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Graduate School and Professional Development Workshops and Events

The UNH Graduate School offers a variety of workshops, events, and professional development opportunities throughout the year. From our popular Thesis and Dissertation Workshops to our PFF/PFP sessions, there is something of interest for every student! We also promote events sponsored by other campus departments and organizations, that are related to graduate students, and they are listed below for reference only (to register for those events please see the link provided).

Check out the calendar below to see upcoming events over the next five weeks, view all events for the current term, or see what was offered last year including event attendance rates. BOLD titles denote Graduate School-sponsored events, ITALICIZED titles denote events sponsored by other campus offices, and the bullet colors represent the type of event. Follow the appropriate registration link to sign up for these events!

Please note that any event title followed by an * indicates it has a late cancellation fee of $10.

 

June 2017

  • The Music Hall Tickets: Manal al-Sharif
    • This event had 8 student registrations.
    • June 15, 2017, 7:00 pm-8:30 pm
    • The Music Hall Loft; 131 Congress Street Portsmouth, NH 03801
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 384
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 0 (This event is FULL, register to get on the waitlist)
    • Hear from this “accidental activist” about her fiercely intimate memoir, the powerfully vivid story of one young Muslim woman who stood up to a kingdom of men—and won. Please register only if you are certain you can attend.
  • Sponsored Round at UNH Alumni & Friends Wildcat Classic Golf Tournament
    • June 26, 2017, 7:00 am-2:00 pm
    • The Oak Links Golf, 100 Hideaway Place, Route 108, Somersworth
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 386
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 40
    • UNH will sponsor 4 graduate students to play in the upcoming UNH Alumni & Friends Wildcat Classic Golf Tournament! Please register by June 2 at noon, and we will draw 4 names and contact the winners! On the day of the tournament, registration and a continental breakfast begins at 7am followed by a shotgun start at 8:30am. Lunch, awards, an auction, and raffle will follow after the round.
  • Poster Presentation at UNH Alumni & Friends Wildcat Classic Golf Tournament
    • June 26, 2017, 7:00 am-8:30 am
    • The Oak Links Golf, 100 Hideaway Place, Route 108, Somersworth
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 387
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 45
    • UNH would like 2-3 graduate students to present their posters and talk about their work at the upcoming UNH Alumni & Friends Classic Golf Tournament from 7-8:30am. Please register by June 2 at noon. We will draw the names and contact the winners!

 

September 2017

  • Thirsty Moose First Thursday Graduate School Social Event
    • This event had 63 student registrations.
    • September 07, 2017, 7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    • Thirsty Moose, Dover NH
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 391
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 37
    • Come to the Thirsty Moose in Dover for a kick-off social event! The Graduate School will provide pizza and snacks. The event will be held in the ice bar room on the left as you walk into the Thirsty Moose. This event is always popular - usually 50-60 Grad Students attend each month.
  • Graduate Student Healthy Living Lunch
    • September 14, 2017, 11:30 am-1:00 pm
    • Hamel Recreation Center Demo Kitchen (2nd floor)
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 398
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 35
    • Join us for a Graduate Student Healthy Living Lunch: Thursday, Sept. 14, 11:30am-1pm, Hamel Rec Center, Demonstration Kitchen (2nd floor). There are many resources to help with keeping healthy during your time in graduate school. Join us for lunch co-sponsored by the Rec Center and the Graduate Student Senate!
  • Of Stone, Wood, and Glass: Movie Screening and Q & A
    • September 14, 2017, 7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    • The Portsmouth Music Hall Loft
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 394
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 5
