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The Graduate School sponsors the following programming events and initiatives to promote interactions among campus community members in different disciplines.
GRAD Talks are short presentations that occur in an informal conversational setting and allow graduate students to present their research to the broader university community. The Graduate School and the Kathryn A. Martin Library co-sponsor these events to foster interactions among faculty and grad students in disparate disciplines that could grow into meaningful new transdisciplinary collaborations. During the fall semester, these talks will be presented online via Zoom.
- Contact the Grad Office at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to present a virtual Grad Talk.
- March 3 - "I Know You're Paying Attention: Gaze Tracking with Heat Maps puts Vision into Action" Presented by David Bohil, Claire Bieganek, and Cheyenne Bielmeier, Communication Sciences and Disorders MA Candidates | Add to my calendar
- April 28 - "Influence of Visitor Maps on Hikers’ Educational Experience: Daisetsuzan National Park of Hokkaido, Japan" Presented by Jeremy Blanco, MEEd Candidate | Add to my calendar
The 3-Minute Thesis (3MT®) is a research communication competition that challenges graduate students to communicate the significance of their independent projects without the use of props or industry jargon, in just three minutes. The exercise develops academic, presentation, and research communication skills and enhances the capacity of research students to explain their work to a non-specialist audience and to leave their audience wanting to know more.
Graduate Student Association
The student representatives to the UMD Graduate Programs Committee are also the leaders of the Graduate Student Association at UMD. The Grad Student Association hosts socials and activities that allow students to meet others from programs outside of their own, as well as give them the opportunity to share their experiences as graduate students at UMD.
Your student representatives are Hannah Appleseth (Psychological Sciences MA, 2nd year), Maya Enriquez (Integrated Biosciences MS, 2nd year), and Noah Grode (Integrated Biosciences MS, 1st year).
If you're interested in learning more about any of these initiatives, please contact the UMD Graduate School Office at email@example.com for more information.