Current Graduate Students

As a graduate students at Tufts, you have many responsibilities – from going to class to teaching one, applying for grants, and filling out expense reports. Or, you may need to find out if the gym will still be open after your last seminar. Whatever your needs, we can help you get the most out of your graduate school experience.

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Oct 18, 2021
JOB & INTERNSHIP SEARCH STRATEGY: A Virtual Workshop for Graduate Students Monday, October 18, 2021 1:00-2:00pm EST Current market forces and dynamics have disturbed and derailed many job and internship expectations and strategies. In this 1-hour workshop, we hope to share some optimism, practical insights, and best practices to best help you navigate your career planning in the short and long term. Topics will include: • Preparing for your job search by understanding your product: You! • Defining and researching your target market • Uncover published and unpublished jobs—the "hidden job market" • Use multiple job search methods effectively
Oct 19, 2021
During the pandemic, most humanists were limited to searching digitized collections for primary source research. Now some libraries and archives are responding to digitization requests or even opening up their special collections readings rooms for on-site research. During this interactive workshop, we'll provide guidance on figuring out what collecting institution to visit, as well as what to know before you go. Then we'll simulate what it's like for your digitization request to be fulfilled as PDFs or image files. Finally, we'll provide an overview of the software Tropy for organizing and describing your research photos and practice working with sample materials so you can find and interpret your primary sources when you're writing, whether days or years later. Presented by Pam Hopkins, Public Services and Outreach Archivist, Tisch Library, Tufts University , and Chelcie Juliet Rowell, Head of Digital Scholarship, Tisch Library, Tufts University