Alaska Native Knowledge Network
Alaska Native Knowledge Network is re-introducing our monthly brown bag luncheon series.
Join us in person or through audio conference.
In-person: Gruening 503F
Audio: +1 866-245-8984 (no pin)
Each lunch will be an open discussion themed around key phases in a graduate student’s life. This is an opportunity to ask questions, share experiences, challenges, and solutions to the many obstacles that conducting academic research can present in a person’s life. Maybe more importantly, however, it’s an opportunity to get to know (in a non-class setting) your peers and their work and passions. Center for Cross Cultural Studies faculty will be on hand, as well, and a variety of guest speakers will be invited in each month to lead us through special topics based on our collective research needs/interests.
|Wed. Oct. 18th, 2017||General Theme: developing your research question, forming a committee, and the GSP|
|Wed. Nov. 22, 2017||General Theme: proposal writing, project descriptions, and finding funding|
|Wed. Feb. 7, 2018||General Theme: comp writing|
|Wed. March 21, 2018||General Theme: thesis/dissertation writing|
|Wed. April 18, 2017||General Theme: methods and the IRB|
|Wed. May 2, 2017||General Theme: personal portfolios|
For more information or to suggest possible guest speakers please e-mail Rich Hum at: ReHum@Alaska.edu