Graduate Resource Center (GRC): The GRC, administered by the Office of Graduate Studies (OGS), provides support for graduate and professional students engaged in writing and research. The GRC crafts a series of workshops, seminars, and symposia to develop academic, research, and professional skills, and the faculty connections that are essential to student success. For updated information and current events visit http://unmgrc.unm.edu/.
Teaching Assistant Resource Center/International-Teaching Assistant Resource Center (TARC/I-TARC): TARC/I-TARC provides resources and training to help you with your instructional appointments and responsibilities as teaching assistants. TARC/I-TARC consultants are available at the Graduate Resource Center to advise you on any issues related to teaching, and they offer a one- to three-hour credited course, Graduate Teaching I, to train new graduate Teaching Assistants. For more information and updated list of workshops and events visit http://ogs.unm.edu/resources/tarc.html.
Graduate Student Funding Initiative (GSFI): In collaboration with OGS and the GRC, the Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) provides workshops, consultations, and support for graduate researchers, principal investigators, and grant seekers in its Graduate Student Funding Initiative. The OVPR assists in identifying potential funding sources for your research, instructional, or public service projects; maintains funding databases; provides training and technical assistance in using funding databases and developing proposals; and provides instruction and assistance in Responsible Conduct of Research, IRB and IACUC management, and data warehousing, among other topics. To see a complete schedule of GSFI workshops visit http://research.unm.edu/graduatefunding/; for more information on the OVPR visit http://research.unm.edu/.
Writing Across Communities (WAC): WAC helps University faculty, graduate teaching instructors, administrators, and staff understand the many contexts in which students need to read and write effectively, and it provides instruction to meet those needs. For current events, contact WAC at http://www.unm.edu/%7ewac/.
Career Services: The UNM Office of Career Services offers career advisement, hosts career fairs, conducts on-campus recruiting, and holds workshops on career-related topics such as resume and c.v. writing, interviewing, and successful job-search strategies. These services are available to all UNM graduate students. For currently scheduled events and more information visit them at http://www.career.unm.edu/.