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EndNote Basics

NSF Graduate Research Fellowships Workshop (NSFGRF Fellowships)

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Zotero: Citing Your Sources

Graduate Research Skills

Red Hot Research No. 49 (Faculty presentations)

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Shut Up & Write Tuesdays

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Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities Digital Donuts Fall Kick-off!

Zotero: Citing Your Sources

An Evening with Edwidge Danticat

Graduate Research Skills Workshop

Wikipedia: How to Become an Editor

SUA Campus Carnival

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Dissertation Completion Workshop

Queer Grad Student Social

Migratory Mixer

Students Speak

White Washing & Drag Culture

Graduate Student Grant Development Coaching – Humanities Grant Development Office

Lied Loves Lawrence: Community Arts & Music Festival

Lied Loves Lawrence: Community Arts & Music Festival

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Shut Up & Write Tuesdays

Project Management For Graduate Students: Managing Your Research Projects & Building Transferable Skills

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Reading and Book Signing: Michelle Tea, “Against Memoir: Complaints, Confessions & Criticisms”

Keeping Legends Alive

Coffee @ The Commons on Self Care

Red Hot Research No. 50: Activism

Keeping Legends Alive

Graduate/Research Write-In

Art Cart – Wax Sculpture Headdress

Performance: Trevor Noah

Slow Art Sunday: Monument Odessa

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Book Tour: Sarah Smarsh, Heartland

Humanities Lecture Series: Maria Hinojosa

Humanities Lecture Series: Frontline – Latinos and Immigration from a Woman’s Perspective

Humanities Lecture Series Conversation: Maria Hinojosa

Museum Studies Speakers Series: Mike Murawski

JayHawk Money Talk: How to Thrive in Grad School

Lecture/Event: Feminista Jones

Open Rehearsal: Groove in the Grove

Navigating Conflicts with Students – Center for Teaching Excellence

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Shut Up & Write Tuesdays

Leadership & Diagnostic Skills: Leading in the Classroom and Building Skills for Your Future Career

Finding Funding, Preparing Your Approach – Humanities Grant Development Workshops

Museum Studies Speakers Series: Stephanie Johnson-Cunningham

KU Writing Center’s “Grammar, Language, and Writing” Workshop Series

FAFSA Party!

H-1b and Employment-based Permanent Residence

Interdisciplinary Graduate Research Workshop: Sarah Bell

Red Hot Graduate Research No. 7: Process & Response

The History of Art 2018 Graduate Symposium Keynote Address: Dr. Lisa Cartwright

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