AnthroPlus is a conference of upcoming social science research for students of the greater capital area of Washington, DC. AnthroPlus is organized by anthropology graduate students of the University of Maryland, College Park and is currently on its third year of successfully bringing together students, scholars and professionals to engage in conversations of current issues and ideas in a trans disciplinary manner. This event is sponsored in part by your student fees and open to all graduate students at the University of Maryland. More about: AnthroPlus "Close to Home": Exploring Social Science in Our Own Backyard
The UMD History Graduate Student Association will hold its 7th Annual Graduate History Conference on Friday, February 24 from 10:00 to 5:10 in Taliaferro 2108 and 2110. More about: 2012 University of Maryland HGSA 7th Annual Conference
The National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers (NOBCChE) will be having its 2nd Annual End-of-the-Year Celebration on December 14, 2011! Come out and learn about all of the programs and initiatives we are undertaking this year! Enjoy free food and a welcoming atmosphere! This event is sponsored in part by your graduate student fees and is therefore open to all graduate students More about: Annual End-of-the-Semester Celebration!
GSA will bring the PIZZA, you bring your beverage-of-choice and your genuine interest to discuss science in a comfortable, informal environment with fellow grad students! This event is sponsored in part by your graduate student fees and is therefore open to all graduate students. More about: Practice Pub
The MOCB/CBMG Graduate Student Association is conducting monthly career development seminars to inform students and postdocs of alternative career paths in the life sciences. More about: MOCB/CBMG GSA Presents: Career Development Series
Join Patricia Campbell, Director of the Maryland Intellectual Property Legal Resource Center, for a lively discussion of intellectual property law. Learn about the world of copyright infringement, patent protection, and product licensing. This workshop is sponsored by the Graduate Legal Aid Office. More about: Lunch with a Lawyer: Intellectual Property Law for Graduate Students
The Graduate School is pleased to announce the fifth in a continuing series of roundtable discussions focusing on Responsible Conduct of Research and Scholarly Integrity. The roundtable discussion on Data Management: Issues of Confidentiality will cover key topics including, strategies for managing and creating databases for your research data. More about: Data Management: Issues of Confidentiality
The Campus Assessment Working Group (CAWG) releases its latest SNAPSHOT of Student Experiences, "Crossing the Ph.D. Finish Line." CAWG will share results from this SNAPSHOT and another upcoming issue at this forum. More about: CAWG SNAPSHOT of Student Experiences: Crossing the Ph.D. Finish Line
The Graduate School is pleased to announce the third in a continuing series of roundtable discussions focusing on Responsible Conduct of Research and Scholarly Ethics. The third roundtable of the fall semester addresses the Human Subject and will cover key topics including: the IRB process. More about: The Human Subject: The IRB and Beyond
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