Graduate Student Professional Development: Writing a Personal Statement

As part of Grad Week, join Graduate College and ASU Career and Professional Development Services for our special Graduate Student Professional Development Day workshop series. From 1 to 4 p.m., mini-workshops in the Memorial Union's Coconino Room will help you prepare for your post-grad-school career.

Whether applying for graduate school or a job, a well-crafted personal statement can make the difference between a solid application and an outstanding one. Learn more about crafting a strong, compelling personal statement here.

Graduate Student Professional Development: Writing A Cover Letter

As part of Grad Week, join Graduate College and our partners for our special Graduate Student Professional Development Day workshop series. From noon to 4 p.m., mini-workshops in the Memorial Union's Coconino Room will help you prepare for your post-grad-school career.

During this session, learn to write a strong and compelling cover letter for your job application!

Graduate Student Professional Development: Rapid Resume Review

As part of Grad Week, join Graduate College and ASU Career and Professional Development Services for our special Graduate Student Professional Development Day workshop series. From noon to 4 p.m., mini-workshops in the Memorial Union's Coconino Room will help you prepare for your post-grad-school career.

During this session, professional Career Advisors will be available to help you make your resume perfect! Whether you attended last week's resume-writing workshop or not, come get feedback on your resume today.

 

Community of Scholars: Scholarly Communication Workshop

As part of Grad Week, join Graduate College and our partners for our special Graduate Student Professional Development Day workshop series. From noon to 4 p.m., mini-workshops in the Memorial Union's Cochise Room will help you prepare for your post-grad-school career.

In this workshop, get a jump-start on reaching your publishing goals. Learn about publishing tips, reading and negotiating author agreements, and useful tools to help you disseminate your work and maximize its impact.

Bill's Thesis

This MFA Thesis exhibition presents experiments in contrasting processes, where digitally fabricated elements are paired with hand-crafted ceramics and found objects such as roots and rocks. Through his work, Bill Jamison seeks to reconcile his identities as an artist and an engineer while referencing a broader search for balance through intuition and logic.

Image courtesy of the artist

Doctoral Recital Series: Alexandra Birch, Violin

Alexandra Birch presents her final doctoral recital. Alexandra Birch and friends from her time at Arizona State University perform Russian favorites. This recital is in partial fulfillment of the requirements for Birch's Doctor of Musical Arts in music degree.

Student degree recitals are subject to cancelation. Before making a special trip, please check the School of Music event hotline, 480-965-8863 for up-to-date information.

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