Attend a Training or Event

As a student, you have access to many events throughout the school year. We encourage you to attend these, and enhance your academic skills, while also gaining friends from other disciplines. All upcoming events can be seen here, and we ask that you RSVP for each event you attend, so that we can plan on catering accordingly. Thank you! We’ll see you soon.

Graduate Student Social

Graduate Student Socials

Held four times per year, the socials provide a regular opportunity to mingle with peers and enjoy time outside of your lab. All graduate students are welcome to attend, enjoy free food, music and occasionally, a rousing game of bingo.

Attend Graduate Student Socials
Graduate Training Series

Graduate Training Series

Held monthly during the school year, Graduate Training Series is an opportunity for students to enhance their academic skills. This year’s topics include mental health resources, findingĀ a job outside academia, developing presentation skills and funding your research.

Each event is held from noon to 1:30 p.m. in Merrill-Cazier Library, room 101.

Attend GrTS
Grant Writing Workshop

Grant Writing Workshops

Provided by the Research and Development Office, there are five grant writing workshops you can choose to attend: Getting Started as a Grant Writer, Write Winning Grant Proposals, Writing Grants within Arts & Humanities, the Proposal Writing Institute and Agency Specific Grant Writing Workshops.

Attend Grant Writing Workshops
Research Integrity

Responsible Conduct of Research Training

Enhance your research and ethics skills by taking Responsible Conduct of Research Training. Training is required for all PhD students and students funded by NIH, NSF, and USDA-NIFA. It covers research misconduct, mentor/trainee relationship, data management, research collaboration, authorship, publication, peer review, and conflicts of interest.

Attend the Research Integrity Course
Research Week

Research Week

Every April the Merrill-Cazier Library comes alive as student and faculty researchers are honored for their accomplishments, and present their research to their peers. Plan on participating in Student Research Symposium, Faculty Author Exhibition and more events during the week.

Attend Research Week
USU TA Training Workshop

Teaching Assistant Training

This course is required for all teaching assistants. Native English speakers may take the course online and non-native English speakers can take the class in August or September. There is no fee for this course.

Attend TA Training
USU Thesis and Dissertation

Thesis and Dissertation Information Sessions

Not sure when to defend your dissertation or how to schedule it? Unsure about the next steps to take toward commencement? Attend a Thesis/Dissertation Information Session. Held five times a year, a member of the Graduate School Office will outline the process of commencement for you, and will answer any of your questions.

Attend an Information Session

Haven Sexual Assault Prevention

Sexual assault prevention trainings are required for all incoming graduate students. Training can be completed online via Haven. You can find more information by clicking on the box below.

Sexual Assault Prevention