September 21, 2016
Dates & Deadlines
Quick Look Up Guides for Fall 2016
Critical dates for invoices, adding, and dropping classes for Fall 2016:
Graduate school Key Dates
Important dates and deadlines related to graduate school admissions and records:
News & Events for Undergrads
“How to College” this Wednesday!
“How to College” will feature a presentation by some upperclassmen students about how to thrive at Purdue, and is geared towards freshmen, sophomores, and transfer students, It will touch on some of the resources on campus to use such as the CCO and on tips and tricks for getting around campus such as knowledge about the bus system to which buildings have the best study areas. Snacks from Fresh City Market will be served!
COA Fall 2016 Career Fair!
The Fall 2016 College of Agriculture Career Fair will take
place Tuesday October 4th in the Cordova
Recreational Sports Center, and will feature 150+ companies. For more
details, and how to register, please see the Career Fair Flyer.
Dress for Success!!! Professional attire is required.
News & Events for Grads
Professional Development Workshops 2016-17
Along with the regular RCR (Responsible Conduct of Research) Workshop Series which cover many ethical and integrity issues, the Graduate School has developed 2 NEW series of workshops for this Fall and Spring.
The first series, known as GRIP (Graduate Research Information Program) in partnership with Purdue Libraries, will focus on research and data skills, critical for secure, effective and efficient research management. Topics such as data management, sharing, storage and visualization, as well as reference management, copyright, and excel use will be highlighted during the series. Attend one or several workshops in the series.
The second series, GERPS (Graduate Engaging Research Presentation Series) will focus on helping graduate researchers become better communicators. These research communication workshops will focus on making your presentations engaging for all audiences at all levels. The workshops will be great preparation for our Three Minute Thesis Competition held in April. The series starts with a workshop on Improv Techniques and continues with Story Telling 101, ending the series with Engaging Presentation Practice and Techniques for focusing your message.
You can register for all the Graduate School Professional Development opportunities at the website: https://ias.itap.purdue.edu/rgs/wgb_workshop.disp_online_workshop
Candidate Deadlines for Graduate Sudents
Please reference this calendar as well as the list below for important deadlines for Fall 2016 graduate candidates.
· Friday, October 14, 2016: Final Exam/Deposit Deadline for CAND 99200/99300 Registrants
· Friday, December 2, 2016: Final Exam Deadline for CAND 99100 Registrants
· Friday, December 9, 2016: Thesis Deposit Deadline for CAND 99100 Registrants
· Sunday, December 18, 2016: Commencement
Students who miss any of the deadlines in red may incur a $200 Late Graduation Deadline Fee if they would like to maintain their candidate status for this session. Candidates who request to make updates to an already deposited thesis or dissertation, or who have been listed on the Graduate School’s candidate roster for the same degree more than two consecutive sessions, may also incur this fee. These dates, as well as other key 2016-17 deadlines, are available online on the Graduation Deadlines Calendar webpage for your reference.
electronic Prelim/ Final Exam forms
Prelim and final examinations must be scheduled at least two weeks in advance with the graduate school via the plan of study website found on MyPurdue. If the final exam is not scheduled, you cannot graduate. This is in addition to scheduling the exam with Dr. Cameron. Please see the applicable checklist at https://ag.purdue.edu/entm/Pages/grad-forms.aspx for more information.
Fall CCo Workshops
The CCO has many upcoming workshops for undergraduate and graduate students. Check out the schedule to see what’s available!
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