The UF Graduate Student Grants and Fellowship Conference is scheduled to be held on May 17th in the HPNP Building located behind Shands on Center Drive. Students who did not pre-register are still able to attend and can register onsite. However, this is subject to space availability in a given session. Below you will find [...]
Graduate Student Professional Development Workshops
UF Graduate School offers a series of professional development workshops to help graduate students gain information, insights and skills they can use to excel in their graduate studies and beyond. The Collaborating with Strangers (CoLAB) workshops offered by the UF Libraries connect students and faculty to on-campus resources, networks and creative opportunities. The Libraries offer workshops on a multitude of topics, from finding resources to scholarly communication. Check below links to find a session you are looking for:
UF Libraries LibGuides
UF Libraries’ host a number of LibGuides on topics ranging from grants and fellowships, to mentoring, ethics, and a plethora of other topics. The LibGuides are designed to help UF students identify general and UF-specific opportunities, resources and information.
Career Resources for Graduate Students
A career in academia is an option for some, but it is not for everyone. In fact, many career options exist in industry, government and non-profit sectors for doctoral and master's students. These are called careers outside academia. Further, you have no standard formula when searching for a job. Therefore, explore the UF CRC to find a job inside or outside academia.
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