College of Graduate Studies free development opportunities for graduate students and postdocs. Graduate students register in myUCF.

Tuesday, September 14, 2021

  • Authorship, Credit and Collaborative Scholarship - CORE (Recurring Event)

    Graduate Student Center: Colbourn Hall, Suite 146

    This workshop will help to clarify rules governing authorship of peer-reviewed publications, with particular focus on archival journals. We will identify issues and decision making with respect to authorship through the instructor’s personal experiences and example case studies. This workshop is offered through the College of Graduate Studies Pathways to Success professional development program for graduate students. See https://graduate.ucf.edu/pathways-to-success for …

    Pathways to Success
  • EndNote Citation Management (Recurring Event)

    Virtual

    Citation management tools allow you to dedicate more time to research. Join us to learn how to export citations from library databases, organize citations, generate bibliographies, and format citations in a Word document. EndNote can help make managing your references and formatting citations easy. This workshop is offered through the College of Graduate Studies Pathways to Success professional development program …

    Pathways to Success
  • Time Management: Strategies for Personal and Academic Success as a Graduate Student

    Graduate Student Center: Colbourn Hall, Suite 146

    Managing your use of time is a key to living a successful, productive, and happy life! This presentation will address specific time management strategies including planning, balancing activities, setting priorities, making a schedule to fit all that you have to do and want to do as a graduate student, and other useful tips for making the most of your time. …

    Pathways to Success
  • Doing the Right Thing: What Every Graduate Student Should Know About Research Misconduct - CORE (Recurring Event)

    Graduate Student Center: Colbourn Hall, Suite 146

    In this session students will learn the 12 core areas of responsible conduct of research (RCR). The core areas will be explored using a combination of case studies and facilitated discussion. Emphasis will be placed on recognizing the historical foundations of RCR within the broader landscape of ethics. Students will learn how to leverage communication and disclosure for the ethical …

    Pathways to Success