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GradPost | December 2013
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Did you miss a fall workshop?

Amy Nuetzman leads the "Speed Reading for Graduate Students" workshop.
You can now see what you missed at our new PACE Workshop Archive. The archive links to workshop presentations and handouts as a resource for students who missed our fall workshops.

The workshop archive even features videos of our workshops that have been published to our new YouTube channel, including: We'll be sending a schedule of Winter Term workshops in early January. Topics for our winter workshops will include time management, grant writing, visually communicating your research, and graduate student funding.

Graduate School Awards and Fellowships: February Deadlines

Winter Break is an excellent time to focus your energies on award and fellowship applications. Several Graduate School Fellowships have deadlines in February:
We look forward to seeing you at the 5th Annual Graduate Student Research Forum on Friday, March 7th.  We have received more than 150 proposals (our highest number of submissions yet!) and are confident that the forum will showcase UO's robust research community.
  • Get inspired by all of the outstanding research being done by graduate students at UO.
  • Engage in professional and career development roundtables.
  • Attend cross-disciplinary roundtables that tear down research silos.
  • Experience visual, musical, and literary performances
  • Quickly learn about many different areas of research in the poster session.
The forum schedule will be posted early next term. See you on March 7!
Learn more about the Research Forum

Let it RAIN: O-Corps Workshops to begin in January 2014

Opportunity for Human Physiology Students

The inaugural O-Corps workshop of the Regional Accelerator and Innovation Network (RAIN) will begin in January 2014 with a series of weekly sessions designed to guide researchers through the process of innovation development. This winter’s program is intended for graduate students and post-doc researchers working in human physiology who are interested in learning more about how research can be moved from the laboratory and into public or commercial use. Continue reading â†’

If you’re interested in learning more about the O-Corps workshop or registering for the event, please contact Linda Hansen at: lphansen@uoregon.edu.  Space for the workshop is limited, so early registration is recommended.
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UO Families

Moss Street Children's Center Parenting Workshops
Moss Street Children’s Center is sponsoring parenting workshops throughout the winter term. The sessions are free, including snacks and childcare. All grad student parents are welcome and the sessions are open for all families regardless of if their children attend Moss Street.
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Dance Your Ph.D. Contest
Do you ever have trouble explaining your dissertation research? You're not alone. In fact, this problem is so common that Science magazine thought it may be easier for some researchers to express their work through dance.

Each year Science magazine and the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) sponsor a competition for doctoral students and Ph.D. recipients to explain their research through interpretive dance. Click here to watch the wonderfully creative 2013 contest winners.

If you'd rather stick to using words, try the Graduate School's 3 Minute Thesis Competition, coming Spring 2014.
Looking to get your head around social media?
Consider registering for J480/580, a special topics course on the strategic use of social media in public relations. Learn the who, what, where, when, why, and how of social media for the purpose of building, managing, and repairing stakeholder relationships.
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