    • In October 2016, a dream long held became a reality – Alnoba – a 14,530 square foot gathering place located on 400 acres of fields and forests in Kensington, NH, opened as the first Passive House building of its type in the Northeast. With heat provided by geo-thermal wells located deep under the building, electricity from a field of solar panels, barn timbers from the 1760’s, reclaimed wood flooring, and a massive stone fireplace the building is a model of sustainability and conservation. The construction of Alnoba was documented in the film: Of stone, wood and glass: Alnoba by award winning filmmaker and master storyteller, David Conover. With his keen eye and passion for story-telling, David has produced his own films that have aired on PBS, the Discovery Channel, and National Geographic Explorer. Built in harmony with the earth, the vision and execution of Alnoba was a collaborative effort. Premier architect, Matt O’Malia of G O Logic Homes created the structural vision for Alnoba. Using locally sourced granite, Mike Delsesto of Hayden Hillsgrove Stone Masonry developed and created the detailed stone and masonry work within and around the building. By planting native species and mature trees, Master Landscape Designer, Harold Bragg of Down to Earth Landscapes crafted a utopic environment that is sure to inspire. The massive project was managed by Bruce Cilley of Kensington Invenstment Corp. Please join us for a screening of the film, followed by a Q&A session with Matt, Mike, Harold and Bruce. This should be of particular interest to engineering, architecture, or design graduate students.
  • Homecoming Poster Session
    • September 15, 2017, 5:00 pm-9:00 pm
    • UNH Homecoming T-Hall Lawn
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 393
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 1
    • Register to display a research poster during UNH Homecoming. This is ideal for Graduate Students looking to practice their poster presentation technique, and speak with families, faculty, students, and others about their research. This is open to all disciplines. Please register by September 15th to be considered, homecoming is on September 23rd from 12-3pm on the Great Lawn. Due to space, spots are limited. The 6 participants will receive free poster printing sponsored by the UNH Graduate School. Once you register you will receive an email from the Graduate School on how to print your poster for free!
  • UNH Homecoming Ticket (Free ticket)
    • September 23, 2017, 3:00 pm-5:00 pm
    • Homecoming Football Game
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 400
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 9
    • The Graduate School and Alumni Relations have co-sponsored 12 free tickets to UNH Homecoming. Please register here to receive your 1 free ticket to the UNH Homecoming football game on September 23rd
  • Jen Sincero: You are a badass at making money (Portsmouth Music Hall event)
    • September 26, 2017, 7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    • Portsmouth Music Hall
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 390
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 39
    • The Portsmouth Music Hall is providing 8 tickets for Graduate Students. 8 people, who register, will be randomly drawn to attend. Students, who are randomly chosen, just need to show up to the event, and their ticket will be at will call. Description: From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of You Are a Badass, a life-changing guide to making the kind of money you’ve only ever dreamed of. You Are a Badass at Making Money will launch you past the fears and stumbling blocks that have kept financial success beyond your reach. Drawing on her own transformation—over just a few years—from a woman living in a converted garage with tumbleweeds blowing through her bank account to a woman who travels the world in style, Jen Sincero channels the inimitable sass and practicality that made You Are a Badass an indomitable bestseller. She combines hilarious personal essays with bite-size, aha concepts that unlock earning potential and get real results.
  • How to Survive Grad School: Mentor networks, self-structure, passion, and other stuff you should know
    • September 27, 2017, 4:00 pm-6:00 pm
    • Dimond Library 352
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 401
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 42
    • Join UNH Women in Science, Physics professor Dr. Ellie Long, and your peers to discuss problems commonly faced in grad programs. Do you struggle with structuring your time in an unstructured environment? Advisor issues? Comps and other hurdles? We'll help you find solutions and ways to beat the stress by seeking mental, emotional, and logistical support in your community, through peer mentoring, and with the help of campus resources. And we'll send you out the door reinvigorated with a Passion Plan in hand! Co-sponsored by The Association for Women in Science, UNH Affiliate Chapter; and the Senior Vice Provost for Research. All genders welcome.
  • Dinner and Lecture: The Real Story of Fake News w/the co founder of the satirical news network the Onion Scott Dikkers
    • September 27, 2017, 6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    • Holloway Commons Dining Hall
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 399
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 17
    • Join other graduate students for dinner at Holloway Commons and a lecture in the Strafford Room afterwards. Meet for dinner at 6:00pm in front of Holloway Commons. Someone from the Graduate School will swipe you into the dining hall. We will all sit together for dinner and then walk to the Strafford Room for the lecture. Speaker: Scott Dikkers The Real Story of the Fake News

 

October 2017

  • First Thursday Graduate School Social Event (Thirsty Moose, Dover)
    • This event had 14 student registrations.
    • October 05, 2017, 7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    • Thirsty Moose Dover NH
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 402
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 86
    • Join Grad Students at the Thirsty Moose in Dover for the monthly social! The Graduate School will provide pizza. The event will be held in the ice bar room which is on the left as you walk into the Thirsty Moose. This event is always popular - usually 50-60 Grad Students attend each month.
  • Teaching at Teaching-Intensive Institutions
    • October 06, 2017, 9:30 am-3:00 pm
    • Westfield State University, Westfield, Massachusetts
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 388
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 42
    • Teaching at Teaching-Intensive Institutions brings together doctoral students from all over New England and surrounding states, to help prepare them for careers at community colleges and regional comprehensive institutions. The event features workshops on such topics as How to Balance Research and Teaching on a 4-4 Teaching Load, Working with Students on Undergraduate Research, and Who are the Students at a Community College? In addition, we run sessions on the job hunt in social sciences, STEM, and arts and humanities, and we offer individual job counseling to student who bring CVs and cover letters with them.
  • Should I apply to grad school in STEM?
    • October 11, 2017, 12:30 pm-2:00 pm
    • Parsons N116
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 405
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 36
    • How do I choose a grad program and find funding? Do I need an advisor before applying? How do I handle the application process and maximize my chances of getting in? Join UNH Women in Science for a Q&A session, to get resources, and to talk in small groups with a current grad student in your field to get the scoop from someone who's been there and done that. Whether you're interested in Math, Physics, Engineering, Sociology, Psychology, Biology, Natural Resources, or another STEM discipline, we can answer your questions!
  • Graduate Student Camping Trip
    • October 13, 2017, 9:00 am-12:00 pm
    • Acadia National Park - Maine
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 407
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 5
    • Come join a few earth science graduate students for a weekend camping trip in Acadia National Park. It should be a great time to see the foliage in all of its beautiful colors. Relax, hike, read, or just get a break from the day-to-day grind of the university. We'll have a fire both nights to relax, keep warm, and socialize. All experience levels welcome. If you've never camped, you can rent tents from the Hamel Rec Center and we'll give you a hand setting up. This weekend trip is from October 13th to October 15th For more information please contact: Kellen McArthur - mcarthurkellen@gmail.com
  • Advanced Linked-In Workshop
    • October 17, 2017, 4:00 pm-5:00 pm
    • Dimond Library Room 352
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 392
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 77
    • Want to create the best possible Linked-in profile? Want to know insider tips on how to create a profile that stands out from the rest? Come to this workshop that focuses on advanced Linked-in strategies, and how to leverage your own skills for the 21st century workplace!
  • Health and Wellness Pleasure Party
    • October 19, 2017, 5:00 pm-8:00 pm
    • Thrive Demonstration Kitchen, Hamel Rec Center (Second Floor, Room 239)
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 408
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 49
    • Graduate students are invited to attend an arousing event with fun activities and opportunities to learn about sex toys and pleasure. This event will be held in the Thrive demonstration kitchen at the Hamel Rec Center. Condom demonstrations (male and female) Dental dam demonstrations Free Sex Kits Free aphrodisiac foods Raffle prizes Free Consent Lemonade Sponsored by Health & Wellness
  • Workshop on discrimination policies, sexual violence, and victim advocacy.
    • October 20, 2017, 10:00 am-11:30 am
    • Dimond Library Room 352 (conference room)
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 404
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 36
    • Graduate Students are invited to join Title IX coordinator Donna Marie Sorrentino, Prevention Innovations Executive Director Sharyn Potter, SHARPP male victim program coordinator Zak Ahmmad Kahloon for a discussion on reporting responsibilities and best practices related to sexual harassment, discrimination, and victim advocacy This workshop is open to all Grad Students but may be particularly helpful for Graduate Students who are TA's or instructors of record.
  • Thesis and Dissertation Workshop 1
    • October 23, 2017, 1:00 pm-2:00 pm
    • Thompson Hall Trustees' Board Room
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 415
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 20
    • The UNH Graduate School offers free Thesis and Dissertation Workshops on a first come first serve basis at various times throughout the semester. These workshops are recommended for students who are within 1 year of completing their thesis/dissertation. The workshops last about 45 minutes and cover the basics of formatting and submitting your thesis or dissertation. We will spend the majority of time addressing the most common formatting errors that we see students make.
  • Leadership training workshop: What type of leader are you?
    • October 24, 2017, 8:00 am-8:01 am
    • UNH Innovation Training Room: 21 Madbury Road Durham NH
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 406
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 16
    • There is no one right way to lead a group or organization. In fact, every leader is different and brings various life experiences and technical skills to the table. Come learn about your own personal leadership style and effective ways to communicate with other types of leaders. This workshop combines a presentation about leadership, as well as an interactive activity that will help you learn about your own style. Spots are limited to 25, sign up today! Facilitator: Myles Lynch - PhD Candidate UNH Department of Education
  • Dissertation Year Fellowship Information Session One
    • October 25, 2017, 2:00 pm-3:00 pm
    • Dimond Library Room 352
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 410
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 38
    • Come learn about strategies regarding how to write an effective Dissertation Year Fellowship (DYF) application. These information sessions are self-contained meaning each session covers the same information so pick the one that best fits your schedule.
  • Lunch and a Lecture Interrupting Bias - What would you do?
    • October 26, 2017, 2:00 pm-5:00 pm
    • MUB Room 330-332
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 418
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 40
    • Interrupting Bias – What Would You Do? Thurs, Oct 26, 3-5pm, location: MUB Rm 330-332 Facilitators: Granite State Organizing Project Meet at Holloway Commons at 2:00pm for a late lunch and then we will walk over to the workshop at the MUB The curriculum of this workshop developed by Quabbin Mediation, serves to heighten your power as a bystander through interactive small group activities and conversations. Each participant will walk away with an empowered vision of an individual’s role in creating a supportive and engaging community. Our leader for the afternoon is GSOP, the largest grassroots community organization in New Hampshire.
  • Dissertation Year Fellowship Information Session Two
    • October 26, 2017, 4:00 pm-5:00 pm
    • Dimond Library Room 352
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 411
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 39
    • Come learn about strategies regarding how to write an effective Dissertation Year Fellowship (DYF) application. These information sessions are self-contained meaning each session covers the same information so pick the one that best fits your schedule.
  • Graduate School Cooking Class 1 (food from Serbia)
    • October 30, 2017, 11:50 am-11:50 am
    • Demo Kitchen Hamel Recreation Center (2nd floor)
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 421
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 15
    • Learn a new recipe with the Graduate School! Join fellow graduate students in making Serbian pita. If you like cheese, you will love this recipe! Our graduate student Jovana Milosavljevic-Ardeljan will do a cooking demonstration on October 31, 4-6pm at the Demo Kitchen in Rec Center. You will spend one hour cooking, and then enjoy the food. The Graduate School will provide all the ingredients. Students at all levels of cooking experience are welcome. Spots limited to 15, sign up today!

