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In February, 2012 COGS partnered with Boynton Health Services and GAPSA to conduct focus groups regarding graduate student perceptions of the medical and health services offered by Boynton. There were four sets of focus groups: international females, domestic females, international males, and domestic males. COGS has released a series of reports that highlights the findings for each of these groups and makes recommendations to Boynton based on the focus groups.
GradLetter is a brief newsletter that is published twice per year - once before the fall semester (August) and once before the spring semester (January). The primary purpose of the GradLetter is to provide information to incoming graduate students on current events and issues that COGS is working on, as well as resources that COGS provides.
This handy volume is a summary of services you may need during graduate school. Do you know where to get your UCard, get forms, and buy books? How do you get to and around campus? Where can you eat, get money? Looking for a place to live and buy affordable furniture? This survival guide will help point you in the right direction.
The guide was last updated in the fall of 2011 and can be downloaded here.
This in-depth guide is about what you (student or faculty) can do to make graduate school a good experience. This booklet will guide a first year student with numerous tasks, such as finding an advisor, filling out forms and just getting accustomed to graduate student life. This booklet also provides advice to continuing graduate students on taking preliminary exams, presenting research, staying motivated, job searching and having fun. Lastly, advice is given to faculty on interacting with students. Moreover, students will find it helpful to see things from a faculty's perspective.
Staying on Course is available can be downloaded here.