Past Graduate Student Life Events

Events from 2015-2016

Coffee Breaks: Free Coffee and Snacks at Graduate Student Center

Fall 2015: September 2, October 7, November 4, and December 2 at 3:30-7:00pm
Spring 2016: February 3, March 2, April 6, and April 27 at 3:30-7:00pm
Graduate Student Center, Johnson Center 310

On the first Wednesday of every month (a second April Coffee Break is scheduled in lieu of a May date), visit the Graduate Student Center on the third floor of the Johnson Center for FREE coffee and snacks from 3:30 to 7:00pm! Meet the Office of Graduate Student Life staff and fellow Mason graduate students, and learn about campus resources. Stop by on your way to class and say hello! Contact gradlife@gmu.edu with questions.

Food for Thought at Fenwick

Thursday, September 3, 2015, 4:00-7:00pm
Friday, September 18, 2015, 10:00am-12:00pm
Fenwick Library, Floor 2, Wing A

Welcome to the University Libraries! Graduate students are cordially invited to meet your subject librarians and other research specialists at Fenwick Library’s Graduate Student Open House. You’ll get an overview of key research resources, services and tools, tour Fenwick Library, and more. Enjoy a snack as you discover what the University Libraries have for you—and your success at Mason.

Gradstravaganza

Gradstravaganza 2015 Web BannerFriday, September 4, 2015

Mini-workshops
3:30-5:00pm
Johnson Center Meeting Rooms (third floor)

Picnic
5:30-7:30pm
Merten Lawn

All new and continuing Mason graduate students are invited to Gradstravaganza, Mason’s annual graduate student welcome event! For more information and registration, visit the Gradstravaganza page.

Innovations in Teaching and Learning Conference: “The Science of Learning: Using Research to Improve Teaching”

Friday, September 18, 2015, 8:30am-6:00pm
Johnson Center

The Center for Teaching and Faculty Excellence invites graduate student instructors, faculty, and staff to the 2015 Innovations in Teaching and Learning Conference addressing the theme, “The Science of Learning: Using Research to Improve Teaching.” Limited free registrations are available for graduate students! Find out more and register by Sept. 16 at the Innovations in Teaching and Learning conference webpage.

Maximizing Productivity During Graduate School Workshop Series

Learning Services and Graduate Student Life present “Maximizing Productivity During Graduate School,” a new workshop series designed specifically for Mason graduate students. We know you have limited time and are balancing school along with multiple life commitments. In these workshops, learn how to make the most of the time and energy you have while working toward your graduate degree.

We are offering the following workshops during the 2015-16 academic year:

  • Graduate School Reading Strategies: Friday, Sept. 25, 10:30-11:45am
  • Overcoming Procrastination: Tuesday, Sept. 29, 4:30-5:45pm
  • Improving Concentration Webinar: Friday, Oct. 9, 12:00-1:00pm
  • Scheduling and Time Management Webinar: Friday, Jan. 29, 12:00-1:00pm
  • Motivation and Goal Setting: Friday, Feb. 19, 4:00-5:00pm (part of GRADReCon)

For more information, including online registration, visit our Workshop Series page.

Building Community: A Networking Event for Graduate Students, Faculty, and Staff of Color

Wednesday, September 30, 2015, 3:30-5:00pm
Patriots Lounge, SUB I

Graduate Student Life, the Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Multicultural Education, African and African American Studies, Student Involvement, and the Office of the Provost invite graduate students, faculty, and staff of color and other interested Mason community members to this networking event to foster inclusion and graduate student success on campus.

Join us for a mixer featuring light refreshments from 3:30pm to 5:00pm in Patriots Lounge in SUB I. The program will include brief remarks and opportunities to meet with other graduate students of color and supportive faculty and staff at Mason.

For more information, please contact Graduate Student Life at gradlife@gmu.edu.

Register for this event by clicking the link below. Registration will close on Tuesday, Sept. 29 at noon.
Eventbrite - Building Community: A Networking Event for Graduate Students, Faculty, and Staff of Color 2015

Graduate Student Career Workshop: Speaking to Your Strengths: Strengths-Based Interviewing

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Friday, October 23, 2015, 10:00am-12:00pm
SUB I, Room 3400 (University Career Services Resource Room)

Are you planning for a job or internship search and wondering how to highlight your strengths and past experiences in the interview? This highly interactive workshop will teach you about your strengths, provide you opportunities to practice your interview skills, and engage with other graduate students who are in the job search process. This workshop is for ALL graduate students exploring careers in academia and in industry.

