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Grad Students: Join the PROMISE myUMBC Group!

We invite graduate students to join the PROMISE myUMBC group http://my.umbc.edu/groups/promise to get updates for all of the professional development programs on campus.

We invite ALL of our graduate students from all disciplines, all degree programs, and all backgrounds to join the group.   81 more words

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PROMISE Friends & Family Celebration of Graduates Cookout (5/2)

Saturday, May 2, 2015

PROMISE Friends & Family Celebration of Graduates Cookout

High Ridge Park Pavilion (http://www.howardcountymd.gov/highridgepark.htm)

Saturday, 5/2/15, 1:00 – 4:00 pm, High Ridge Park Pavilion

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Financial Literacy Seminar (4/22)

Financial Literacy Seminar

For updates and details, visit: http://my.umbc.edu/groups/promise/events/29319

Wednesday, 4/22/15, 1:00 – 2:15 pm, Commons 331

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Career-Life Balance Initiative: April 10th Writing Corner (4/10)

Are you looking for a place to spend time to work on your writing?

On Friday, April 10, 2015, we will be having our second ‘Career-Life Balance Initiative: Writing Corner.’ We hope this room will serve to help others achieve career-life balance by providing a comfortable environment where graduate students, post-doctorate fellows, faculty, and staff can allocate time to work at ease on their writing. 85 more words

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GRAD STUDENT DINNER: Career Paths for Graduate Students (4/8)

A round table dinner seminar and “mini” job fair

Participate in UMBC’s annual campus-wide CAREER WEEK!

This seminar places specific focus on jobs for graduate students receiving master’s and doctoral degrees from all disciplines. 157 more words

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Advanced Statistics for Researchers: Part V (4/1)

Part 5: Latent Mean Difference Models

Success Seminar: “Advanced Statistics for Researchers: Meta-Analysis and Structural equation modeling” Part 5: Latent Mean Difference Models.

Speaker: Dr. Christopher Rakes, Dept. 6 more words

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Dr. Tracy Johnson, Invited via Meyerhoff Grad Fellows (3/26)

An invitation to the campus from the Meyerhoff Graduate Fellows Program:

Dr. Tracy Johnson, new HHMI Professor from UCLA, and a special guest of UMBC’s Dr.  87 more words

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