On Friday from noon to 1pm, the Office of Online Learning and Academic Programs will host “Strategies for Creating a Strong Instructor Presence in Asynchronous Classes.”
Panelists will provide background regarding their companies and talk about their lives as entrepreneurs, graduate students and researchers.
On October 20, 2022, join the Office of Ombuds Services for UT’s first annual Ombuds Day Celebration to explore the theme of Resilience, Resolve, and Respect.
ORIED is hosting three introductory sessions designed to help new students who plan to engage in research involving human subjects.
ORIED is hosting four sessions designed to help researchers understand the regulations around working with human subjects in specific research programs.
This session will provide an opportunity for you to learn about the thesis/dissertation process and about helpful resources you can use as guides and support.
The Office of Research, Innovation and Economic Development is hosting three sessions designed to help researchers understand responsible conduct of research.
On August 30, from noon to 1pm, Ernest L. Brothers, Associate Dean of the Graduate School, will be presenting “A Conversation on Mentoring.”
Evolving Practices in Teaching provides opportunities to discuss teaching-related issues with new and experienced faculty and peers from across the university.
We’re getting close to Graduate & Professional Student Appreciation Week and our 2022 3MT Watch Party on April 6 from 3:30–5:00pm.