Mason is committed to helping all students develop their purpose through values, and work engagement. A critical component of purpose is understanding one’s strengths. To that end, Mason has made the Gallup StrengthsFinder available to all students for FREE. Take the assessment and learn how to capitalize on your strengths during the interview process.

Register for this workshop by 8:00am on October 23, 2015. You will be able to enter your Top 5 Strengths from your StrengthsFinder report on the registration form, if you’ve taken it already. Please bring your Mason ID and your Signature Strengths Report with you to the workshop.

To register for this workshop:

  1. Ideally, complete the StrengthsFinder assessment online first (you will be asked to create an account using your GMU email address; the assessment will take approximately 30-45 minutes). Otherwise, complete it before you come to the workshop.
  2. Complete the workshop registration form by 8:00am on October 23, 2015 (registration deadline extended!).
  3. Bring your Mason ID and your Signature Strengths Report with you to the workshop.

To learn more about Strengths at Mason, visit the Strengths Academy website.

Managing Personal Relationships During Grad SchoolParents with baby working at home

Friday,  October 30, 2015, 1:00-2:30pm
Johnson Center, Gold Room

Being a graduate student can be stressful in terms of adjusting to academic expectations, managing the work load, and balancing school with other work commitments. Grad school can also present challenges to one’s personal relationships. How can you help the important people in your life understand the new challenges that come with graduate study? How do you maintain strong relationships with partners, family, and friends while devoting time, focus, and energy to your graduate program? Join us at this workshop facilitated by Anchal Khanna, a licensed counselor from Counseling and Psychological Services, to discuss these issues and strategies for promoting your academic and personal well-being.

Register for the event by clicking the link below.
Eventbrite - Managing Personal Relationships During Grad School Workshop

GRADReCon: Graduate Student Research Connections Day

Spring GRADReCon
Friday, February 19, 2016, 9:00am-5:00pm
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Build your research and productivity skills at the Spring GRADReCon! FREE research and productivity sessions will be offered by a variety of experts! Topics include managing data, finding funding, getting published, keeping current with the literature in your field, Zotero, GIS, and MORE! Light refreshments will also be available in the GRADReCon Lounge in Fenwick Library, Room 1009. Visit the Spring GRADReCon page for the full schedule of sessions, times, and locations. Discover what you need to succeed!

GRADReCon is a joint project of University Libraries, Graduate Student Life, and Learning Services.

Fall GRADReCon: Friday, November 6, 2015

Build your productivity, research, and writing skills at GRADReCon! Graduate Student Life and University Libraries have partnered with other offices to provide a day of workshops on topics essential to your success in grad school, including how to write a literature review, using Zotero, finding grant and fellowship opportunities, and more. Visit the Fall GRADReCon page for full details, including the schedule and how to sign up for workshops and appointments!

Graduate Student Life Write-In

Fall 2015: Saturday, November 14, 8:30am-5:00pm
Spring 2016: Saturday, April 9, 8:30am-5:00pm

Looking for a way to make progress on your dissertation, thesis, or paper? Graduate Student Life’s Write-In Day will give you group accountability and a space to write with other Mason graduate students who are also serious about getting writing done. Graduate Student Life will provide the space, coffee, meals, and snacks. You need to bring your computer, any other necessary materials, and most importantly, your personal commitment to working diligently and productively.

Registration for the Spring 2016 Write-In Day will begin on February 29, 2016. For more information and online registration, visit https://gradlife.gmu.edu/write-in-day/. If you have any questions, contact Julie Choe Kim, Director of Graduate Student Life, at ychoekim@gmu.edu.

Thriving in Graduate School Professional Development Workshop Series

The Center for Teaching and Faculty Excellence and Graduate Student Life present “Thriving in Graduate School,” a professional development workshop series designed for Mason graduate students to explore the opportunities and challenges of graduate school with an eye toward facilitating your success in graduate education and in your career. Join Dr. Laura Lukes, Assistant Director for the Center for Teaching and Faculty Excellence, and invited guest facilitators to learn strategies for making the most of your graduate program at Mason.

