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Graduate Student Events

Know Your Rights Clinic

The Network for Victim Recovery of D.C. (NVRDC) provides a monthly clinic for students on crime victims' rights. The clinic will cover information on NVRDC's free case management and legal services, students' rights in the criminal justice system and under Title IX, and other community resources. This clinic is interactive and informative - well worth your time!
A special presentation to AU Graduate & WCL students; however, the clinic is open to everyone (including non-grad students)

February 21, 2017
6:00 PM
Bender Library Room 115

Fulfilling (and Excelling at) your Foreign Language Requirement Examination: Resources and Strategies

Presented by Gorki Cruz, Director, Center for Language Learning, World Languages and Cultures
We will start by looking at the current format of the exam and look at some samples. We'll continue with a discussion about what is entailed by the exam and tailoring your prep efforts to address the exam's demands. We will then utilize a standardized instrument so you can determine your foreign language experience and have a clear idea of where you stand in regard to the required proficiency. For those starting a new language or brushing up on a language, we will discuss strategies specific to language study as well as the resources here at AU.

March 1, 2016
5:30 PM
Graduate Research Center, Library

Grant Writing for Graduate Students

Presented by Ashley Alexander, Assistant Director, Office of Sponsored Programs
This interactive workshop will look at the fundamentals of proposal writing in the context of a successful funding strategy. It will examine the process of matching a project to a potential funder's interests and presenting it in the most effective way.

March 1, 2017
5:30 PM
Library 306

Making the Most of Mentoring for Graduate Students

Presented by Marshay Hall, Project Assistant, Office of Graduate Studies
Are you a grad student looking to build a productive and professionally rewarding relationship with a faculty mentor? Then join us March 9th to discuss: what to look for in a Mentor, the importance of communication and expectations, discussing and handling differences. We'll share worksheets, resources, and tools that will help make a mentoring relationship successful!

March 9, 2017
5:30 PM
Library 115

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