The University Career Center will be having virtual resume reviews for BIPOC students on Tuesdays from 1 to 3 p.m. and Fridays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. We will review your resume and offer any tips and tricks to turn your resume into a STRONG tool for your career SUCCESS! 

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Finals week. There’s nothing more appetizing than a week of back-to-back tests and projects. Well actually, there is one thing…pancakes. And sausage, eggs, bacon, and coffee that will temporarily distract students from finals stress.

On December 14, as is tradition, the school hosts “Stacks on Smith,” an evening event where faculty and staff volunteers serve students pancakes and other goodies. 

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Join us to learn more about how you earn an accelerated business master's degree through Maryland Smith's Plus 1 program. This virtual info session is for current University of Maryland freshmen, sophomores and juniors interested in learning more about the process.

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Join us to learn more about how you earn an accelerated business master's degree through Maryland Smith's Plus 1 program. This in-person info session is for current University of Maryland freshmen, sophomores and juniors interested in learning more about the process.

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Have you wanted to use citation management software but aren’t sure where to start? Then this is the workshop for you! This workshop will offer a brief overview of the citation management software available through UMD, an introduction to the UMD open courses on citation management, and information about how to download the software.

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Interested in giving a talk at our monthly GradTerp Exchange – or just learning how to offer a talk for an audience outside your discipline? At this workshop, we’ll talk about using narrative, humor, strong visuals, and other features of a great talk for a broad audience, and you will have the chance to experiment with ideas and techniques and get feedback from your peers and fellows from the Graduate School Writing Center.

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You thought writing your thesis or dissertation was a challenge... wait until you have to format it! Better yet, don’t wait! Instead, join us to learn about what you need to do to format your thesis or dissertation for submission to ProQuest.

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Learn what you can do now, early in your studies, to build an impressive set of skills and experiences that employers will notice. You will get helpful advice from international students who are ready to graduate about what you should do throughout your training to become “career ready.”

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Powered by Research Commons at University Libraries. Common Quandaries workshop series offers introductions to a variety of skills, tools, and concepts to researchers on campus.

New to research writing at the graduate level, or getting ready to write your first literature review? Not sure how to start the process of a literature review? Join us for this workshop to understand the fundamentals of a literature review.

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