Purpose of this Survey

Hello all,

  Thanks for taking the time to participate in this Research Week Student Day Events Suggestion Survey. The purpose of this survey is to figure out what YOU, the graduate student body, would most like to see/hear about at the 2017 Research Week "Student Day" talks. 

Further questions will determine how helpful and interesting you found last years Student Events, which included:

Marketing Your Skill Sets (Jackie Wirz) 
Finding Funding (Rachel Dresbeck) 
Troubleshooting Negative Data Panel (Virginia Tilden and Peter Barr-Gillespie)
Finding a Post-Doctoral Position Panel.

These questions will give us an idea if we should repeat any of these events. 

Finally, this survey is NOT looking for feedback on abstract submission, the poster or oral session, or other non-student day events. 

By completing this survey, you will help ensure that Research Week 2017 is all the more important to your graduate student life! So thank you! You go Glen Coco! 

   Amy
   Research Week GSO Student Liasion

* 1. For Research Week 2017, what would you like to see discussed at the Student Day Events? What topics related to research/grad school/academia would you most like to see? What topics do you think are most important to the current graduate student?

* 2. How interesting did you find the "Marketing Your Skill Sets" talk from Research Week 2016?

* 3. How helpful did you find the "Marketing Your Skill Sets" talk from Research Week 2016?

* 4. How interesting did you find the "Finding Funding" talk from Research Week 2016?

* 5. How helpful did you find the "Finding Funding" talk from Research Week 2016?

* 6. How interesting did you find the "Troubleshooting Negative Data" Panel from Research Week 2016?

* 7. How helpful did you find the "Troubleshooting Negative Data" Panel from Research Week 2016?

* 8. How interesting did you find the "Finding a Post Doctoral Position" Panel from Research Week 2016?

* 9. How helpful did you find the "Finding a Post Doctoral Position" Panel from Research Week 2016?

THANKS

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