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To those outside the University of Cincinnati community, the school is defined by a handful of emblems: the name of the university itself, red and black uniforms in motion and an odd mascot that is neither a bear nor a cat. But what do you know about how these symbols came into being?
Navigating a job search and the "real world" requires skills beyond those learned in the typical graduate classes. The Graduate School's professional development courses, open to students from any background, can be a great way to fill those gaps.
Graduate students play many roles at the University of Cincinnati, but many don't know about their responsibilities and rights as required reporters under the federal sex-discrimination law Title IX. Learn more about UC's Title IX Office and its Think About It training program.
On a sweltering July day, your first impulse might be to retreat into the air-conditioned sanctuary of your home, find a pint of ice cream and sprawl on the couch watching Netflix. But you can find something much more stimulating to do in Cincinnati’s museum scene. Throughout the city, you’ll find intriguing exhibits presented in air-conditioned interiors, and many won’t cost you a dollar.
Jeff Brewer, a doctoral student in geography, has been hard at work researching water management techniques at the Yaxnohcah Maya site in southern Campeche, Mexico. Take a look at the research that earned him the National Science Foundation's Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant!
With all the time you put into your academics and research, how much time do you spend planning how to leverage your experience into a career? Not all students and postdocs get the same level of guidance when it comes to career advising and developing skills necessary for the workplace. This is where an Individual Development Plan comes in.
UC's Career Development Center is a great resource for all graduate students. Check out their page for great tips on resumes, interviews and much, much more. They also offer workshops to help you prepare for the future.