 

November 2017

  • Summer Teaching Assistant Fellowship Information (STAF) Session One
    • This event had 13 student registrations.
    • November 01, 2017, 3:00 pm-4:00 pm
    • Dimond Library Room 352
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 412
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 37
    • *Please note: You are not eligible for this award if you are a: RA, GA, or have not been a TA in which students have evaluated you as a teacher. Come learn strategies to build an effective application for the Summer TA Fellowship Award. There are a total of 50 awards and typically 115-130 students apply each year. Learn how to set your application apart from the rest! These fellowships are intended to support research or study during the summer for individuals who have held a TA position during the 2017-2018 academic year, and have performed exceptionally well as a TA and as a student.
  • Dinner and Lecture: THE DEFAMATION EXPERIENCE: When Race, Class, Religion and Gender Collide - A Conversation Begins.
    • November 01, 2017, 7:00 pm-8:30 pm
    • MUB Strafford Rm
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 426
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 33
    • An interactive play/experience that illuminates our common perceptions about race, religion and class - where members of the audience are transformed into jurors and must decide on the verdict of the case being presented. All are welcome to attend and participate in this unique experience. http://www.defamationtheplay.com/ Meet a representative from the Graduate School at 6:00pm in front of Holloway Commons in order to be swiped in for dinner. After dinner, we will all walk together to the workshop located in the Strafford Room.
  • Summer Teaching Assistant Fellowship Information (STAF) Session Two
    • November 02, 2017, 4:00 pm-5:00 pm
    • Dimond Library Room 352
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 413
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 30
    • *Please note: You are not eligible for this award if you are a: RA, GA, or have not been a TA in which students have evaluated you as a teacher. Come learn strategies to build an effective application for the Summer TA Fellowship Award. There are a total of 50 awards and typically 115-130 students apply each year. Learn how to set your application apart from the rest! These fellowships are intended to support research or study during the summer for individuals who have held a TA position during the 2017-2018 academic year, and have performed exceptionally well as a TA and as a student.
  • First Thursday Halloween special- Graduate School Social Event (Thirsty Moose, Dover)
    • November 02, 2017, 7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    • Thirsty Moose Dover NH
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 403
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 89
    • Join Grad Students at the Thirsty Moose in Dover for the monthly social! This Thursday will be a Halloween special. Wear an interesting costume and you might win a prize!The Graduate School will provide pizza. The event will be held in the ice bar room which is on the left as you walk into the Thirsty Moose. This event is always popular - usually 50-60 Grad Students attend each month.
  • USNH Staff Info Session
    • November 06, 2017, 1:00 pm-2:00 pm
    • Memorial Union Building (MUB) room 156
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 414
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 0 (This event is FULL, register to get on the waitlist)
    • Are you a USNH staff member interested in pursuing a graduate degree but aren’t sure what that may entail? We invite you to come and learn about the graduate programs we have to offer, how your employee benefits can be utilized and discuss with other employees about how they were able to balance both work and education.To register for this event email Courtney.Mulvey@unh.edu
  • Dinner and Lecture series: Creating a community where people can speak and also be heard.
    • November 07, 2017, 6:00 pm-9:00 pm
    • Holloway Commons Dining Hall
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 420
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 36
    • We live in a time when lots of people have lots to say, but no one seems to be listening to anyone else's point of view. How do we move forward as a community if we can't listen to each other? Tuesday, November 7, Athlete's InterVarsity will host an open forum on creating a community where people can speak and also be heard. Join us for what should be a provocative and illuminating conversation. If we don't take the lead on healing what is broken, who will? We will meet in the Strafford Room from 7 to 9pm, and the Athletic Department will host an ice cream social immediately afterward. Meet at Holloway Commons for dinner at 6:00pm (prior to the workshop), someone from the Grad School will swipe you into the dining hall. After dinner, we will walk over to the Strafford Room for the workshop.
  • Tackling Implicit Bias in STEM
    • November 08, 2017, 12:30 pm-2:30 pm
    • Nesmith 110
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 425
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 36
    • Negative stereotypes invade our thoughts and actions every day, even when we believe they are wrong. How can we reprogram our unconscious mind and use conscious strategies to overcome these biases? Join a panel of diverse women in STEM, social scientists, and feminist scholars for an intersectional discussion of how implicit bias affects us and our community. Then stay for a workshop where we learn how to identify our own biases, and how to have productive conversations about bias with our friends and colleagues. Wednesday Nov. 8th, 12:30-2:30pm, Nesmith 110. Free sandwiches provided to participants who RSVP by Monday Nov. 6th at gradschool.unh.edu/php/reg.php. Hosted by the UNH Women in Science student organization and sponsored by the UNH Affiliate Chapter of The Association for Women in Science, and the Senior Vice Provost for Research. All genders welcome.
  • Thesis and Dissertation Workshop 2
    • November 09, 2017, 11:00 am-12:00 pm
    • Thompson Hall Trustees' Board Room
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 416
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 0 (This event is FULL, register to get on the waitlist)
    • The UNH Graduate School offers free Thesis and Dissertation Workshops on a first come first serve basis at various times throughout the semester. These workshops are recommended for students who are within 1 year of completing their thesis/dissertation. The workshops last about 45 minutes and cover the basics of formatting and submitting your thesis or dissertation. We will spend the majority of time addressing the most common formatting errors that we see students make.
  • Safe Zones Training: How to be an effective ally to LGBTQA+ students and colleagues.
    • November 13, 2017, 10:00 am-12:00 pm
    • Dimond Library Room 343 (conference room)
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 424
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 15
    • This Graduate Student training provides an opportunity to further strengthen your knowledge and skills to be an effective ally to LGBTQA+ students and colleagues. We will cover topics that will help you and your department develop strategies toward supporting LGBTQA+ students and colleagues, and promote an inclusive and welcoming environment. Participants will engage in discussion around how to effectively respond to specific examples of homophobia, transphobia, heterosexism, genderism, and cisgenderism that LGBTQA+ students may encounter at UNH or in your work area. Effectively responding to and preventing comments, bias, harassment, and discrimination is important toward furthering UNH’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. NOTE: This program will be "tailored" around the specific LGBTQA+ issues that arise for you in your professional work/setting. Coffee and snacks provided!
  • Student Fees Digest
    • November 15, 2017, 12:00 pm-1:30 pm
    • Demo Kitchen (Room 239), Hamel Rec Center
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 431
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 35
    • Where do your student fees go? Have a discussion with the unit directors over lunch to find out!
  • Thesis and Dissertation Workshop 3
    • November 16, 2017, 10:00 am-11:00 am
    • Thompson Hall Trustees' Board Room
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 417
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 0 (This event is FULL, register to get on the waitlist)
    • The UNH Graduate School offers free Thesis and Dissertation Workshops on a first come first serve basis at various times throughout the semester. These workshops are recommended for students who are within 1 year of completing their thesis/dissertation. The workshops last about 45 minutes and cover the basics of formatting and submitting your thesis or dissertation. We will spend the majority of time addressing the most common formatting errors that we see students make.
  • Graduate School Cooking Class (food from Serbia)
    • November 28, 2017, 4:00 pm-6:00 pm
    • Demo Kitchen Hamel Rec Center (2nd floor)
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 423
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 0 (This event is FULL, register to get on the waitlist)
    • Learn a new recipe with the Graduate School! Join fellow graduate students in making Serbian pita. If you like cheese, you will love this recipe! Our graduate student Jovana Milosavljevic-Ardeljan will do a cooking demonstration on November 28th, 4-6pm at the Demo Kitchen in Rec Center. You will spend one hour cooking, and then enjoy the food. The Graduate School will provide all the ingredients. Students at all levels of cooking experience are welcome. Spots limited to 15, sign up today!

