Graduate School Events
Academic and professional development, wellness, and social events for graduate students and postdoctoral scholars are regularly offered by TTU Libraries, the TLPDC, IT Technology Support, the Ethics Center, the Women's Studies program, the Office of the Vice President for Research, the University Career Center, Worldwide eLearning, the Graduate School, and the Graduate Student Advisory Council.
You can explore the opportunities from here! For event details, click on the event title in the calendar or scroll through the events list under the calendar. Click to view a larger version of this calendar.
* Attendance fulfills part of the requirement for receiving Graduate School travel
or fellowship funding
+ Graduate students can attend online and/or later access a recording from the Distance Education Resources page
Distance Graduate Students: Events with an available or pending recording or livestream are indicated with a plus (+) before the title in the monthly calendar and in the event list below. Links are provided in the event details as soon as they become available and on the Distance Education Resources page
Graduate School Travel Fund and Fellowship Recipients: As a requirement for receiving travel and/or fellowship funding from the Graduate School, you must attend at least three professional development workshops (one for part-time fellowship recipients) sponsored or co-sponsored by the Graduate School. These events are indicated with an asterisk (*) before the title in the monthly calendar and with a red title in the event list below the calendar. Distance graduate students can attend events marked with an asterisk (*) and a plus (+) as well as view archived events for professional development credit.
Once you attend an event, you must record your attendance with the Graduate School through the following link: http://ttu.mobi/travel.
June 2016 Events
*Accessibility in a Nutshell
Monday, June 6, 2016 from 3-4 p.m.
Texas Tech University Library, Room 152
Part of the TTU Worldwide eLearning "Steps to Online Accessibility" Series. This lecture will go over the federal guidelines instructors need to know to keep their courses accessible. Instructors will leave with a check list of items to implement into their courses and learn about the resources at Worldwide eLearning.
Presenter: Jackie Luft
More Events and Resources
The following sites include additional calendars and events open to graduate students and postdoctoral scholars at Texas Tech.