We are offering the following workshops during the Spring 2016 semester:

  • Why Didn’t Anyone Tell Me? Planning Now for the Career Your Want Later: Friday, Jan. 22, 1:30-2:50pm
  • Creating a Publication Plan and How to Write a Lot: Friday, Feb. 5, 1:30-2:50pm
  • How Do People Learn? Implications for Teaching: Friday, Feb. 19, 1:30-2:50pm
  • Becoming a College Instructor: Friday, March 4, 1:30-2:50pm
  • Creating an Academic Brand and Networking Strategies: Friday, March 18, 1:30-2:50pm
  • Communicating Your Research: Friday, April 1, 1:30-2:50pm
  • Planning for the Academic Job Search: Friday, April 15, 1:30-2:50pm

For more information, including online registration, visit our Thriving in Graduate School Workshop Series page.

Graduate Student Career Workshop: Career Pathways for PhD Students

Friday, March 25, 2016, 2:00-4:00pm
SUB I, Room 3400 (University Career Services Resource Room)

Wondering what careers are available with a doctoral degree? Interested in exploring career options beyond academia? Join Graduate Student Life, University Career Services, and the Center for Teaching and Faculty Excellence for a workshop on exploring and preparing for multiple career pathways for PhD students on Friday, March 25, 2016.

Please bring a laptop or tablet and your resume or CV with you for use during exercises during the workshop. Please note that the workshop will not include time for resume/CV critiques. Please also bring your Mason ID with you.  Please contact gradlife@gmu.edu with questions.

Register for this workshop by clicking the link below.

Eventbrite - Graduate Student Career Workshop: Career Pathways for PhDs

Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week 2016

April 4-8, 2016

Join the Graduate and Professional Student Association and Graduate Student Life in celebrating Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week 2016! During this week, we honor the contributions of Mason’s 10,000+ graduate and professional students. 

Events from 2014-2015

Download the Graduate Student Life Event Flier for Spring 2015 (two-page PDF)

Welcome Week Happy Hour

Wednesday, August 27, 2014, 4:00-7:00pm
The Rathskellar, SUB I Basement

Join Graduate Student Life, the Graduate and Professional Student Association, and Wellness, Alcohol and Violence Education and Services for a happy hour at The Rat! Meet new folks, enjoy free food and giveaways, and connect with resources for a happy and successful start to the academic year!

Coffee Breaks: Free Coffee and Snacks at Graduate Student Center

Fall 2014: September 3, October 1, November 5, and December 3 at 3:30-7:00pm
Spring 2015: February 4, March 4, April 1, and April 29 at 3:30-7:00pm
Graduate Student Center, Johnson Center 310

On the first Wednesday of every month (a second April Coffee Break is scheduled in lieu of a May date), visit the Graduate Student Center on the third floor of the Johnson Center for FREE coffee and snacks from 3:30 to 7:00pm! Meet the Office of Graduate Student Life staff and fellow Mason graduate students, and learn about campus resources. Stop by on your way to class and say hello! Contact gradlife@gmu.edu with questions.

Gradstravaganza

Friday, September 5, 2014

Mini-workshops
3:30-5:00pm
Johnson Center Meeting Rooms (third floor)

Picnic
5:30-7:30pm
Mason Pond Lawn

All new and continuing Mason graduate students are invited to Gradstravaganza, Mason’s annual graduate student welcome event! For more information and registration, visit the Gradstravaganza page.

Building Community: A Networking Event for Graduate Students, Faculty, and Staff of Color

Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Mixer: 3:30-5:00pm in Patriots Lounge, SUB I, Fairfax Campus
Open House: 5:00-7:00pm in the Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Multicultural Education, SUB I, Suite 2400, Fairfax Campus

Graduate Student Life, the Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Multicultural Education, and the Office of the Provost invite graduate students, faculty, and staff of color and other interested Mason community members to this networking event to foster inclusion and graduate student success on campus.

Join us for a mixer featuring light refreshments from 3:30pm to 5:00pm in Patriots Lounge in SUB I. The program will include brief remarks and opportunities to meet with other graduate students of color and supportive faculty and staff at Mason.

The open house, hosted by the Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Multicultural Education (ODIME) from 5:00pm to 7:00pm in SUB I, Suite 2400, will provide an informal opportunity to meet with staff from ODIME and Graduate Student Life and fellow students over snacks.

