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Wed, 28 Oct 2015 18:40:10 +0000
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Graduate Student Life, University Libraries, Writing Center, Learning Services, and Office of Graduate Fellowships have partnered to develop a new offering specifically for Mason graduate students, aimed to promote their research, writing, and productivity. Graduate Research Connections - GRADReCon, for short - is a day full of workshops on topics including writing a literature review, managing large projects, Zotero, finding funding, managing data sets, getting published, GIS, staying current with literature in your field, and more. Graduate students can also make an appointment with their research librarian on this day.

We've planned GRADReCon to bundle these offerings together on one day to make them accessible to graduate students who may want to devote a day or part of the day to building skills for their success.We would appreciate your assistance with sharing information about GRADReCon to your students; below is an announcement you can forward. I've also attached a poster (legal-size), if you would like to print it out and post in your offices.

If you have any questions, please let me know. Thank you for your support!


GRADReCon: Graduate Research Connections on Friday, Nov. 6

Mason graduate students! Plan to attend Graduate Research Connections - GRADReCon - on Friday, November 6, 2015. FREE drop-in research and productivity sessions will be offered by a variety of experts from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.! Topics include writing a literature review; managing large projects; managing data; finding funding; getting published; keeping current with the literature in your field,  Zotero, GIS, Omeka - and - MORE! Check the GRADReCon schedule of sessions, times and locations.<http://gmu.libcal.com/profile/11447> Join us for part or all of the day!

GRADReCon is also a good day to schedule a research appointment with your subject librarian<http://library.gmu.edu/liaisons>, too! Join us on November 6 - discover what you need to succeed!

GRADReCon is a joint project of Mason's Graduate Student Life Office, University Libraries, Writing Center, Learning Services, and the Graduate Fellowship Office.

Julie Choe Kim
Director of Graduate Student Life
George Mason University

4400 University Drive, MSN 2A4
Student Union Building 1, Room 4211
Fairfax, VA 22030
Phone: 703-993-4031
Fax: 703-993-9528
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