All sessions take place at 301 Glossop Road, are free of charge and are offered on a first-come-first-served basis so sign up now to avoid disappointment.
Sessions are open to all students currently working on a dissertation project.
Any change in this schedule must receive prior approval in writing by all members of your Committee.
The thesis defense consists of a public presentation of the thesis followed by a closed meeting with the Advisory Committee.
(noncredit; biweekly, semester-long) Instructor: Carew Boulding Contact: [email protected]: - pm Dates: Fridays (February 8, February 22, March 8, March 22, April 12, April 19, April 26)Location: The next meeting of the semester on Friday, April 19, will be held in IBS 401.
Are you a Ph D student working on your dissertation proposal in the social sciences?
Any social science graduate student who is working on developing a dissertation proposal!
If you are a graduate student in Anthropology, Economics, Linguistics, Sociology, Political Science, Ethnic Studies, Geography, or Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences… As a good rule of thumb, talk it over with your advisor or graduate director and feel free to send any questions my way: [email protected] meeting: January 18th, 2019, -pm IBS 4th Floor Conference Room (come for the view if nothing else!
Are you interested in finding creative ways to move your research forward?
Delivered by a team of specialists from 301 and the University Library, these training days are designed to address some of the challenges of the research process, help you to develop a robust research strategy and introduce some tips and ideas to progress your current project.