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To all graduate students in STEM and related fields:
Applications are now open for ComSciCon 2017, the 5th annual Communicating Science workshop, to be held in Cambridge, MA, June 8-10, 2017. The application will close on March 1.
Acceptance to the workshop is competitive; attendance is free, and travel support and lodging will be provided to accepted applicants.
Participants will build the communication skills that scientists and other technical professionals need to express complex ideas to the general public, experts in other fields, and their peers. In addition to panel discussions (on topics such as Media and Journalism, Science Advocacy, and Diversity in Science Communication), ample time is allotted for networking with science communication experts and developing science outreach collaborations with fellow graduate students.
Follow this link to submit an application or to learn more. For questions or concerns, please contact email@example.com.
A new, convenient option for printing large color posters on campus is now available in Raynor Memorial Libraries. The Libraries’ Digital Media Studio can print posters up to 42 inches wide and customizable length, for use in poster sessions and presentations. Printing requests can be submitted online and picked up from the Digital Media Studio desk on the lower level of the Raynor Library. A wide range of file formats are accepted.
For the print request form, cost estimates, and file preparation tips, see the poster printing page. Questions can be directed to Joe Humer, Digital Media Studio supervisor, or call (414) 288-2140.
Marquette University has an institutional membership with the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD), an independent center dedicated to helping faculty, post-docs, and graduate students make successful transitions throughout their academic careers by providing professional development, training, and mentoring. NCFDD resources are applicable across disciplines and focus on a range of topics that include strategies for increasing productivity, maintaining work-family balance, managing time more effectively, resolving conflicts, and writing grants, among others.
With Marquette’s institutional membership, you can sign up for a sub-account at no cost; you will then gain access to:
• The Monday Motivator weekly e-mail providing productivity tips
• Monthly productivity webinars and multi-week courses
• NCFDD Career Center resources
• Private Discussion Forum for peer-mentoring and problem-solving
• Access to audio recordings, slides, and transcripts of previous webinars
• Monthly writing challenges and mentor matches
For technical assistance, contact NCFDD at 1.313.347.8485 or send e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about Marquette’s institutional membership with NCFDD, please contact Gary Meyer, Senior Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs or William Welburn, Executive Director, Diversity and Inclusion.
The Graduate School will now register graduate students for all continuous enrollment courses. Students should view the section titled “Registration – Continuous enrollment courses” to view the updated forms.
Forms must be downloaded and signed by the student and adviser before submission to the Graduate School.