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In true Ohio fashion, fall seems to have arrived overnight. The air has that delicious crispness to it, Kroger has set out the Halloween decorations, and pumpkin spice lattes are back. That also means there are some incredibly fun events coming up. Click here to get some ideas!
As we head deeper into the semester, it’s important that you know the policies that will be governing your time here at UC. While all of this information is available in the Graduate Student Handbook, we thought we would highlight the policies you should know about right now. Take a look at the key Graduate School policies, and please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have questions.
The Graduate School Office is seeking to hire a graduate student to support staff in managing the Preparing Future Faculty certificate program. Graduate students with strong project management and communication skills are welcome to apply. Preference will be given to students with an interest in teaching and/or teaching experience, and who can begin immediately upon accepting the position. Full- and part-time students will be considered equally.
One of the great parts of living in Cincinnati is the food. If you haven’t noticed, this is a city that lives to eat. No matter where in Cincinnati you call home, you'll find excellent eats. Read on to find out where you should get started on your food adventure!
It’s that time of year again; orientation programs are over, you’ve had your first class (or you’re on the way to it) and we’re all getting back into the swing of things. We at the Graduate School would like to take a moment to extend a heartfelt welcome to you.
Cincinnati is a city with a lot to offer, but it can be hard to find your way around for the first few months. This guide is meant to make getting to know the city a little easier. Hopefully, there's something here for everyone, even returning students, but GradCURRENTS is always open to suggestions. Contact our editor at email@example.com if there's anything missing from our guide.
UC is home to 13 colleges, dozens of buildings, and many, many departments and offices. So it’s no surprise that new and current students sometimes get tripped up by unfamiliar terms or similar-sounding building names. To help you start strong this fall semester, the Graduate School has compiled some need-to-know lingo and names. (And we'll tell you why we included this funny looking animal.)
The hard and fast technical knowledge you learn in your classes is only a part of what’s necessary to land your dream job. Business leaders are becoming more and more concerned with what they call the “skills gap” in today’s graduates. They’re concerned that today’s generation doesn’t have all of the necessary “soft skills” to succeed in today’s workplace. So, are you doing everything you can right now to develop your soft skills? If not, read this article to find out what skills you’ll need to land that dream job and what you can do while in graduate school to develop those skills.