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Important Dates & Deadlines
Enrollment begins for the Summer and Fall 2019 semesters.
Last day to submit a Graduation Application for Spring 2019 with the Office of the Registrar
Priority deadline to submit Thesis/Dissertation Oral Defense Form
After you complete your enrollment, please check your schedule (in your Student Self-Service account) to verify that your enrollment is correct.
Graduate Student News
Graduate Student Community
The Graduate Student Community is now live in Canvas. Check out all pertinent graduate student information here including academic calendars, awards, forms and templates, graduation checklists, and much more.
March 29 at Noon, GSSC Commons (B-09GAB)
Graduate school is guaranteed to present you with challenges. Join Dr. Joseph Dunnigan from the Student Counseling Center for a session on Building Resiliency. Pizza will be served.
Interdisciplinary Toxicology Symposium
Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences will host the Annual Interdisciplinary Toxicology Symposium on Monday, March 25, from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Wes Watkins Center on the OSU Stillwater campus. The Symposium provides an opportunity for exchange among students, interdisciplinary faculty, and leading outside scientists.
2019 UCS Mental Series
April 4: Managing Difficult Emotions
No emotion is negative because each informs us of how we are feeling about a situation. With that being said, there are definitely emotions that are more difficult to manage and accept than others. This week we will discuss skills to help tolerate feelings of distress, and regulate emotions.
Did You Know?
Did you know American Red Cross volunteers and staff work to deliver vital services? From providing relief and support to those in crisis to helping you be prepared to respond in emergencies.
Professional Development Opportunities
Research Writing for Public Audiences Workshop
March 27 (4 p.m.) & March 28 (5 p.m.), Edmon Low Library Rm. 206
To clearly and concisely communicate your research to a public audience is no easy feat and yet, it is a critical skill for graduate students to learn.
This workshop will focus on written communication and emphasize the importance of writing about research, often heavy with technical terminology and/or dense theory, in an accessible way to a public audience.
Participants are eligible to enter the Public Writing Contest for a chance to win a prize.
Adulting 101: From Backpack to Briefcase
March 26 at Noon, 408 Student Union
Think of Backpack to Briefcase as your personal guide book: it covers all the things you never think about until you really need to know them. Backpack to Briefcase will help you make the most of these early days of your career.
This workshop covers what to expect on the job – as well as how to deal with the unexpected.
Adulting 101: HR Tell All
April 3 at 5:30 p.m., 408 Student Union
Hear candid feedback you’ve been dying to know straight from a panel of HR professionals about what makes an employee stand out and advance in their career, or what interns or full-time employees often do without thinking that can quickly sour the employment relationship.
The Graduate and Professional Student Government Association
To stay up to date on the following:
General Assembly Meeting
The next GPSGA General Assembly Meeting will be held on April 3 in NRC 207 at 5:30 p.m.
Don’t forget your Student ID.
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