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Graduate Student Workshops: Home

Information about the regularly-occurring workshop series offered to graduate students and other researchers by the Geoffrey R. Weller Library.

Graduate Student Workshop Program: What's it all about?

Graduate students! Are you working on a thesis, dissertation, or major project? Want to get more organized for the papers you're writing? This is the place for you!

The Graduate Student Library Workshop Program is a series of extra-curricular workshops designed to support graduate students in developing skills to succeed in their academic careers, with a focus on content relevant to the preparation, research, and writing of a thesis, dissertation, or major project. The workshops are conducted in-person and online to reach all members of the UNBC community, whether they are on-campus or in the field.

This program also works in partnership with the Centre for Teaching, Learning, and Technology (CTLT) to provide students with access to workshops that count as credit towards the completion of the CTLT’s TA Certificate Program.

What do you want to see from our workshops?

We want these workshops to reflect the needs and interests of our graduate student population! Let us know what topics you'd like to see and what works best for your schedule by filling out this quick survey.

Calendar of all upcoming library workshops and events

Upcoming Graduate Student Workshops

Click the links below to register for our upcoming workshops!