In addition to disciplinary experience and achievements, success in any career requires leadership and interpersonal skills, effective speaking and writing, the ability to obtain funding or other necessary resources, and wisdom in confronting the societal implications of your work. These pages are designed to introduce you to resources at UC and elsewhere that will give you these skills!
In his essay "Teaching to Fail," Edward Burger proposes that students should be graded on their "quality of failure," as learning from their mistakes helps students develop a "critical habit of mind."
The Commuter and Off-Campus Housing Committee, led by assistant dean of students Daniel Cummins, created a survey to determine the needs of commuter students and the students who live off-campus. As graduate students make up a large percentage of this population, your input is really important. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey.