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For most students, taking exams is among the least enjoyable parts of graduate school. For the performers of the College-Conservatory of Music, however, tests attract an audience. Discover the highlights of CCM's fall season.
Sanders, Clinton, Trump: the media have been buzzing nonstop about who will emerge victorious from the 2016 presidential primary elections. But before those contests come the less glamorous—though no less important—off-year elections on November 3. Here, you’ll learn how to let your voice be heard on Election Day.
On Sept. 3, Congressman Brad Wenstrup (R-OH) visited the laboratory of Dr. Kim Seroogy, a researcher of depression and Parkinson’s disease at the UC Medical Center. Seroogy and graduate student Ryan Makinson gave the congressman a firsthand look at the fruits of federally funded scientific research.
Today's globe is interconnected not only in culture and economy, but also in health. Discover how the members of Partners in Health Engage advocate to promote equal access to healthcare in nations around the world.
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.