The UT Ombuds office is celebrating the 6th annual International Ombuds Day event with an all-day slate of virtual learning […]
On October 30, there will be two sessions led by Dr. Roel Snieder. The first session will start at 9:45am and the second will start at 1:45pm.
The Student Faculty Research Awards are grants of up to $5000 to student/faculty pairs working on research, scholarship or creative activity.
The RCR Workshop will give an overview of research conflicts of interest, authorship practices, research data, and more on October 20.
In the Getting Unstuck interactive session, participants will be introduced to a range of free services from the Office of Ombuds Services.
Registration is now open for the 6th Annual Engagement and Outreach Conference on October 3 at the UT Student Union.
On Sept.20, from 2-3:30pm, UT Ombuds Services will be offering a workshop designed to enhance your personal ability to navigate conflict.
The Office of Ombuds Services will be hosting a session on Wednesday, September 13, to address the topic of dignity and its relationship to communication and conflict.
The EPIT program provides opportunities to discuss teaching-related issues with new and experienced peers from across the university.
Join GPSPD partners across campus in this five-week program to develop your written, visual, and spoken communication skills.