Event Registration Form

The Graduate School often sponsors various workshops, seminars and other events for the benefit of our students. This form is used to register for these events online. Any field with an asterix (*) is required. To register for multiple events hold down the control key while clicking on each event.

See below for details on upcoming events you can currently register for.

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Upcoming Events and Workshops
CRN Title Location Starts Ends Seats Left
#196 PFF/PFP: Working with Difficult Students and Kognito: RESCHEDULED MUB Wildcat Den, Rm. 154 03/31 12:30 pm 03/31 2:00 pm 32
The UNH Graduate School holds frequent Preparing Future Faculty (PFF)/ Preparing Future Professionals (PFP) events throughout the semester. These professional development workshops include University and guest speakers and complimentary food/beverages courtesy of the Graduate School.

This workshop will feature an interactive discussion with David Cross, Director of the Counseling Center. He will present strategies for dealing with students as well as identifying students at risk using the online training simulation, Kognito. TA/RAs are encouraged to take the Identifying Students/Faculty at Risk: An Online Training Simulation. New Users: Click "Create New Account" Fill out form using enrollment key: unh624. Follow screen instructions. Lunch will be provided for attendees of this workshop, compliments of the Graduate School.
#188 Thesis and Dissertation Workshop 4 Thompson Hall Trustees' Board Room 04/09 10:00 am 04/09 11:00 am 3
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.
#201 Graduate School Information Session III MUB 334 04/09 1:00 pm 04/09 2:00 pm 40
This informational session covers why you may want to consider a graduate degree, how to increase your chances of admission, general funding opportunities, and other related topics, including the Accelerated Master’s program at UNH for those students who will have senior status next year. Join us to learn about how a graduate degree can enhance your career; this information session will be extremely valuable even if you’re considering schools beyond UNH!
#198 Dinner and a Show: My Gay Banjo MUB Strafford Room 04/13 6:00 pm 04/13 8:00 pm 37
The UNH Stonewall Grads will be hosting the musical group “My Gay Banjo,” featuring Owen Taylor and Julia Steele Allen on guitar, banjo, uke and vocals. On Monday, April 13th the UNH Graduate School will be sponsoring this event as part of Graduate Student Appreciation Week and the Dinner and a Movie series. Dinner at Holloway Commons will be provided to participants prior to the performance. For more information about the group visit http://www.mygaybanjo.com.
#194 Poetry and Prose Readings (Part of GRC) MUB Entertainment Center 04/29 6:00 pm 04/29 8:00 pm 48
This event is part of the 2015 Graduate Research Conference that helps to support the work of graduate students in every discipline. Come enjoy poetry readings from students in the MFA program at UNH. These readings will be done by experienced graduate students who are set to graduate in the coming year. Light refreshments will be served.


Should you wish to cancel, make changes, or have problems with this form, please email the Graduate School with any changes or questions. Please be sure to include your name and which events you signed up for (or wish to sign up for).