You can register for SLS workshops from the Academics tab in PAWS or at the links below.

Workshops for

Featured Events
Occasionally we offer special sessions including information sessions for our Peer Assisted Learning Program, or mock midterms and mock final exams for Biology 120 through Structured Study Sessions.

Undergraduate Students

Study Skills
Develop strong study skills to help succeed in your academic career. Workshops run Sept. - Nov. and Jan. - March.
Writing Workshops
Develop your academic writing skills including grammar and punctuation, writing style, and more.
Math and Stats
Get help with your assignments and build your math and stats skills.
Undergraduate Research Skills
Engaging in research is a valuable aspect of an undergraduate education. When you do research, you take control of your education and gain a sense of autonomy in your studies.
Smart Start
These workshops take place in September and set you up for a sucessful academic year.

Graduate Students

Grad Help
Workshops are delivered by peer-mentors on academic topics with which the peer mentor has experience. Occasionally workshops by faculty and recent PhDs are offered. Offered September through March.

Grad Writing
Tips and skills tailored for graduate-level writers. Offered throughout the year. Recordings of past workshops are available.

Library Researcher Series
The Library Researcher Series (LRS) provides workshops on interdisciplinary topics of relevance to the research of graduate students and faculty. More information and past workshops are available on the LRS Library Guide

Upcoming Workshops