Academic success is important at the graduate level. The following workshops and resources relate to all things academic that are available to graduate students:
Student Learning Services schedules graduate student help workshops about a variety of topics, as well as graduate writing workshops about topics such as structure, style, formatting, writing proposals and revising your work. For a list of upcoming graduate writing or help workshops, click one of the link below:
SLS Grad Help Resources SLS has collected a number of links to helpful resources about academic integrity, study skills and topics such as attending conferences, the student-supervisor relationship, funding and completing your program, and planning doctoral study.
The Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching Effectiveness offers courses and workshops relating to teaching, and professional skills development. They also offer non-credit Graduate Studies and Research courses open to graduate students from all disciplines.
College of Graduate Studies and Research can help you find information about topics such as funding, tuition and fees, how prepare your thesis for electronic submission and the student-supervisor relationship.
Graduate Students' Association represents U of S graduate students and provides professional, academic, and social activities and services.