Research Sprints Deadline

The 2020 Research Sprints application window is now open, with a proposal deadline date of March 6, 2020. “Research Sprints strengthened my existing relationship with the libraries and introduced me to additional librarians and library resources,” said Peterson. “Without this library collaboration, my project would still be in its infancy.” To learn more about past projects…

Adobe InDesign – Basics Training

Adobe InDesign is a powerful layout program you can use to create simple documents or multi-page publications. This course will guide you through a sample newsletter project where you will learn how to set up your document, master page template, margins, and guides. You’ll learn how to create text frames, import text, and style text.

Excel 2016 – Intermediate Training

What you will learn: By the end of class, attendees will understand how to work within the Excel environment to better leverage its functionality. This course will cover working with cell ranges and tables, creating data validation drop-down lists for data entry, conditional formatting, removing duplicate records, an introduction to more advanced functions, and creating…

An Evening with Alan Alda

Alan Alda is an actor, writer, director, and science advocate. Throughout his career, Alda has won 7 Emmys, 6 Golden Globes, 3 DGA awards for directing, and the SAG Life Achievement Award for career achievement and humanitarian accomplishment. One of TV Guide’s 50 Greatest Television Stars of All Time, Alda is best known for portraying…

Thesis/Dissertation Accelerator Deadline

Do you want to make significant progress on your thesis or dissertation? Would you like a quiet space in which to work on it uninterrupted? Could you benefit from coaching on your writing process and goals, feedback on your draft, or help with formatting and finding sources? If so, apply to participate in the KU…

Red Hot Research No. 58: Loss, Adaption, Climate

Red Hot Research is intended to bring together scholars from all disciplines, to reveal overlaps and connections across areas of interesting and methodological approaches. The format of these sessions is inspired by Pecha Kucha, which features short, slide-based talks that introduce audiences to a topic. We hope that through these sessions, the University will have…

WORKSHOP SERIES: GRAMMAR, LANGUAGE, & WRITING

“Recognizing Patterns and Revising Your Writing” A Graduate Writing Consultant will hold a presentation on a topic related to grammar, language, and writing and will help facilitate related exercises. All PowerPoints, exercises, and answer keys are available for download below. Walk-ins are welcome, but attendees are encouraged to fill out our online registration form in…

Hall Center Graduate Research Travel Awards Deadline

The Graduate Research Travel Awards enable KU humanities graduate students who have completed all required coursework for the PhD to travel for purposes of dissertation research. Ten awards of up to $3000 each are given each year. The money is received in the form of reimbursement for travel expenses. Andrew Debicki International Travel Award for Graduate Students…

WORKSHOP SERIES: GRAMMAR, LANGUAGE, & WRITING

“Paraphrasing and Citing Sources” A Graduate Writing Consultant will hold a presentation on a topic related to grammar, language, and writing and will help facilitate related exercises. All PowerPoints, exercises, and answer keys are available for download below. Walk-ins are welcome, but attendees are encouraged to fill out our online registration form in advance, Anschutz…