For more information, please contact Graduate Student Life at gradlife@gmu.edu.

RSVP by Friday, September 12 by clicking the button below.

Eventbrite - Building Community: A Networking Event for Graduate Students, Faculty, and Staff of Color

Maximizing Productivity During Graduate School Workshop Series

Learning Services and Graduate Student Life present “Maximizing Productivity During Graduate School,” a new workshop series designed specifically for Mason graduate students. We know you have limited time and are balancing school along with multiple life commitments. In these workshops, learn how to make the most of the time and energy you have while working toward your graduate degree.

We are offering the following workshops during the 2014-15 academic year:

  • Graduate School Reading Strategies: Friday, Sept. 26, 10:30-11:45am
  • Overcoming Procrastination: Friday, Oct. 3, 10:30-11:45am
  • Improving Concentration Webinar: Friday, Oct. 17, 12:00-1:00pm
  • Motivation and Goal Setting: Friday, Nov. 7, 10:30-11:45am
  • How to Manage a Large Project: Friday, Jan. 30, 10:30-11:45am
  • Managing Performance Anxiety: Friday, Feb. 13, 10:30-11:45am
  • Overcoming Procrastination: Friday, Feb. 27, 10:30-11:45am

For more information, including online registration, visit our Workshop Series page.

Graduate Teaching Workshop: “How People Learn: Implications for Teaching”

Wednesday, November 12, 2014, 2:00-4:00pm
SUB I, Room 3334

Join Graduate Student Life and Laura Lukes from Mason’s Center for Teaching and Faculty Excellence for this interactive workshop on learner-centered teaching. Graduate students interested in developing their teaching and presentation skills will gain a basic understanding of how the brain works to learn information and several strategies to facilitate learning in the classes they teach. This workshop is for anyone interested in developing teaching skills: teaching assistants, teaching volunteers, conference presenters, and guest speakers. All graduate students are welcome. We will introduce you to practical skills you can use right away while also offering you resources and ideas for expanding your teaching repertoire. Refreshments will be provided.

Register for the workshop by November 5, 2014 by clicking the button below:
Eventbrite - Graduate Teaching Workshop: "How People Learn: Implications for Teaching"

Graduate Student Career Workshop: Translating Your Graduate School Experience in Your Job Hunt

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Friday, November 14, 2014, 10:30-11:45am
SUB I, Room 3400 (University Career Services Resource Room)

Did you decide to pursue a graduate degree to enhance your career prospects? You are gaining valuable knowledge, skills, and experiences from your graduate program – but do you know how to translate that when speaking to prospective employers? Whether you are hoping to advance in your profession, making a career switch, or just starting out in a new industry, this interactive workshop will give you the tools you need to craft a compelling message about your qualifications and graduate school experiences to employers. You will also learn about ways you can maximize your graduate school experiences in order to position yourself well for your job search.

Register for this workshop by November 13, 2014 by clicking the button below. Please bring your Mason ID and a current version of your resume with you to the workshop.
Eventbrite - Graduate Student Career Workshop: Translating Your Graduate School Experience in Your Job Hunt

Graduate Student Life Write-In

Fall 2014: Saturday, November 15, 8:30am-5:00pm
Spring 2015: Saturday, April 18, 8:30am-5:00pm

Looking for a way to make progress on your dissertation, thesis, or paper? Graduate Student Life’s Write-In Day will give you group accountability and a space to write with other Mason graduate students who are also serious about getting writing done. Graduate Student Life will provide the space, coffee, meals, and snacks. You need to bring your computer, any other necessary materials, and most importantly, your personal commitment to working diligently and productively.

Registration for the Fall 2014 Write-In Day will begin in October. For more information and online registration, visit https://gradlife.gmu.edu/write-in-day/. If you have any questions, contact Julie Choe Kim, Director of Graduate Student Life, at ychoekim@gmu.edu.

Thriving in Graduate School Professional Development Workshop Series

The Center for Teaching and Faculty Excellence and Graduate Student Life present “Thriving in Graduate School,” a professional development workshop series designed for Mason graduate students to explore the opportunities and challenges of graduate school with an eye toward facilitating your success in graduate education and in your career. Join Dr. Laura Lukes, Assistant Director for the Center for Teaching and Faculty Excellence, and invited guest facilitators to learn strategies for making the most of your graduate program at Mason.

