Creating a Basic Work Breakdown Structure

How do you eat a huge amount of food? A: One bite at a time! 

Are you feeling overwhelmed with managing the tasks in your projects? Do you have a looming project, but don’t know where to begin?

Creating a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) can help wrangle your project’s goals, milestones, and tasks into a manageable framework, while also clarifying responsibilities, timelines, and budgets. 

The Design School iPOS Workshop

The Interactive Plan of Study (iPOS) is a required part of a student’s graduate program. The Graduate Coordinators are offering two information sessions in the spring semester to go through the iPOS process and assist The Design School students to complete and submit the iPOS. 

9:30–10:30 a.m., Feb. 7 - CDN 263
10 –11 a.m., March 20 - CDN 263

Community of Scholars: Resources and Tips for Thesis and Dissertation Formatting

Join Graduate Education and our Community of Scholars partners for our new Advanced Development Series graduate student professional development series. These advanced-level seminars and skill-builder workshops are designed to build upon skills and concepts introduced in our Core Success and Disciplinary Support Series and equip graduate students with the skills to advance their scholarship.

Opportunities for Learning and Adventure

Freshmen to senior students are invited to get information from ASU schools who offer concurrent graduate programs, our School of Sustainability 4+1 degree plan, Walton Study Abroad, Office of National Scholarships, and our regional Peace Corps recruiters. Each representative will share details about their exciting opportunities to enhance your educational experience. Drop by and discover the possibilities!

Ready, Set, Interview! - Polytechnic

Researching the organization ahead of time, practicing common questions, and preparing your trip to the interview location are all pre-interview to-do’s! Make sure you know how to prepare before an interview to ensure the day of the interview goes perfectly. You'll also learn valuable follow-up strategies that help employers remember you in a positive way.

Know Your Rights Forum

This discussion is for ASU international students from countries affected by the executive order signed by President Trump on Jan. 27.

This event is co-hosted by ASU’s International Students and Scholars Center and Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. Faculty members from the College of Law's Immigration Law Clinic are experts in immigration law and the rights of our international students. We invite you to attend as we understand your need for accurate information surrounding the uncertainty that this decision has caused.