Graduate Student Appreciation Week

April 2-6, 2018 -- In recognition of graduate students and their valuable contribution to the Dartmouth community

Grad Appreciation Week Events

Many lunches and special events will be added to the schedule. Stay tuned for more in the next few weeks!

In recognition of graduate students, DDS will offer complimentary coffee (any size) to all graduate students at all of their locations, April 2-6.

In addition, on Monday, April 2 graduate students will only pay $5.00 for lunch at 53 Commons courtesy of The GRAD School.

Thesis and Dissertations: Know Your Copy Rights and Author Rights
Wednesday, March 28, 12-1:30 pm
DCAL (102 Baker Library)
Learn about your copy rights, author rights, and responsibilities throughout the stages of the thesis or dissertation research and writing process. Find out when you need permission to reuse a figure from a journal article, what uses you can make of data generated in your lab, and how to determine if you have rights to reprint a journal article you authored.  We will use case studies drawn from the subject areas in which Dartmouth offers Masters and Doctoral degrees.  This workshop is geared towards graduate students but is useful for thesis and dissertation advisors.  Bring your examples and questions!

Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant
Tuesday, April 3, 12-1:30 pm
DCAL (102 Baker Library)
Graduate students who have been nominated by undergraduates for their teaching, either in a classroom or research setting, will be invited to lunch at DCAL.

STEPS Science and Technology Policy Brief Workshop
Tuesday, April 3rd @ 1pm
Haldeman 124
STEPS is kicking off the 4th Annual S&T Policy Brief Competition with a lunch workshop: the best way to improve your chances of a successful submission. STEPS faculty advisor and competition judge, Melody Burkins-Brown, will go through how to present a scientific issue and your potential solution. The S&T Policy Brief Competition has a $250 grand prize for the best 3-5 page position paper. The abstract/intent to submit deadline for the competition will be April 18th.
Please email [email protected]mouth.edu to RSVP for the workshop, lunch will be provided!

Brain Freeze 
Wednesday, April 4, 12:00-1:15 pm
location TBA 
Sharing ideas for thawing research stumbles. 
Register here: https://libcal.dartmouth.edu/event/4065601

Graduate Poster Session
Wednesday, April 4, 5-7:30 pm
Alumni Hall
This annual forum allows graduate students to display and present their scholarly work to the Dartmouth community. Prizes awarded to the top four presenters. Find out about the posters and presenters here.
The Poster Session will also host the award ceremony for the Graduate Faculty Mentoring Award and the Graduate Community Award.

Underrepresented Minority Graduate Student Lunch
Thursday, April 5 @12 noon
53 Commons, Room 204
Join Assistant Dean of Recruiting and Diversity Jane Seibel and fellow graduate students for lunch at 53 Commons for Graduate Student Appreciation Week. When you arrive at 53 Commons tell the checker you are attending the URM lunch.  Join us in Room, 204.

Mental Break 
Thursday, April 5, 5:30-7:30 pm
GRAD Lounge 
In collaboration with National Public Health Week, come relax and take a mental break sponsored by The Dartmouth Institute and the GRAD School. We will have a yoga session from 5:30-6:30 pm and adult coloring from 6:30-7:30 pm

Bell Tower Tour on Dartmouth Campus 
Friday, April 6, 12:00-12:30 pm  
https://libcal.dartmouth.edu/event/4048144  
or 12:30 - 1:00 pm https://libcal.dartmouth.edu/event/4048146 
See things from a different perspective at one of the highest points on campus. Meet tour guide Randy Brown at the info desk in the Baker Main Lobby.

GSC GRAD Appreciation Happy Hour 
Friday, April 6, 5-7 pm
GRAD Lounge 
Close out the week with light food and a drink. The Graduate Student Council would like to appreciate the hard work of all GRAD students with this happy hour event! Students, staff, and faculty are welcome to attend.