Events

Oct 27, 2021

Join us at the National Collegiate Honors Council Graduate Fair ! Get answers to your questions about applying to grad school, learn about application deadlines, degree options, financial aid, future career prospects and much more!

Oct 27, 2021
All Texas A&M San Antonio students, alumni, and members of the public are welcome to join this event. Members of our admissions team will be present to answer any questions you have regarding applying to graduate school at Tufts. 
Oct 27, 2021
Writing is a core aspect of graduate work, yet writing at the graduate level often comes with unspoken, confusing, or simply unfamiliar expectations. This workshop aims to demystify graduate writing through activities and discussion that will allow you to examine these expectations; practice pre-writing, organization, and revision strategies; and develop a personal writing process that works for you. Bring a work in progress if you would like to try strategies on your own writing. (90 minutes) Presented by Kristina Aikens, Program Director, Writing Support, StAAR Center at Tufts University
Oct 28, 2021
Join us for a virtual workshop with our admissions team to get an inside look at what factors make a strong application to the MS in Innovation & Management or Dual Degree programs. Whether you have specific questions about your application or just about where to start the process, connect with us to get answers live. Find out best practices that can make your application stand out and understand what considerations go into the evaluation of each submission.
Oct 28, 2021

Join us at the UCSC Graduate & Professional School Fair: Business, Engineering & Science Schools 2021! Get answers to your questions about applying to grad school, learn about application deadlines, degree options, financial aid, future career prospects and much more!

Oct 29, 2021
Join us at the Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE) Virtual Collegiate Conference! Get answers to your questions about applying to grad school, learn about application deadlines, degree options, financial aid, future career prospects and much more!
Nov 1, 2021
Please join us to learn more about our Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Study and Human Development doctoral program at Tufts University! This informal session will cover general information on our program, curriculum, field work & admissions. We look forward to meeting you!
Nov 2, 2021

Join us at the UC Irvine Graduate and Professional School Virtual Fair! Get answers to your questions about applying to grad school, learn about application deadlines, degree options, financial aid, future career prospects and much more!

Nov 2, 2021
Join Graduate Admissions staff for a personalized virtual tour and information session on the graduate experience, and your programs of interest! Seats are limited to allow for personalized Q&A time - be sure to register for the session that works best for you today!
Nov 2, 2021
Podcasts can be a way of engaging broad public audiences with your research interests. During this workshop, we’ll help you to conceptualize podcasting as a form of public scholarship, and we’ll equip you with the knowledge and lingo to begin your podcasting journey. After this orientation, you will know: • Differences between podcasting and radio • Who’s making, distributing, and listening to podcasts • How to recognize different podcast styles used by scholars • The seven steps of producing a podcast, including gear, software, and setting up your RSS Feed • What support Tisch Library’s Digital Design Studio can offer you Presented by Chelcie Juliet Rowell, Head of Digital Scholarship, Tisch Library, Tufts University
Nov 3, 2021

Join us at the UC Riverside Graduate, Professional & Law School Virtual Fair! Get answers to your questions about applying to grad school, learn about application deadlines, degree options, financial aid, future career prospects and much more!

Nov 3, 2021

Do your TA or RA responsibilities include responding to undergraduate student writing such as essays and papers, lab reports, discussion boards, co-authored papers, theses, or other formal or informal writing projects? This workshop will provide a pedagogical basis and concrete strategies for responding meaningfully to undergraduate student writing. You will be asked to prepare for the workshop by reading an article and a few samples of student writing. (90 minutes.) Presented by Kristina Aikens, Program Director, Writing Support, StAAR Center at Tufts University

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