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Clubs and Organizations
Whether you're looking for a group that emphasizes ethnic or cultural heritage, political involvement, environmental issues, or hobbies, clubs and organizations are an important part of campus life. Joining a club is a good opportunity to pursue specific interests and meet people.
For information on student activities, clubs and organizations, see www.colorado.edu/audience/students.
Dissertation Support Group This is an ongoing weekly drop-in support group for graduate students who have passed their comprehensive examinations and who are starting or working on their dissertations. Group members will support one another in setting and meeting concrete goals toward completing their dissertations.
Tuesdays 1–3 p.m., C4C S435
Facilitator: Glenda Russell, Ph.D., Glenda.Russell@colorado.edu
***Check out the article about this group, featured in the Daily Camera!!!***
Smart Start A group for Masters students who want to develop concrete skills that will work for you in graduate school and beyond.
Oct. 11, 18, 25, Nov. 1, 8 from 2–3:30 p.m., C4C S435
Facilitator: Glenda Russell, Ph.D. Glenda.Russell@colorado.edu
- For more ideas on how to get connected to campus life, visit http://inthemix.colorado.edu/
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