Fall 2013-Graduate Education - Carnegie Mellon University

Fall 2013 Presentations

Additional presentations will be posted soon.

Graduate Student Resources
Life as a graduate student will be demanding in many ways.  This session provides an overview of available university resources and services to facilitate your experience and support your progress while introducing you to three representatives who can point you in the right direction for many of your questions and concerns.
Graduate Student Resources for Master’s students [pdf]
Graduate Student Resources for Ph.D. students [pdf]

Carnegie Mellon: A look back to understand our values of today
Join us for this entertaining and interactive session that will highlight significant portions of your new university’s history.  Through understanding these poignant times in our evolution, you will come to understand our current day expectations around hard-work, honesty without compromise, integrity and the highest standards of personal, ethical and moral conduct possible.  Expectations for graduate students around authorship and integrity in an academic context will be highlighted.
Master's Students - Carnegie Mellon: A look back to understand our values of today [pdf]

University Libraries
Carnegie Mellon libraries can provide you with a multitude of resources to compliment your academic endeavors.  Interlibrary loan, research databases, and general reference information resources will be discussed.
University Libraries [pdf]

Career & Professional Development
It’s not too early to hone your professional skills or explore your career options.  Join the Career & Professional Development Center (CPDC) staff for an informative session covering the services and resources that are available to students.
Career & Professional Development [pdf]

Tenant’s Rights
Information about signing a lease, your legal obligations as a renter, your landlord's legal obligations and what to do for help with housing issues.
Tenant’s Rights [pdf]