Introduction to Information Management for Doctoral Students

Doctoral students interact with vast quantities of information from numerous sources that come in many formats and in various languages. It is a daunting challenge to manage and document information repeatedly and for multiple projects, including doctoral dissertation research as well as unimagined projects in the distant future–a problem reported…

Writing in the Social Sciences

Part of the series Writing in the Disciplines, this event will give doctoral students the opportunity to hear established scholars share their writing strategies: what works for them, and what has not worked; common mistakes they see doctoral students making a series; and challenges that new doctoral students should anticipate.…

Peer Mentoring Meet and Greet for Spring 2022

The Doctoral Student Peer Mentoring Program connects students who are new to the University of Illinois and Champaign-Urbana area with established peers in the doctoral program. The goal of this program is to build a year-round professional and personal support network among doctoral students across academic units on campus. The…

Welcome to the Doctoral Research Support Program

The Doctoral Research Support Program (DRSP) is a campus-wide one-year pilot initiative that assists doctoral students enrolled at the University of Illinois. Funded by the University, the DRSP’s core service areas include general research support and consultation, information management training, assistance with literature reviews, peer-to-peer mentoring, writing, teaching support, publishing…