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Upcoming Events and Workshops

The Graduate School often sponsors various workshops, seminars and other events for the benefit of our students. If any of the events or workshops interest you then please use our online registration form to register.

Please note that any event title followed by an * indicates it has a late cancellation fee of $10.
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#661 Dissertation Year Fellowship (DYF) Info Session I https://unh.zoom.us/j/99988111367 10/21 3:00 pm 10/21 4:00 pm 13
Learn about applying for the DYF award. These fellowships are available on a competitive basis to doctoral students who have advanced to candidacy. These awards include a stipend and a waiver of the doctoral research fee and mandatory fees for the period of the award.
#662 Dissertation Year Fellowship (DYF) Info Session II Zoom link will be sent to the registered students a day before the event 10/27 4:00 pm 10/27 5:00 pm 16
Learn about applying for the DYF award. These fellowships are available on a competitive basis to doctoral students who have advanced to candidacy. These awards include a stipend and a waiver of the doctoral research fee and mandatory fees for the period of the award.
#667 MyIDP & Aurora Info Session 10/28 https://unh.zoom.us/j/97150910477 10/28 11:00 am 10/28 12:00 pm 14
Getting through graduate school coursework and dissertation/thesis is a lot to navigate—so much so, that it’s easy to let professional and career development slip to the backburner. But, with online tools freely available to UNH grad students and post-docs, it doesn’t have to be so hard. We’re holding a series of info sessions on 3 important resources for you: Aurora by Beyond the Professoriate, MyIDP, and Imagine PhD. Each session will be held via Zoom with a different audience focus, and will elaborate on two of the resources relevant to the audience.
#669 Imagine PhD & Aurora 10/28 https://unh.zoom.us/j/98958028678 10/28 2:00 pm 10/28 3:00 pm 15
Getting through graduate school coursework and dissertation/thesis is a lot to navigate—so much so, that it’s easy to let professional and career development slip to the backburner. But, with online tools freely available to UNH grad students and post-docs, it doesn’t have to be so hard. We’re holding a series of info sessions on 3 important resources for you: Aurora by Beyond the Professoriate, MyIDP, and Imagine PhD. Each session will be held via Zoom with a different audience focus, and will elaborate on two of the resources relevant to the audience.
#670 Imagine PhD & Aurora 10/29 https://unh.zoom.us/j/92845639247 10/29 10:00 am 10/29 11:00 am 15
Getting through graduate school coursework and dissertation/thesis is a lot to navigate—so much so, that it’s easy to let professional and career development slip to the backburner. But, with online tools freely available to UNH grad students and post-docs, it doesn’t have to be so hard. We’re holding a series of info sessions on 3 important resources for you: Aurora by Beyond the Professoriate, MyIDP, and Imagine PhD. Each session will be held via Zoom with a different audience focus, and will elaborate on two of the resources relevant to the audience.
#666 Working with Your Mentor 2: Student Perspective Zoom link will be sent to those registered a day before the event 10/29 12:00 pm 10/29 1:00 pm 39
One of the major parts of being in graduate school is working with your mentor, and that relationship plays an important role in graduate student life. Yet, it is rarely discussed what it means to be a mentor or a mentee and how to make the most of the relationship. Come learn from two current graduate students (Clarice Perryman, Earth Science & Mingcheng Ren, NRESS) and one alum (Jordan Coulombe, History) what they think good mentoring looks like and how they "manage(d)" their mentors.

This is part 2 of our mentorship series, and will be followed by the perspective of an academic adviser (date TBD).
#668 MyIDP & Aurora Info Session 10/29 https://unh.zoom.us/j/91976476670 10/29 2:00 pm 10/29 3:00 pm 15
Getting through graduate school coursework and dissertation/thesis is a lot to navigate—so much so, that it’s easy to let professional and career development slip to the backburner. But, with online tools freely available to UNH grad students and post-docs, it doesn’t have to be so hard. We’re holding a series of info sessions on 3 important resources for you: Aurora by Beyond the Professoriate, MyIDP, and Imagine PhD. Each session will be held via Zoom with a different audience focus, and will elaborate on two of the resources relevant to the audience.
#663 Summer Teaching Assistant Fellowship (STAF) Information Session II Zoom link will be sent to registered students a day before the event 11/04 4:00 pm 11/04 5:00 pm 21
The UNH Graduate School is hosting two Summer Teaching Assistant Fellowship Information Sessions this fall. The information sessions will shed light on the application process and include a question and answer session, as well as information from the Graduate School on the Fellowship’s details.

#671 Working with your Mentor 3: Graduate School Academic Advisor Perspective Zoom link will be sent to those registered a day before the event 11/06 12:00 pm 11/06 1:00 pm 40
Come learn from the Graduate School Academic Advisor, Dr. Dovev Levine, what are some of the major issues in the mentor-mentee relationship and how to solve them. Dovev has years of experience working with students and advising them on how to establish a good relationship, and how to remedy a broken one.
#664 Summer Teaching Assistant Fellowship (STAF) Information Session I Zoom link will be sent to registered students a day before the event 11/10 3:00 pm 11/10 4:00 pm 22
The UNH Graduate School is hosting two Summer Teaching Assistant Fellowship Information Sessions this fall. The information sessions will shed light on the application process and include a question and answer session, as well as information from the Graduate School on the Fellowship’s details.

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).