We are offering the following workshops during the Spring 2015 semester:

  • Graduate Degree Pathways: Planning Your Career Path: Friday, Jan. 23, 1:30-2:50pm
  • Creating a Publication Plan and How to Write a Lot: Friday, Feb. 6, 1:30-2:50pm
  • How Do People Learn? Implications for Teaching: Friday, Feb. 20, 1:30-2:50pm
  • Preparing to Be the Instructor of Record: Crafting a Course Syllabus: Friday, March 6, 1:30-2:50pm
  • Creating an Academic Brand and Strategies for Networking: Friday, March 20, 1:30-2:50pm
  • Communicating Your Research: Friday, April 3, 1:30-2:50pm
  • Planning for the Academic Job Search

For more information, including online registration, visit our Thriving in Graduate School Workshop Series page.

Graduate Student Career Workshop: Communicating Your Skills and Experience for Maximum Impact: How to Ace the Behavioral Interview

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Friday, February 6, 2015, 10:30am-12:00pm
SUB I, Room 3400 (University Career Services Resource Room)

As you plan your search for an internship or new job, do you feel ready to speak about your skills and qualifications to employers? Join Graduate Student Life and University Career Services for a workshop on behavioral interviewing strategies. Employers widely use behavioral interview questions to assess candidates’ competencies and behaviors by asking about past performance. At this workshop, learn how to communicate your skills, qualifications, and experiences for maximum impact during these types of interviews. Ralph Lattanzio, affiliate professor and Employer-in-Residence with Career Services at George Mason University and former Global Director of Recruiting for ExxonMobil, will explain how behavioral event interviewing works, how to understand what employers are really asking, and how to respond, as well as give all participants opportunity to practice the strategies.

Register for this workshop by clicking the button below. Please bring your Mason ID with you to the workshop.
Eventbrite - Graduate Student Career Workshop: Communicating Your Skills and Experience for Maximum Impact

Mason Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference

Friday, March 20, 2015, 9:00am-4:30pm
Mason Global Center

Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week 2015

Monday, March 30 – Friday, April 3

Join the Graduate and Professional Student Association and Graduate Student Life in celebrating Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week 2015! During this week, we honor the contributions of Mason’s 10,000+ graduate and professional students. 

 


 

Events from 2013-2014

Welcome Week Happy Hour Featuring Speed Friending

Wednesday, August 28, 4:00-7:00pm

George’s, Johnson Center 3rd Floor

The Office of Graduate Student Life and the Graduate and Professional Student Association (GAPSA) invite all new and continuing Mason graduate students to a Welcome Week Happy Hour, featuring Speed Friending! Meet fellow Mason grad students in a fun, low-key setting and build friendships as you enjoy free appetizers and soft drinks at George’s, on the Johnson Center 3rd floor. Contact gradlife@gmu.edu with questions.

Coffee Breaks: Free Coffee and Snacks at Graduate Student Center

September 4, October 2, November 6, December 4, February 5, March 5, April 2, and May 1 at 3:30-7:00pm

Graduate Student Center, Johnson Center 310

On the first Wednesday of every month, visit the Graduate Student Center on the third floor of the Johnson Center for FREE coffee and snacks from 3:30 to 7:00pm! Meet the Office of Graduate Student Life staff and fellow Mason graduate students, and learn about campus resources. Stop by on your way to class and say hello! Contact gradlife@gmu.edu with questions.

Gradstravaganza 

Friday, September 6, 4:00-8:00pm

SUB I Quad

(Rain Location:  Patriots Lounge in SUB I)

All new and continuing Mason graduate students are invited to the first ever Gradstravaganza, a graduate student welcome picnic! Join fellow Mason grad students for FREE food, connections with campus resources, door prizes, and giveaways, including special “We Are Mason Grad Students” t-shirts! Also featuring a balloon artist, caricaturist, and sno-cones. Families are welcome! For more details and to register, visit https://gradlife.gmu.edu/gradstravaganza(registration is requested to assist with planning). Remember to bring your Mason student ID with you! Brought to you by GAPSA, Graduate Student Life, the Office of the Provost, and the Office of Student Involvement.

