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Public speaking: Explaining research to lay audiences; Persuading others; Learning specialized writing skills; Digital literacy & responsibility; Adhering to ethical conduct & integrity

Mizzou 3 Minute Thesis (3MT)

2023 Mizzou 3MT® Competition will be IN PERSON on November 2, 2023 at 6 pm Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) is an international research communication competition, designed to help students improve public speaking

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Academic Job Search

Faculty, research and administration positions in higher education generally are posted on national sites. American Association of Community Colleges Their job bank contains job vacancies at community colleges across the

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Campus Diversity Resources and Training Programs

The Division of Inclusion, Diversity & Equity offers graduate students, postdocs, and faculty many opportunities to strengthen skills in the areas of inclusion, diversity awareness, and cross-cultural competency. Here is their interactive chart of

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Online Writing Support

Online Writing Tutors Writing tutors are available to help grad students improve English writing mechanics, (e.g., paragraph transitions, subject-verb agreement, or verb tense.) They can also help with any stage

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Campus Writing & Editing Support

The Writing Center The Writing Center, located in the Student Success Center, offers writing support to Mizzou graduate students. Its staff and tutors come from all majors and are familiar with

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Managing and Using Research Data

Data skills are in high demand by employers. Why? Because data are transforming society all around us – from science and engineering to medicine, finance, and business. Data Visualization The ability

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Leadership & Management Courses

Leadership Courses The following professional development courses are open to all graduate students across campus. Bus_ad 7340, Ethics & Leadership (1.5 credit hours.) Case studies, discussion, and readings used to integrate critical thinking about

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GRAD 9050: Building Leadership Potential with Transferable Skills

This is a 1 hour specialized leadership and transferable skills course that helps doctoral students recognize their potential and versatility for careers within and beyond the academy.  Framed by Brent Ruben’s

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Transferable Skills

As a grad student or post doc, you are building disciplinary expertise and a repertoire of research skills. Job-specific skills are colloquially referred to as “hard skills.” Less visible, but equally

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