Opportunity to Present Research at USF
Attention graduate students!: Do you do applied, community engaged research? If so, would you like the opportunity to present your research in a collegial setting, receive constructive feedback from your peers, and add another line to your CV? The Graduate Student Applied Research Network (GSARN) is planning a recurring graduate student colloquium in which you could do all that–and have fun socializing with your colleagues.
The schedule is still flexible at this point, but we envision having a biweekly, hour-long colloquium on Friday afternoons. It would have two presentations, fifteen minutes for each, with each one followed by fifteen minutes of feedback. Let us know if you are interested in participating in this opportunity for peer feedback and professional development. Presentation time slots will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please reply to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in presenting or would like to become a member of GSARN!
Faculty interested in participating as guest discussants, please reply too!
New Student Organization
Are you doing applied, community engaged research? Would you like to connect with other graduate students with similar interests?
Too often, graduate researchers are unaware that students with similar interests, who use similar methods, and who focus on the same communities are working right across campus! Our goal is to overcome some of those divides, and help graduate students find peers with whom they can discuss common concerns.
Reasons to join GSARN: Professionalization opportunities; Cross-disciplinary collaboration & communication; Networking for research experiences and job opportunities; Sharing resources and ideas; Opportunities to present work to peers and get feedback; Socializing, mutual support, and encouragement while completing degree program
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To join GSARN reply to: email@example.com
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