Grad Help

Grad Help workshops are workshops delivered by peer mentors, that is graduate students with some graduate school under their belt that volunteer to help their fellow grad students.  The workshops are on academic topics that the peer mentor has experience in. We also occasionally offer workshops by faculty and recent PhDs. These workshops are delivered from September to March.


Graduate Writing Workshops

Writing workshops are scheduled from September through March. If you cannot attend one of our workshops, you can contact the writing help coordinator by emailing writinghelp@usask.ca for handouts and/or slides. 

We can also give you access to recordings of some past workshops, such as Writing in Native Studies, and Writing the Literature Review.

Library Researcher Series

The Library Researcher Series (LRS) provides workshops on interdisciplinary topics of relevance to the research of graduate students and faculty. All sessions are free! If you wish to follow along with some of the sessions, please bring your own laptop or borrow one from the Library.

Questions or comments? Check out our guide or contact carolyn.doi@usask.ca