Fall 2016 Workshops
Thesis and Dissertation Formatting Seminar
Thursday, September 8 from2:00-3:00pm in Granada 420, LSC
Tuesday, September 13 from 5:00-6:00pm in Granada 420, LSC
This information session will include general formatting guidelines, online submission procedures, and details about copyright issues for theses and dissertations.
Space is limited so if you are interested in attending this session, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot. Please indicate in the email which session you would like to attend.
Visit the Graduate School’s formatting page for more information about submitting your thesis/dissertation, including formatting guidelines.
Graduate Student Funding Opportunities: External Funding Grants
Tuesday, September 27th from 3:00 – 4:00 in the Information Commons, 4th floor, LSC
Master’s and Doctoral Students from The Graduate School who are interested in applying for external funding, this workshop can help you get started.
- Go over the eligibility guidelines for some upcoming national funding competitions,
- Learn about the Pivot search engine for grant funding searches,
- Explore strategies for seeking funding opportunities in your discipline or specialty, and
- Go over the Research Incentive Award for Graduate Students (RIAGS) guidelines.
The workshop is being presented by Dr. Jessica Horowitz, Associate Dean, Graduate School; Tracy Foxworth, Research Administrator, Research Services; and Lisa Knepshield, Fellowship Coordinator. Registration is required for the funding workshop and limited to graduate students in The Graduate School. Space is limited. Please register by 48 hours of the session. Click here to RSVP
Introduction to Graduate Writing
Tuesday October 4th │ 1:00 – 2:30 pm │ LSC │ Mundelein Center 404
Thursday October 6th │ 7:30 – 9:00 pm │ WTC │ Corboy Law Center Room 304
Feel like you need some assistance in your writing? All of us, regardless of our degrees and status, can benefit from someone who has made it his career to guide people to the next level of their writing ability. This 90-minute interactive writing workshop is specifically geared to graduate students who are struggling with graduate-level papers in their courses and individual research. The workshop introduces students to three elemental areas of sound scholarly writing: organizing around a complex and worthwhile purpose, framing paragraphs structure, and reassessing the source relationships. This workshop is open to Master's and Doctoral students from all disciplines in The Graduate School. Conducted by Michael Meinhardt, English Instructor.
Working with the Institutional Review Board (IRB)
Wednesday October 26th from 5:00 – 6:00 pm in Granada 420, Lake Shore Campus
Graduate Students planning to conduct “Human Subject Research” should attend this information filled workshop. You will receive pointers for preparing your proposal and submitting it to the Loyola University IRB.
Topics covered include:
- The Types of Research Required to Submit to the IRB Consent & Training Requirements
- Determining the Risk Level
- Determining the Type of Review Required
- Submission Procedures
- Checking Submission and CITI Training Status’
- Minimize the Risk to Subjects
- Tips and Suggestions for Preparing a Proposal: Examples of Good and Bad Ideas
Andrew Ellis, Assistant Director for Research Compliance, will conduct the workshop. Space is limited. Graduate students enrolled in Graduate School programs will have priority on a first come, first served basis. Click here to RSVP.
Graduation Information Session
Wednesday, November 9; 5-6pm; Cuneo Hall 002
The University only holds one commencement ceremony per year in May but we have three degree conferral dates: December, May and August. If you plan to finish your degree for either December 2016, May 2017, or August 2017, you should attend one of these information session which will go over the eligibility process for conferral and also to participate in the May 2016 commencement ceremony. We will offer several sessions both Fall and Spring semester.
Attendance is limited to graduate students in The Graduate School. Click here to RSVP.