LOSING SLEEP OVER YOUR CITATIONS AND REFERENCES?
That’s why the Graduate School STRONGLY encourages students to use a bibliography program, such as EndNote, when writing a thesis or dissertation. EndNote is not the only bibliography program available, but EndNote is supported by UAF and can be downloaded for free from the OIT website.
BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE!!
Not only is the software free, but so is the EndNote Fast Start webinar hosted by Thomson Reuters on how to use it!
November 11th at 11:00am Alaska Time
This online class will cover the most commonly used functions in EndNote, showing how to import references from online databases and use them in a Microsoft Word document with Cite While You Write.
CLICK HERE to register in advance and confirm your time zone for this online one hour class at
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The 2016 Global Change Student Research Grant Competition guidelines are now available at www.cgc.uaf.edu/student_grant/competition.html, or in hardcopy from the Graduate School (202 Eielson) or URSA (301 Bunnell). Graduate students may submit proposals for up to $10,000 for one year, while undergraduates are eligible for up to $7,500. The guidelines have changed a bit this year, and graduate students should take note of the funding priorities for the 2016 competition cycle. Deadline to submit proposals is February 5, 2016. Contact: Barb Hameister (email@example.com; 474-5818).
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Spring 2016 Orientation will be held on Tuesday, January 12th, 2016 at 9am in the UAF Rasmuson Library Media Classroom. Light refreshments will be served at 8:45am.
This orientation is not mandatory but it is strongly recommended; not only will it familiarize you with policies, procedures and other graduate school survival tactics, but you'll get to meet your friendly Graduate School staff.
Interested? Please RSVP here.