Maximizing Productivity During Graduate School Workshop Series

Learning Services and Graduate Student Life present “Maximizing Productivity During Graduate School,” a new workshop series designed specifically for Mason graduate students. We know you have limited time and are balancing school along with multiple life commitments. In these workshops, learn how to make the most of the time and energy you have while working toward your graduate degree.

For more information, visit our Workshop Series page.

Happy Hour with GAPSA and Grad Life

Monday, October 21, 4:00-7:00pm

The Rathskeller, SUB I

Take a break with GAPSA and Graduate Student Life at a mid-semester happy hour!

Contact gradlife@gmu.edu with questions.

Careers at the Crossroads: How to Make a Career Transition

Friday, November 1, 11:00am-2:00pm

Career Services Library, SUB I, Room 3400

Are you a Mason graduate student considering changing careers?  Not sure how to identify your transferable skills and market them in a new career field?  The Office of Graduate Student Life and University Career Services invite you to a two-part workshop on Friday, November 1 to prepare for a successful transition to your field of choice.  In this workshop, Ann Mills of University Career Services and Maureen Hennessey of Grant Thornton will discuss how to identify your skills and articulate them in a new field through your resume, cover letter, and interview.  This free workshop will be highly interactive and include lunch. Special thanks to Grant Thornton for partnering with us and for sponsoring lunch.

Registration is required.  Register online by Monday, October 28.

Graduate Student Life Write-In

Saturday, November 16, 8:30am-5:00pm

Looking for a way to make progress on your dissertation, thesis, or paper? Graduate Student Life’s Write-In Day will give you group accountability and a space to write with other Mason graduate students who are also serious about getting writing done. Graduate Student Life will provide the space, coffee, meals, and snacks. You need to bring your computer, any other necessary materials, and most importantly, your personal commitment to working diligently and productively.

To sign up, register by noon on Tuesday, Nov. 5; all registrants will be contacted by Nov. 8 to confirm participation. For more information and registration, visit https://gradlife.gmu.edu/write-in-day/. If you have any questions, contact Julie Choe Kim, Director of Graduate Student Life, at ychoekim@gmu.edu.

Homecoming Block Party with Graduate Student Life and GAPSA

Saturday, Feb. 15, 3:00-5:30pm

Parking Lot K

Graduate Student Life and the Graduate and Professional Student Association will have a couple spots reserved at the Homecoming Block Party for graduate students to come and mingle.  We will be providing a warm snacks and beverages while hanging out in the parking lot before heading into the Patriot Center to support the Men’s Basketball team vs. St. Bonaventure.

Being Present in Your Presentation: A Workshop on Public Speaking Skills

Friday, March 28, 11:00am-1:00pm

Performing Arts Building Room 105

Preparing a talk or presentation for a job interview? Want to feel more comfortable in front of the classroom or colleagues? Or just wondering how to feel more confident as a public speaker overall? Join us for an interactive workshop specially designed for Mason graduate students, facilitated by renowned faculty from Mason’s School of Theatre, Ken Elston and Edward Gero. This workshop will specifically address removing jargon when talking about your research and/or professional interests, communicating with your body in space, and putting on the character or costume of presence.  Lunch will be provided. This workshop is free, but pre-registration is required; spaces are limited. Sponsored by the College of Visual and Performing Arts, Graduate Student Life, Center for Teaching and Faculty Excellence, and the Office of the Provost.

Registration for this workshop is no longer open.

 

Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week

Monday, March 31- Friday, April 4

Join the Graduate and Professional Student Association and the Office of Graduate Student Life in celebrating Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week 2014! For a full schedule of events and details, visit https://gradlife.gmu.edu/gpsaw2014/.

Graduate Student Life Write-In

Saturday, April 12, 8:30am-5:00pm

Looking for a way to make progress on your dissertation, thesis, or paper? Graduate Student Life’s Write-In Day will give you group accountability and a space to write with other Mason graduate students who are also serious about getting writing done. Graduate Student Life will provide the space, coffee, meals, and snacks. You need to bring your computer, any other necessary materials, and most importantly, your personal commitment to working diligently and productively.

Registration is no longer open. For more information and online registration, visit https://gradlife.gmu.edu/write-in-day/. If you have any questions, contact Julie Choe Kim, Director of Graduate Student Life, at ychoekim@gmu.edu.