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Workshops

The OSR staff are available for classroom presentations, workshops, and student club presentations. We offer a variety of topics, including steps to getting involved in research, finding a faculty mentor, introduction to a Ph.D. program, and more. REQUESTS MUST BE SUBMITTED 2 WEEKS IN ADVANCE and must be during regular office hours (Monday-Friday 8am to 5pm). We will make every attempt to accommodate your request.

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Please find the list of scheduled workshops for this term below. New workshops may be added so please check back regularly. 


Winter 2019 Workshops

Workshop Title Description Offered
Maximizing Your Conference Experience Learn about how to maximize your conference experience through preparing for the conference and taking advantage of every opportunity. Date: 4/11/2019
Time: 1:00-200
Location: CE 209
Presenter: Dr. Christina Hassija

Register for Maximizing Your Conference Experience
 
Presenting an Oral or Poster Presentation (Honors Program Only) The Oral and Poster Presentation Workshop is designed to give students a comprehensive tutorial on how best to present their scholarly research at an academic conference. The workshop is comprised of a presentation that details how to format your presentation to best accommodate an oral or poster conference session. Students are also encouraged to collaborate with students within the workshop who have previously presented at academic conferences to gain insight on helpful tips, advice, and resources to better prepare for their experience.
 
Date: 4/12/2019
Time: 2:45-3:45
Location: Cajon Hall
Presenter: Dr. Christina Hassija
 
Presenting an Oral or Poster Presentatio The Oral and Poster Presentation Workshop is designed to give students a comprehensive tutorial on how best to present their scholarly research at an academic conference. The workshop is comprised of a presentation that details how to format your presentation to best accommodate an oral or poster conference session. Students are also encouraged to collaborate with students within the workshop who have previously presented at academic conferences to gain insight on helpful tips, advice, and resources to better prepare for their experience. Date: 4/16/2019
Time: 3:00-4:00
Location: SB 211
Presenter: Dr. Christina Hassija

Register for Presenting an Oral or Poster Presentation
Graduate Programs (Honors Program Only) This workshop shows how to apply for graduate school, it introduces what is needed and what to expect during the application process. The workshop also provides information about finding the right graduate programs, what to expect when applying, and the general requirements for admissions. Most graduate programs require a general application to the graduate studies office, a separate more specific application to the program of choice, undergraduate transcripts, GRE test scores, recommendation letters, and an interview process.
 
Date: 5/3/2019
Time: 2:45-3:45
Location: Cajon Hall
Presenter: Dr. Christina Hassija
 
GRE Preparation Course  The GRE Prep Course is a four-week course that has been designed to help students prepare for the GRE examination. The course includes online-live instruction, practice materials, and exams.  Date: 8/5-29/2019
Time: Varies
Location: Online
Presenter: Princeton Review

Register for GRE Preparation Course

Please note that all spots are full. If you choose to register, you will be placed on the waitlist.