 

December 2017

  • Stand and Deliver: Presentation Skills Training
    • This event had 17 student registrations.
    • December 06, 2017, 5:00 pm-6:30 pm
    • Peter T. Paul Entrepreneurship Center (The E Center), 21 Madbury Road Madbury Commons, Suite 101; For directions visit: https://www.unh.edu/ecenter/directions
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 432
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 0 (This event is FULL, register to get on the waitlist)
    • Come learn new strategies on how to successfully present your work. Find out the dos and don'ts of effective communication. Registered students will have an opportunity to choose to learn more about one of the following topics: 1. Visual, 2. Organizing content, 3. Performance; 4. Audience Please register only if you are absolutely sure you can attend.
  • First Thursday: GSS Holiday Party
    • December 07, 2017, 7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    • Thirsty Moose Taphouse in Dover
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 437
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 78
    • Come celebrate the end of the semester with fellow grad students. Wear your ugly sweaters, cute sweaters, or warm sweaters and the GSS will bring Christmas hats! There will be pizza and appetizers, too.

 

January 2018

  • Graduate Writing Boot Camp: Live Free or Die Writing I
    • This event had 38 student registrations.
    • January 08, 2018, 8:30 am-5:00 pm
    • Hamilton Smith, room 240
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 438
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 22
    • Join fellow Graduate Students for 1 day, 2 days, or all 5 days for a write-in at Hamilton Smith. You can stay for the whole day or just the morning or afternoon. Bring your thesis, dissertation, or other work and have a set time to sit down and write! The Graduate School will provide complimentary lunch, coffee, and tea on all 5 days. On the first day, the Connors Writing Center will provide resources and helpful tips on how to improve your writing. The Write in is from 8:30am-5pm in Hamilton Smith, room 240 with a lunch break from 12:30-1.30. If you intend to come for all 5 days please register for all 5 events – we need an accurate count to determine how much food to purchase.
  • Graduate Writing Boot Camp: Live Free or Die Writing II
    • January 09, 2018, 8:30 am-5:00 pm
    • Hamilton Smith, room 240
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 439
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 21
    • Join fellow Graduate Students for 1 day, 2 days, or all 5 days for a write-in at Hamilton Smith. You can stay for the whole day or just the morning or afternoon. Bring your thesis, dissertation, or other work and have a set time to sit down and write! The Graduate School will provide complimentary lunch, coffee, and tea on all 5 days. On the first day, the Connors Writing Center will provide resources and helpful tips on how to improve your writing. The Write in is from 8:30am-5pm in Hamilton Smith, room 240 with a lunch break from 12:30-1.30. If you intend to come for all 5 days please register for all 5 events – we need an accurate count to determine how much food to purchase.
  • Graduate Writing Boot Camp: Live Free or Die Writing III
    • January 10, 2018, 8:30 am-5:00 pm
    • Hamilton Smith, room 240
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 440
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 27
    • Join fellow Graduate Students for 1 day, 2 days, or all 5 days for a write-in at Hamilton Smith. You can stay for the whole day or just the morning or afternoon. Bring your thesis, dissertation, or other work and have a set time to sit down and write! The Graduate School will provide complimentary lunch, coffee, and tea on all 5 days. On the first day, the Connors Writing Center will provide resources and helpful tips on how to improve your writing. The Write in is from 8:30am-5pm in Hamilton Smith, room 240 with a lunch break from 12:30-1.30. If you intend to come for all 5 days please register for all 5 events – we need an accurate count to determine how much food to purchase.
  • Graduate Writing Boot Camp: Live Free or Die Writing IV
    • January 11, 2018, 8:30 am-5:00 pm
    • Graduate Writing Boot Camp: Live Free or Die Writing
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 441
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 24
    • Join fellow Graduate Students for 1 day, 2 days, or all 5 days for a write-in at Hamilton Smith. You can stay for the whole day or just the morning or afternoon. Bring your thesis, dissertation, or other work and have a set time to sit down and write! The Graduate School will provide complimentary lunch, coffee, and tea on all 5 days. On the first day, the Connors Writing Center will provide resources and helpful tips on how to improve your writing. The Write in is from 8:30am-5pm in Hamilton Smith, room 240 with a lunch break from 12:30-1.30. If you intend to come for all 5 days please register for all 5 events – we need an accurate count to determine how much food to purchase.
  • Graduate Writing Boot Camp: Live Free or Die Writing V
    • January 12, 2018, 8:30 am-5:00 pm
    • Hamilton Smith, room 240
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 442
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 22
    • Join fellow Graduate Students for 1 day, 2 days, or all 5 days for a write-in at Hamilton Smith. You can stay for the whole day or just the morning or afternoon. Bring your thesis, dissertation, or other work and have a set time to sit down and write! The Graduate School will provide complimentary lunch, coffee, and tea on all 5 days. On the first day, the Connors Writing Center will provide resources and helpful tips on how to improve your writing. The Write in is from 8:30am-5pm in Hamilton Smith, room 240 with a lunch break from 12:30-1.30. If you intend to come for all 5 days please register for all 5 events – we need an accurate count to determine how much food to purchase.
  • The Case Against Sugar: Gary Taubes Portsmouth Music Hall Loft Event
    • January 25, 2018, 7:00 pm-8:30 pm
    • Portsmouth Music Hall Loft
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 433
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 0 (This event is FULL, register to get on the waitlist)
    • Sign up for a free ticket to the event below. Your ticket will be at will call the night of the event. Spots are limited to 10 Graduate Students. Sign up today! Don’t miss hearing from investigative journalist Gary Taubes about his New York Times bestseller The Case Against Sugar - just out in paperback. This groundbreaking, eye-opening exposé makes the convincing case that sugar is the tobacco of the new millennium: backed by powerful lobbies, entrenched in our lives, and making us very sick. Among Americans, diabetes is more prevalent today than ever; obesity is at epidemic proportions; nearly 10% of children are thought to have nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. And sugar is at the root of these, and other, critical society-wide, health-related problems. With his signature command of both science and straight talk, Gary Taubes delves into Americans’ history with sugar: its uses as a preservative, as an additive in cigarettes, the contemporary overuse of high-fructose corn syrup. He explains what research has shown about our addiction to sweets. He clarifies the arguments against sugar, corrects misconceptions about the relationship between sugar and weight loss; and provides the perspective necessary to make informed decisions about sugar as individuals and as a society. Gary Taubes is an investigative science and health journalist and co-founder of the non-profit Nutrition Science Initiative (NuSI.org). He is the author of Why We Get Fat and What to Do About It and Good Calories, Bad Calories. http://www.themusichall.org/calendar/event/gary_taubes

