Nov 21, 2019 | 10:00am - 11:30am
Preparing for a job or internship search? This session will talk about the differences between a CV and a resume, help you understand how employers screen resumes, and provide tips for making yours stand out.
Making Great Figures
Nov 21, 2019 | 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Making great figures takes time and effort, but there are some tricks to get you there faster. Are you using the right format? Are you considering the audience? What tools are available and best-suited for your data? Come take this opportunity to discuss the answers to these questions and work with your data to produce amazing figures for your presentations and publications.
What Do the Best Industry Leaders Do?
Nov 21, 2019 | 6:00pm - 7:30pm
S330 Life Science Laboratories
Interested in an industry position in the life sciences, but not sure how to prepare? Edie Stringfellow, Director of Diversity and Inclusion at MassBio, will discuss how to cultivate leadership skills, decision-making, and foster a culture of inclusion in the workplace. Topics will include how to stand out as a leader in biotech, personal branding, and mastering confidence in your skill set. Sponsored by the Graduate School’s Office of Inclusion and Engagement. Pizza dinner will be provided. Please register here.
Graduate Students of Color Mixer Kicks off the Year
GSCA Mixer is a success!
Graduate Students Gain New Skills through Business Foundations Series
50 STEM graduate students and postdoctoral researchers recently completed an innovative Graduate School program designed to supplement scientific and technical expertise with fundamental business skills.
Graduate Students Excel in NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Competition
Eight graduate students recently won NSF GRF fellowships, helping UMass retain its standing as a leading statewide institutional producer of this prestigious award.
Graduate School by the Numbers
- 7100+ Students Enrolled
- 48 Doctoral Programs
- 78 Master's Programs
Brian Mullen applies positive pressure
With undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degrees from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Brian has invented a vest that improves care for people with autism.