Office of Graduate Studies
Join Us at Our Upcoming Open Forum on Graduate Programs! - new!
The Office of Graduate Studies and the Strategic Analysis of Graduate Programs Steering Committee invites the campus community to attend our upcoming open forum, where we will share the progress we have made thus far on our strategic analysis. This analysis focuses on the status of our graduate programs, and is the first step in developing a strategic plan to guide our programs’ the growth and development.
Date & Location:
Wednesday, April 26, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm, Eucalyptus Room (Lower Commons)
More information can be found on the Strategic Analysis pages of our website. We look forward to seeing you at the Open Forum!
Graduate Assistant Needed! - new!
Office of Assessment & Research in College of Education is recruiting a Graduate Assistant. Under immediate supervision, the Graduate Assistant will assist with various professional, technical, and research based duties associated generally with the subjects or programs in the COE Dean's Office.
For more information, please click the Graduate Assistant Job Description.
Upcoming Graduate Student Workshops
Avoiding Plagiarism in your Thesis, Project, or Dissertation
Find out what plagiarism is and how to avoid it through the proper use of citations, better paraphrasing, and organizing your research. The workshop will also explain how Turnitin.com is used to check for plagiarism during the thesis, project and dissertation review process. Monday, April 10, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm, Panorama Room, Lower Commons
Submission and Review Process Wokshop
This workshop describes the process for submitting a thesis, project, or dissertation to the Office of Graduate Studies for format review. We will explain the electronic submission process, required forms, deadlines, and resources for formatting your document. Monday, April 17, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm, Panorama Room, Lower Commons.
Thesis Digitization Project (Scholarworks)
Prior to 2014, CSUSB theses, projects, and dissertations were available as hard-copy only. Pfau Library is at work on a project to digitize its collection of hard-copy theses and make them available on the internet via CSUSB Scholarworks. For more information or to opt out of digitization, see the Thesis Digitization Project or contact librarian Stacy Magedanz, email@example.com