 

February 2018

  • First Thursday Welcome Back Social
    • This event had 16 student registrations.
    • February 01, 2018, 7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    • Thirsty Moose Dover NH
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 452
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 84
    • Join Graduate Students at the Thirsty Moose in Dover NH for a welcome back social gathering. Pizza and prizes will be provided! This event will provide you with an opportunity to meet new people including the student body president and dean of the Graduate School! The event is held in the Ice Bar which is on the left as you enter the Thirsty Moose. Feel free to bring a friend or significant other!
  • Alumni Lecture Series
    • February 02, 2018, 12:00 pm-2:00 pm
    • Hamilton Smith, room 240
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 455
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 33
    • Join Emily Klein and Stephanie Bramlett to have a discussion about their graduate school experiences and to discuss paths outside and beyond the university. There will be a discussion first from 12 to 1pm and then we will have lunch together from 1 to 2pm.
  • Dinner and a Show: Cashore Marionettes: Life in Motion
    • February 06, 2018, 6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    • Holloway Commons Dining Hall
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 429
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 0 (This event is FULL, register to get on the waitlist)
    • Meet a Graduate School representative in front of Holloway Commons Dining in the MUB at 6:00pm. We will all sit together and then walk over to Johnson Theater for the Cashore Marionettes performance. Only sign up for this event if you are able to come to both the dinner and show - tickets are limited to 18. Unmatched in artistry, grace and refinement of movement, the internationally acclaimed Cashore Marionettes redefine the art of puppetry. The moving and humorous performance has astounded audiences in Europe, the Far East and across North America including stops at the Kennedy Center, Annenberg Center, Kravis Center, and many others.In the performance "Life in Motion," Joseph Cashore presents his collection of marionette masterworks. Characters of depth, integrity, and humanity are portrayed in a full evening unlike anything else in theater today. The performance is a series of scenes taken from everyday life and set to beautiful music by composers such as Beethoven, Vivaldi, Strauss, and Copland.
  • Info Session about GSS - Chat with Senators over Free Lunch about becoming a senator!
    • February 13, 2018, 11:30 am-12:30 pm
    • Memorial Union Building (MUB), room 340
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 462
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 45
    • Are you a graduate student at UNH? Are you interested in serving in the Graduate Student Senate? Not sure what that really means? We invite you to an informal information session with current Senators and Executive Committee members to hear about their roles and their reasons for choosing to serve. Light lunch will be served.
  • Dinner and a Lecture: Navigating Bias Issues In and Out of the Classroom
    • February 13, 2018, 3:30 pm-4:30 pm
    • MUB Room 156
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 459
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 12
    • Meet a Graduate School representative after the workshop at 4:30pm in front of the MUB room 156. We will a table reserved and all sit together at Hoco. Only sign up for this event if you are able to come to both the dinner and show - tickets are limited to 20. This PowerPlay lab is focused on creating a fair and equitable workplace through building awareness of the biases that create obstacles toward that goal. The workshop allows faculty, staff and graduate students an opportunity to identify incidents of bias in the classroom/workplace and then build expertise in addressing those issues in constructive ways.
  • Public Speaking and Three Minute Thesis Preparation workshop
    • February 20, 2018, 10:00 am-11:00 am
    • Board of Trustees Room Thompson Hall
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 456
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 0 (This event is FULL, register to get on the waitlist)
    • Join Graduate Students for a workshop on effective strategies for public speaking. This workshop will be particularly helpful for students who are considering competing in the Three Minute Thesis challenge (3MT). Finalists from prior competitions will be on hand to help students with fine tuning their presentation and give advice on how they prepared. Workshop will be located in the Board of Trustee's Room in Thompson Hall. The room is the first room on your right as you enter Thompson Hall.
  • Diversity Workshop with Dr. Teresa Redd*
    • February 21, 2018, 1:00 pm-3:00 pm
    • Dimond Library, room 352
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 458
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 9
    • The Graduate School at the University of New Hampshire is committed to providing comprehensive programming that augments your academic course of study. We offer programs to provide you with the knowledge and skills essential to being a professional either in or out of academia. In February, we will be offering a diversity workshop led by Dr. Teresa Redd from Howard University, who will teach students about how to model culturally responsive behavior, how to motivate students to create a culture of inclusion, and establish norms for civil discourse.
  • Charles C. Mann at the Loft speaking about his new book The Wizard and the Prophet
    • February 21, 2018, 7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    • Portsmouth Music Hall Loft
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 460
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 6
    • Charles C. Mann at the Loft speaking about his new book The Wizard and the Prophet on Weds. Feb. 21, 7:00pm. 10 tickets available for Graduate Students! First come, first served. $43 value. Please register only if you are 100% sure you are able to attend. Your ticket will be at will call at the loft the night of the event. Description: In forty years, Earth’s population will reach ten billion. Can our world support that? What kind of world will it be? Those answering these urgent questions generally fall into two deeply divided groups, “Wizards” and “Prophets,” says journalist-author Charles Mann. In his new work, this bestselling, award-winning writer (1491 and 1493) offers an incisive portrait of these two groups, and the little-known twentieth-century scientists who inspired them. The Wizards follow Norman Borlaug’s belief that the solution to our most pressing problems is continual innovation; William Vogt’s mantra, embraced by the Prophets, is that we must use fewer of the earth’s resources and cut back. In this balanced, authoritative, non-polemical new work, Mann delves into these diverging viewpoints and assesses the four great challenges humanity faces in the coming decades—food, water, energy, climate change. Don’t miss hearing from Charles Mann in this unprecedented and important Innovation + Leadership event. CHARLES C. MANN, a correspondent for The Atlantic, Science, and Wired, has also written for Fortune, The New York Times, Smithsonian, Technology Review, Vanity Fair, The Washington Post, as well as the TV network HBO and the series Law & Order. http://www.themusichall.org/calendar/event/charles_c._mann

