Resources for PhD Students
Blackboard Registrar's Office Research Areas Health Services Library Tuition and Fees Graduate/Post-Docs Research Resources
- Natural Resources and Earth System Sciences Ph.D. Program - Student Orientation
- The Chrysalis Scholarship provides degree-completion funding for women geoscience graduate students whose education has been significantly interrupted by life circumstances. Deadline(s): 03/31/2013
- Resources Every Grad Student Should Peruse (sooner than later)
info provided by former PhD student, Daniel Hocking
- NetLogo - is a multi-agent programmable modeling environment. NetLogo comes with a large library of sample models to include: climate change, pollution, adaptation, genetics, etc.
- "The Importance of Stupidity in Scientific Research"
- A Quick Guide to Writing a Sold Peer Review
- Yay, colors! great for designing posters, powerpoints, websites. Note the 'colorblind' options in the upper right tabs.
- Color Advice for Maps
- Virtual Defenses
1. Skype. (Free) Success could depend on strength of the wireless connection and number of people. Hard-wired is better. Check with Jen, firstname.lastname@example.org or other students for tips.
2. Google Hangout (free) to have meetings. Must be tested with committee before hand to make sure no login problems.
3. WebEx (free version): http://www.webex.com/how-to/index.html There is a free basic version that might work for you.
4. ReadyTalk: Pretty inexpensive overall but you can get a free trial for 30 days! https://www.readytalk.com/try-buy/try
5. UNH videoconferencing: http://it.unh.edu/index.cfm?id=6E48C414-BF6C-4989-BB0508B94572A380
- ASU Career Wise:
- Current and future PhD job seekers - how to "transition from academia" to non academic jobs.
Employers are challenged to see the connections.
- Where Postdoc Recruitment Begins http://www.postdocpost.com/
- For a Much Needed Study Break - Dance Your PhD: