Graduate Student Resources

Upcoming Events

Dissertation Writing Camp
This free event is held for doctoral students at any stage in the dissertation process. These writing camps provide a quiet place for students to write and come together with other doctoral students in the dissertation process. This event will be hosted in rooms 116 and 117 of the Porter Education Building on June 10th, 17th, and 24th. Please if interested plan to attend all three consecutive Saturday's.

Please contact Molly Tarter to register.

University Research Links

Nvivo Users Group
The CEHD Office of Research and Graduate Studies hosts meetings of interested researchers who would like to learn more about this qualitative data analysis tool. Discussions are informal, and topics of interest are solicited in advance of each meeting. The groups gathers as needed in ERTC Room 201C (2nd Floor Porter Building) where the desktops all have Nvivo. Please email christine.payne @ if you would like your name added to the distribution list.

Library Resources
The UofL Libraries hold membership in the Association of Research Libraries, the most prestigious library association in North America. The libraries serve as the university's intellectual center, fulfilling the information and research needs of a diverse population on and off campus through collections of more than 2.2 million books, journals, media and microforms, and through access to a myriad of electronic resources.

Information Technology (IT) Resources
UofL offers a wide variety of IT resources and support.

Professional Development
Professional Development is offered through the School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies and through the Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning.

Writing Center
UofL offers assistance with writing skills at the University Writing Center.