Workshop Videos

Workshop Videos

Writing a Literature Review

The literature review is an important component of most theses, dissertations, and academic articles. In this workshop, graduate writing tutors...

Teaching at the Community College: The Hiring Process

These panelists will give helpful insights in the community college interviewing process. Learn what faculty and administrators serving on search...

Stress Management for Graduate Students

Being a graduate student tends to bring out stress and anxiety and at times can feel overwhelming. If you want to learn how to manage your stress...

Developing Your Written Credentials: CVs and Letter of Interest

A curriculum vita, CV or vita, this document is the academic equivalent of a resume and is a summary of your educational and professional history...

Entrepreneurship: Do You Have What It Takes?

This workshop, presented by Dr. Tony Mendes of the Murphy Center for Entrepreneurship, offers insight into various forms of entrepreneurship and...

Getting Ideas for an Academic Study: Conceptual and Empirical

A research degree will give you the opportunity to study a specific field (e.g., business, psychology, history, economics, sociology and so forth...

Life in Academia: Securing Tenure

These panelists have a wealth of experience in promotion and tenure issues from which graduate students will benefit. Their discussion will deal...

Navigating the PhD: Managing Academic Relationships

In this workshop, plans for working with others will be the main focus. Participants will discuss how to select and work with committees will...

Developing a Resume, Cover Letter and How to Convert your CV into a Resume (Fall 2011)

The most valuable thing about a resume is the process of writing it. As you write your resume (for many of you taking your curriculum vita and...

RCR: Investing in Responsibility & Integrity for a Productive Career

This program in the Responsible Conduct of Research series intends to focus attention on the broad issues of Integrity in Research and Creative...

Open Access and the Graduate Student

To assure increased access to and visibility of scholarly works produced by the UNT community (faculty, students, and staff), UNT is developing an...

RCR: Maintaining a Productive & Responsive Environment for Conducting Graduate Research

Research misconduct is a serious offence that can have serious consequences including dismissal from the university, revocation of your degree and...

What’s Out There?: Identifying Non-Academic Options in the Ph.D. Job Market

Employers from various industries such as business, government, sciences and/or non-profits will discuss employment opportunities for Masters and...

Planning, Managing, and Funding the Research Project: Part One

Obtaining funding for a research idea as a doctoral student, new post-doc, or a faculty member can be a daunting task. How do you manage a...

Creating a Teaching Philosophy You Can Use

Writing a teaching philosophy is one of the most rewarding and, unfortunately, often one of the hardest tasks to complete. How many times have we...

The Art of Selling Yourself

In the current economic climate obtaining a scholarship or landing a good job depends critically on how well you sell yourself. In this workshop,...

Planning, Managing, and Funding the Research Project: Part Two

Obtaining funding for a research idea as a doctoral student, new post-doc, or a faculty member can be a daunting task. How do you manage a...

Planning, Managing, and Funding the Research Project: Part Three

Obtaining funding for a research idea as a doctoral student, new post-doc, or a faculty member can be a daunting task. How do you manage a...

Teaching Across Cultures

Within the context of teaching American students, participants will address issues concerning the role of diversity in effective instruction,...

Personal Responsibility in Conducting Graduate Research and Advancing Your Career

Dr. Adam Briggle shares his thoughts on personal responsibility in conducting graduate research. This workshop highlights university guidelines...

Females in Academia

The number of women entering graduate programs is steadily increasing. Many of the challenges these women face both personally and professionally...

Success Strategies for Females in Academia

Dr. Sandi Spencer discusses strategies for females in academia, including establishing work/life balance, setting priorities, confronting gender...

Time Management for Graduate Students, Post-docs and Faculty

Presenter:Joshua Adams, Director, UNT Learning Center

This workshop will evaluate some of the most typical issues affecting productivity,...

Navigating the Ph.D.: Writing Processes & Strategies for Academic Writing

Presenter:Dr. Kathryn Raign, Director, UNT Writing Center

This workshop will focus on writing processes and practices. The PhD programs at...

Mastering the Interview and Salary Negotiation

Presenter: Christine Ellis, Asst. Director of Career Center

The interview is a dynamic process designed to help employers and candidates...

Developing Your Written Credentials: CVs, Resumes, and More

Presenter: Christine Ellis, Asst. Director of Career Center and Dan Naegeli, Director of Career Center

In developing your written...

Time Management for Graduate Students (Fall 2011)

This workshop will evaluate some of the most typical issues affecting productivity, including procrastination, motivation and perfectionism. It...

How to Give an Award Winning Talk

Communicating your work effectively is the cornerstone of success in science. Whether you are giving your dissertation defense presentation or an...

Success Strategies for International TA/TFs (Part 4)

Graduate Teaching Assistants and Teaching Fellows face difficult challenges in engaging their student audience. In addition to these challenges,...

Success Strategies for International TA/TFs (Part 3)

Graduate Teaching Assistants and Teaching Fellows face difficult challenges in engaging their student audience. In addition to these challenges,...

Success Strategies for International TA/TFs (Part 2)

Graduate Teaching Assistants and Teaching Fellows face difficult challenges in engaging their student audience. In addition to these challenges,...

Success Strategies for International TA/TFs (Part 1)

Graduate Teaching Assistants and Teaching Fellows face difficult challenges in engaging their student audience. In addition to these challenges,...