Check out grad-related resources on campus

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UCSB offers an abundance of valuable campus resources to help graduate students thrive, but sometimes it can be hard to keep track of them all! The Graduate Division has recently compiled a digital resource packet to help faculty connect graduate students with campus resources.

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How to Mentor Graduate Students: A Guide for Faculty

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The University of Michigan's Rackham Graduate School has compiled an excellent resource for faculty advisors called How to Mentor Graduate Students: A Guide for Faculty. Learn how to improve your effectiveness as a mentor and utilize tools other faculty have found useful.

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Do you REALLY want to be a professor?

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Whether you are just starting ​your graduate program, finishing up and ​venturing onto the academic job market, or have recently secured an academic position, this question is worth reflecting on: Do you really want to be a professor?

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Call for nominations for Graduate Division mentoring awards

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Nominations are now open for two awards honoring graduate students who have distinguished themselves as mentors of undergraduates. The Graduate Division invites nominations from academic departments, programs, and research units, as well as individual faculty and undergraduate research and graduate preparatory programs.

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The Doctor Is In: Academic Publishing

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In this installment of the GradPost column, "The Doctor Is In," three members of the UC Santa Barbara faculty answer graduate students' questions about the academic publishing process, including how much one should publish as a grad student and how to deal with the rigors of peer review. We hear from Dr. Richard Church, Dr. John Majewski; and Dr. Leila Rupp.

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OISS to host Global Skills Seminars for faculty and staff

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Office of International Students & Scholars has developed the Global Skills Seminar Series in order to fully support our campus administration and faculty who work with international students, scholars, and staff. The first seminar of Fall 2017 will be held on Thursday, October 19.

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UCSB to host Diversity Matters series for faculty and staff

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Throughout the month of October, UC Santa Barbara will host a series called Diversity Matters that provides multilevel programming to faculty and staff in order to promote campus conversations around diversity and inclusion. Mark your calendar for the full list of fall programming.

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UCSB campus perspectives on 108th International Women’s Day

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March 8 marks the 108th observance of International Women’s Day, a day to celebrate and reflect on women’s achievements and contributions across the globe. We asked several UCSB women faculty members, administrators, and staff for their thoughts and perspectives on this important day.

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