coffee provided!
You’re Invited: 2022 Career Summit for Master's Students Presented by ETS Global Higher Education Division Job searching while completing your master’s can feel like a huge, daunting task. It may seem like a far away goal, but it’s also the most pressing. It’s what you’re most worried about and why you’re doing this master’s degree […]
Mizzou Med-Letes is a comprehensive advising program for Mizzou student-athletes interested in attending medical school. This new and innovative program is a collaboration between the Mizzou Made Office of Student-Athlete Development and the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine (Mizzou Med). This program centers on (a) monthly meetings highlighting strategies to make student-athletes competitive medical […]
Step into a leadership role as you apply your skills from Grad School to successfully design, oversee, and execute large-scale projects. Dr. Marcello Pilia from Henry M. Jackson Foundation (HJF) is a Senior Program Manager responsible for the Department of Defense (DOD) research funding for Traumatic Brain Injury and more. Learn what it’s like to […]
The Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program offers over 800 awards in more than 135 countries to teach, conduct research and carry out professional projects. Opportunities are available for university faculty and administrators as well as for professionals, artists, journalists, scientists, independent scholars and many others. In this webinar moderated by David Crespy, Fulbright liaison, you'll learn about the support […]
Learn more about Mizzou 3MT! The MU Graduate School coordinates the annual Three-Minute Thesis Competition. Interested students must be doctoral candidates and available for the in-person competition on the evening of Thursday, October 20, 2022. Interested students are strongly encouraged to attend a 3MT info session. Students should also review the full details of the program […]
Dr. Jon Tam has developed a successful career coaching business (with a core focus on PhDs) and works as a UX Research Manager in the fast-paced gaming sector. After completing a Ph.D. at the University of Oxford, and specializing in organizational development, social psychology, and training, Jon has helped many individuals gain clarity of purpose […]
Digital reading is a necessary and inclusive part of the 21st century curriculum, but readers often find it challenging to comprehend, synthesize, and analyze digital informational text. This interactive session will begin with an overview of the research around digital and print reading. Participants will try out practices that facilitate deep reading and leave with […]
There are many different approaches to conceptualizing research projects. Join us to learn how starting with a logic model or theory of change can help you create a cohesive vision before you even start writing. We will discuss characteristics of a good model, how to develop one, and how to communicate your model effectively. Participants […]
This program defines the well-being model used by Mizzou campus. We will discuss the 5 Dimensions of Well-Being (based on Gallup’s model): 1. Purpose 2. Financial 3. Social 4. Physical & Mental 5. Community Coffee provided! Each attendee will receive a succulent plant and journal. Limited to 30 students.