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Where does the blues come from? The African blues might sound like a good guess, but College-Conservatory of Music graduate Saul Meyerson-Knox found that its origins aren't so clear-cut. Read more about his thesis, nominated for the MAGS 2016 Distinguished Master’s Thesis Competition.
UC's Counseling & Psychological Services helps graduate students handle their stress with methods as old as meditation and as cutting-edge as biofeedback. You can breathe easier with the many ways CAPS offers support.
The students who participated in last summer's UC Wellbeing Initiative project not only had to navigate the labyrinthine corridors of DAAP, but they also had to invent new ways of working across disciplines to solve the complex problems of wellbeing in the modern world.
If you do human subjects research at UC, you'll need to deal with the Institutional Review Board. Learn how the IRB protects the rights of research participants and ensures ethical conduct throughout the research process.
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.