 

March 2018

  • First Thursday Graduate Student Social (St. Patrick's Day Theme)
    • This event had 22 student registrations.
    • March 01, 2018, 7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    • Thirsty Moose Dover NH
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 453
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 78
    • Join Graduate Students at the Thirsty Moose for a social gathering. Pizza and prizes are provided by the Graduate Student Senate (GSS). Feel free to bring a friend or significant other. We hope to see you there! We meet in the Ice Bar which is located on the left as you enter the Thirsty Moose.
  • Three Minute Thesis Practice Round (Competitor registration)
    • March 08, 2018, 4:30 pm-6:30 pm
    • UNH E Center Training Room (21 Madbury Road)
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 443
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 0 (This event is FULL, register to get on the waitlist)
    • The 3MT is a competition in which graduate students present their research in 3 minutes or less using only one static PowerPoint slide. All graduate students are eligible to compete in the 3MT. This event is a practice run for the main 3MT competition in April. Come hone your speaking skills and get valuable feedback from judges! Prizes awarded to the top three presentations. Location Details: UNH E-Center Training Room 21 Madbury Road Madbury Commons, Suite 101 Durham, NH 03824 Phone: (603) 862-4125
  • Thesis and Dissertation Workshop 1
    • March 09, 2018, 10:00 am-11:00 am
    • Thompson Hall Trustees' Board Room
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 466
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 0 (This event is FULL, register to get on the waitlist)
    • The UNH Graduate School offers free Thesis and Dissertation Workshops on a first come first serve basis at various times throughout the semester. These workshops are recommended for students who are within 1 year of completing their thesis/dissertation. The workshops last about 45 minutes and cover the basics of formatting and submitting your thesis or dissertation. We will spend the majority of time addressing the most common formatting errors that we see students make.
  • Graduate Student Cooking Class
    • March 12, 2018, 5:00 pm-7:00 pm
    • Hamel Recreation Center Demo Kitchen (2nd Floor)
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 461
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 5
    • Learn a new recipe and share food with other Graduate Students for our first Spring semester cooking class! The menu is still being decided, but register today to secure your spot. We will be using the demo kitchen located on the second floor of the Hamel Recreation Center. Please note that if you register, and do not show up for this class, you will be charged $10.
  • Thesis and Dissertation Workshop 2
    • March 28, 2018, 3:00 pm-4:00 pm
    • Thompson Hall Trustees' Board Room
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 467
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 0 (This event is FULL, register to get on the waitlist)
    • The UNH Graduate School offers free Thesis and Dissertation Workshops on a first come first serve basis at various times throughout the semester. These workshops are recommended for students who are within 1 year of completing their thesis/dissertation. The workshops last about 45 minutes and cover the basics of formatting and submitting your thesis or dissertation. We will spend the majority of time addressing the most common formatting errors that we see students make.
  • Professionalism with Maureen Crawford Hentz
    • March 28, 2018, 6:00 pm-7:30 pm
    • MUB Theater I
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 470
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 83
    • Director of Talent Acquisition at A.W. Chesterton, Maureen Crawford Hentz will provide you with interview and job search tips. From how to give a hand shake to what specific skill recruiters are looking for, you will walk away with new knowledge on how to be competitive in your job search. This information will benefit Graduate Students from any discipline and at any point in their program.
  • Hiring in Academia: Strategies on how to get hired in a University setting
    • March 30, 2018, 10:00 am-12:00 pm
    • Peter T. Paul Entrepreneurship Center (The E Center), 21 Madbury Road Madbury Commons, Suite 101; For directions visit: https://www.unh.edu/ecenter/directions
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 465
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 17
    • Learn about strategies on how to get hired in an academic setting. Panelists will provide you with interview, search tips and job negotiation. This workshop will be helpful for students who want to pursue a job as a lecturer, assistant professor, or another type of academic position. There will be an hour and a half for the panel and time for questions and discussion at the end. Lunch will be provided.

 

