Graduate training and development is your key to becoming the professional you want to be.

Taking the time to attend a one hour Graduate Training Series, a one-day grant writing seminar, or any of the other workshops will give you the tools you need to tackle your research and professional goals.

Getting Started as a Successful Proposal Writer

Date: September 20, 2016 Time: 8:00am - 5:00pm Place: Eccles Conference Center, USU Logan campus Registration: Now available Register now This seminar teaches new investigators how to write a grant application, a subject that is missing from the formal educational [...]

TA Training

Teaching assistant training helps students who will be teaching prepare for their position as TA. This training is required for graduate students who have been awarded or are pursuing a teaching assistantship. USU 7920 is mandatory for all teaching assistants. Students must be registered [...]

Thesis/Dissertation Information Session

Thesis/dissertation format information sessions are held several times during the school year. During the sessions, the assistant dean of the School of Graduate Studies provides a thorough survey of USU format requirements and guidelines, as well as journal and other departmental format options. He also […]

Graduate Training Series

Graduate students are invited to participate in trainings held throughout the year covering a variety of topics important in a grad program.

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Grant Writing Workshops

Graduate students and postdoctoral research fellows looking for training on how to get started writing grant proposals can now participate in any of the three grant writing workshops.


Research Integrity Course

The Research Integrity course (USU 6900) is designed to introduce students and postdoctoral fellows to proper research conduct and regulations for scholarly research and publications.

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