Excel within grad school by accessing tools, strategies, and resources, beyond disciplinary knowledge and expertise that can help with timely completion of your program.
|Advanced statistical modeling: Introduction to Machine learning||
In this webinar we will introduce basic concepts behind the machine learning algorithms, their difference from the statistical methods and the most common type of problems that can be tackled with machine learning algorithms.
In this webinar you will learn about:
|2 March 2023 - 10:00am||Graduate Pathways to Success, Applied Statistics and Data Science Group|
|Submitting Your Thesis||
Working on your thesis? This session will review the UBC formatting and submission requirements and include:
Nick Rizzo, Senior Thesis/Information Clerk, Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies
|9 March 2023 - 10:00am||Graduate Pathways to Success|
|Copyright for your Thesis: How to use Images and other material||
Are you in the midst of writing your thesis? Are there images or portions of published manuscripts you are planning to use in your thesis? Do you have concerns over how copyright laws could delay your thesis submission?
In this session you will learn:
|9 March 2023 - 11:15am||Graduate Pathways to Success|
|Staying on Track in Grad School: Self-Care Strategies for Managing Stress and Avoiding Burnout||
An event within the Staying on Track in Grad School series.
Graduate school can be both an exciting and stressful time for many students. Supporting and caring for one’s health and wellbeing is important to learning and completing your degree, as well as building professional competency.
|5 April 2023 - 12:00pm||Graduate Pathways to Success, Counselling Services|
Do you ever feel like to you don’t belong in grad school? Have you ever downplayed your accomplishments? This interactive workshop will be facilitated by staff from UBC Counselling Services and focuses on understanding and managing feelings of the imposter phenomenon.
Topics covered include:
|3 May 2023 - 12:00pm||Graduate Pathways to Success, Counselling Services|
|Open Education Resources, Workshop Materials||
Check out this page for handouts and materials from sessions on citation management, Data Analysis and Management, Literature Reviews, NVivo, R, GitHub, GIS, Dissertation/Thesis Formatting, Copyright, and more.
|Library Research Commons|
|Academic Integrity, Introduction to||
The “Introduction to Academic Integrity” Canvas module discusses academic integrity in the context of why it matters — as a core element of how we as scholars and professionals do our work (and live our professional lives) at UBC and beyond. The module features 4 videos with UBC faculty, librarians, and students (see 1 example below), as well as pre- and post-reflection questions for students, and takes no more than 30 minutes to complete. Once they submit their responses, students can download a certificate of completion.
|Centre for Writing and Scholarly Communication|
|Library Orientation for Graduate Students in 30 minutes_Links, Materials||
This library GitHub page , called "Graduate Student Orientation to the Library in 30 minutes" , includes information on library resources and services such as the reseach commons, guides and events as well as links to electronic resources such as databases and open access resources.
|GPS Workshop Materials, Recordings||
Materials, handouts, and recordings from many past Graduate Pathways to Success sessions, including our career and statistics series, are posted online here (cwl login required)
|Graduate Pathways to Success|
All degree-seeking UBC Vancouver students have full access to LinkedIn Learning, a platform for online learning focused on technical skills and professional development, until July 2023. Develop employable skills and test out career options by accessing 16,000 short videos, audio segments and courses.
Course topics include:
|Centre for Student Involvement and Careers|
|Book List: Succeeding in Grad School and your Career||
Below is a list of recommended reading to help you navigate grad school and strategize for your career. These are some examples and there are many more! Many have very similar topics. Pick one or two depending on where you are in your program. You do not need to read them all! They range from helping you choose your research project, to navigating each stage of your program, to helping you select opportunities for career planning. (Note: many of these are available through the UBC library)
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