April 2018

  • First Thursday Graduate Student Social
    • This event had 12 student registrations.
    • April 05, 2018, 7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    • Thirsty Moose Dover NH
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 454
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 88
    • Join Graduate Students at the Thirsty Moose for a social gathering. Pizza and prizes are provided by the Graduate Student Senate (GSS). Feel free to bring a friend or significant other. We hope to see you there! We meet in the Ice Bar which is located on the left as you enter the Thirsty Moose.
  • Celebrity Series Show: Festival Ballet Providence
    • April 07, 2018, 7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    • Johnson Theater, Paul Creative Arts Center
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 463
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 0 (This event is FULL, register to get on the waitlist)
    • Register for your free ticket to Festival Ballet Providence being held April 7th at 7:00pm in Johnson Theater at UNH. You can come and pick up your ticket at the UNH Graduate School located in Thompson Hall. There are only 20 tickets available - register today to secure your ticket! This event is sponsored by the UNH Celebrity Series. If you would like to bring your spouse or significant other please email Myles Lynch - myles.lynch@unh.edu to see if there are leftover tickets.
  • Take a Grad to Lunch
    • April 10, 2018, 11:30 am-2:00 pm
    • Holloway Commons Dining Hall
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 457
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 0 (This event is FULL, register to get on the waitlist)
    • Register to obtain a meal ticket on April 10th to be used from 11:30am-2:00pm as part of the GRC oral presentation day. You can pick up the meal ticket on April 10th at the registration table, it can be used at Holloway Commons Dining Hall that day.
  • Thesis and Dissertation Workshop 3
    • April 12, 2018, 2:00 pm-3:00 pm
    • Thompson Hall Trustees' Board Room
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 468
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 0 (This event is FULL, register to get on the waitlist)
    • The UNH Graduate School offers free Thesis and Dissertation Workshops on a first come first serve basis at various times throughout the semester. These workshops are recommended for students who are within 1 year of completing their thesis/dissertation. The workshops last about 45 minutes and cover the basics of formatting and submitting your thesis or dissertation. We will spend the majority of time addressing the most common formatting errors that we see students make.
  • Graduate Student Cooking Class (CANCELLED)
    • April 12, 2018, 5:00 pm-7:00 pm
    • Hamel Recreation Center Demo Kitchen (2nd Floor)
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 464
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 0 (This event is FULL, register to get on the waitlist)
    • As part of Graduate Student Appreciation Week (GSAW) come learn a new recipe and share food with other Graduate Students for our first Spring semester cooking class! The menu is still being decided, but register today to secure your spot. We will be using the demo kitchen located on the second floor of the Hamel Recreation Center. Please note that if you register, and do not show up for this class, you will be charged $10.
  • The Second Grad Student Write-In: Space for Productivity
    • April 14, 2018, 9:00 am-5:00 pm
    • Connors Writing Center, Dimond Library room 329
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 471
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 0 (This event is FULL, register to get on the waitlist)
    • After a successful first Graduate Write-In in March, in collaboration with the Writing Center, the Graduate School is co-sponsoring the second Grad student write-in: Space for Productivity. Quiet room will be provided in which you will have uninterrupted time to sit and write! As always, there will be coffee and tea all day, provided by the Writing Center, and lunch provided by the Graduate School. We can accommodate 12 people, so please register only if you are certain you can attend. If you have any questions, please contact Jovana.Milosavljevic@unh.edu or Meaghan.Elliott@unh.edu
  • Three Minute Thesis Challenge Competitor Registration (April 24 Registration)
    • April 24, 2018, 3:00 pm-4:30 pm
    • MUB Theater I
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 427
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 0 (This event is FULL, register to get on the waitlist)
    • *This is the April 24th competitor registration*. Please register if you are interested in competing in the 3rd annual three-minute thesis challenge (3MT). Students have 3 Minutes to present their work using one static PowerPoint slide. Students may not use any props - note cards or speaking prompts. This competition is open to all graduate students, in any stage of their work. There are two dates for the first round, please ONLY REGISTER FOR ONE DATE. The two dates are April 24th from 3-4:30pm in MUB Theater I OR April 25th from 3:00-4:30pm in MUB Theater I. The top 12 competitors, from the first round, will advance to the final round, which will be held on April 30th from 3:00-4:30pm in MUB Theater II. Only register for a first round date if you are available for the final round on April 30th. For information, regarding rules and past videos please visit our webpage: https://www.gradschool.unh.edu/tmt.php
  • Three Minute Thesis Challenge Competitor Registration (April 25 Registration)
    • April 25, 2018, 3:00 pm-4:30 pm
    • MUB Theater I
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 428
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 0 (This event is FULL, register to get on the waitlist)
    • *This is the April 25th competitor registration*. Please register if you are interested in competing in the 3rd annual three-minute thesis challenge (3MT). Students have 3 Minutes to present their work using one static PowerPoint slide. Students may not use any props - note cards or speaking prompts. This competition is open to all graduate students, in any stage of their work. There are two dates for the first round, please ONLY REGISTER FOR ONE DATE. The two dates are April 24th from 3-4:30pm in MUB Theater I OR April 25th from 3:00-4:30pm in MUB Theater I. The top 12 competitors, from the first round, will advance to the final round, which will be held on April 30th from 3:00-4:30pm in MUB Theater II. Only register for a first round date if you are available for the final round on April 30th. For information, regarding rules and past videos please visit our webpage: https://www.gradschool.unh.edu/tmt.php

 

May 2018

  • Active Shooter on Campus Training for Graduate Students and Postdocs*
    • This event had 40 student registrations.
    • May 01, 2018, 12:00 pm-1:30 pm
    • Memorial Union Building (MUB), room 158
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 475
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 20
    • This is a training session with Chief Paul Dean from the UNHPD in which we will discuss safety techniques and importance of knowing how to prepare for an active shooter on campus. The agenda for the session will include a short presentation, video clip, and then a question and answer period. This event is highly recommended primarily to teaching assistants, as well as to all students that are in a leadership role (organization president, senator, ambassador, work study student, etc.) Lunch will be provided.
  • First Thursday (Thirsty Moose Dover NH)
    • May 03, 2018, 4:00 pm-9:30 pm
    • Thirsty Moose Dover NH
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 473
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 142
    • Join Graduate Students for the last first Thursday of the semester at the Thirsty Moose in Dover NH.
  • Ice Cream Social/603 Challenge Info Session
    • May 08, 2018, 12:00 pm-1:00 pm
    • Memorial Union Building (MUB) Deck (in front of the room 158 and the entertainment room)
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 478
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 42
    • Cool off with an ice cream treat as you learn about the upcoming 603 Challenge and how you, as graduate students, can help spread the word and make an impact.
  • Graduate Student Camping Trip
    • May 25, 2018, 8:00 am-6:00 pm
    • Acadia National Park - Maine
    • Course Reference Number (CRN): 472
    • Spaces/Seats Left: 0 (This event is FULL, register to get on the waitlist)
    • Come join a few earth science graduate students for a weekend camping trip in Acadia National Park. It should be a great time to enjoy spring in all of its beautiful colors. Relax, hike, read, or just get a break from work. We'll have a fire both nights to relax, keep warm, and socialize. All experience levels welcome. If you've never camped, you can rent tents from the Hamel Rec Center and we'll give you a hand setting up. This weekend trip is from May 25th to May 27th. For more information please contact: Kellen McArthur - mcarthurkellen@gmail.com
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