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The Office of Graduate Education is here to help faculty and graduate students succeed in their programs of study, research and creative endeavors. We also look forward to helping graduate students develop novel partnerships among ourselves as well as with the community and the private sector. Throughout the year, our office sponsors workshops on career preparation, teaching and grant writing for both students and faculty.

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Graduate Thesis Workshop

THE END GAME

Wednesday, Mar 07 | 10:00am - 11:00pm

Thursday, Mar 08 | 01:00pm - 02:00pm

WAL - Wallace (05) 3650 - Bib Lab

 

Register now by clicking one of the options below

Register for Mar 07 (WED)

Register for Mar 08 (THU)

 

This workshop is geared toward those graduate students planning to defend a thesis or dissertation in May or August. Library staff members will lead the workshop informing you of the requirements for submitting your final work. They will discuss how and where to submit as well as where your electronic work will be available for the world to view and download! They will also discuss how to apply for an embargo of your work if necessary. This is a great opportunity to ask questions about title pages, signatures, abstracts, print binding, costs, editing, and general guidelines. Attending this workshop will help you understand all the steps in the process and will make a very stressful time in your graduate career proceed smoothly.

 


 

GRADUATE STUDENT SUPPORT GROUP

 

Wednesdays 1:00pm - 2:30pm (Starts Feb 7th)

RIT Counseling Center, August Bldg. 2nd floor above Health Center

 

RIT Counseling & Psychological Services is offering a support group for Graduate Students.  This group is currently scheduled to run on Wednesdays from 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm beginning February 7th. The group is free, conducted on a weekly basis with two facilitators, Toni Gauthier and Kate Buckley.  Students are encouraged to attend regularly and to participate to the level they feel comfortable.  Much sharing occurs, with typical discussion topics including:  coping with stress, competency and self-concept concerns, countering feelings of isolation, finding a work/social life balance, strategies for overcoming procrastination, transitioning to RIT from work world or conversely, preparing to depart for employment and possible relocation.  Relationships are always a common theme- with romantic partners long distance or locally, relationships with advisors and of course, with family members are frequently mentioned.

 

 


 

Graduate programs offer cutting-edge education

Today, RIT offers 73 master's programs, with 14 new programs added in just the past 10 years. And the number of master's programs is likely to grow even more in the near future. read more
 

 


 

GRADUATE STUDENT STUDY SPACE

 

 


 

FIND THE LIST OF AWARDEES FOR THE 2017 GRADUATE SHOWCASE
ON OUR GRADUATE SHOWCASE WEBSITE

 

 


 

 

 


 

GETTING READY TO SUBMIT YOUR THESIS?

Check out the Thesis Instructions page in the RITLIBRARIES InfoGuides. The page contains current information needed to properly submit your thesis/dissertation to the library in partial fulfillment of graduation requirements.


 

 


 

GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS VIDEO

  

 

 


 

HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACATION (HCI) at RIT

In their own words

Courtesy: Graduate Enrollment Office at RIT

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