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Featured Programs

2014 Graduate Student Research Day

The Graduate Student Advisory Council (GSAC) and I-Cubed Program are pleased to announce the 2014 Graduate Student Research Day will be held on October 28th (Tuesday). The event is open to all graduate students and will feature posters from hundreds of students and workshops related to the theme ‘Standing Out, It’s A Race To The Top!’ For registration go to

2014 Graduate Student Mentoring Award

Application submission is closed. The winners of the award will be announced at 2014 Graduate Student Research Day on October 28th.

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.

Hits From The Blog

Elegance of Science Contest

Enter the 2014/2015 Elegance of Science Contest Organized by the Marston Science Library & Florida Museum of Natural History “After a certain high level of technical skill is achieved, science and art tend to coalesce in esthetics, plasticity, and form. The greatest scientists are always artists as well.” Albert Einstein Have you looked through the […]

New Inside Higher Ed Column on Career Advice

To kick off this series, I’ll start with the single most common question I receive: What advice do you have for under-represented faculty starting out the tenure track? Read the full article at:  

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