UChicagoGRAD helps you develop skills to support your success as a graduate student, postdoc, and as a professional.
One-on-one and small group consultations to identify tailored funding opportunities.
Resources for graduate students and postdocs to discuss issues, concerns, etc. related to diversity as it affects their academic and career development.
Programs and resources to help graduate students and postdocs increase the impact of their scholarship and build public speaking skills.
Private sessions to discuss optimizing their work/life balance and satisfaction; connecting with university resources; and problem-solving while navigating their academic and professional careers.
Blurb: Whether you are brand new to grad school or deep into dissertation writing, relationships with faculty mentors play a critical role in your student experience. Find support in navigating these foundational experiences through individual advising and other programming focused on developing communication, interpersonal, and self-advocacy skills.
Writing support tailored to the distinct needs of graduate students and postdocs.
The University is committed to helping you succeed as you learn and exercise the craft of teaching, and as part of the University, you play a vital role in contributing to our shared traditions of scholarship and teaching.
Exchange programs allow doctoral students to take advantage of faculty, classes, and research centers at 25 partner institutions.
Council on Advanced Study Workshops facilitate interdisciplinary exchange of ideas between students and faculty.
Courses and tutoring to strengthen English language skills and cultural knowledge.
The Chicago Center for Teaching and Learning offers pedagogical training for graduate students, postdocs, and faculty members.
Alysia Mann Carey, Doctoral Student
"UChicagoGRAD has been a wonderful resource during my time here at UChicago. In addition to helping me find and complete fellowships, personal statements, and internship opportunities, they have been a friendly, encouraging, and supportive group of people that care greatly about the graduate experience on campus and beyond."
Kevin Blakinship, Doctoral Student
"I can’t emphasize enough the importance of relying on internal university grant coordinators and other staff whose job description is to track best practices for successful applications to Fulbright-Hays. They will be able to give you specific, actionable advice on how to play to your strengths and shore up your weaknesses to put together the best portfolio."
MeeSoh Bossard, Master's Student
"I could not have gotten to this point without UChicagoGRAD's guidance and time, and I am grateful to you."
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