Faculty Resources

Faculty in related areas on the UMCP campus

Faculty in related areas off campus:

PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT INDIVIDUAL FACULTY MEMBERS TO INQUIRE FURTHER ABOUT THEIR AREAS OF RESEARCH SPECIALIZATION AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR DOCTORAL STUDY

Additional Resources

Space:

  • Lockers: See Kay (clinic office) to get assigned locker
  • Desks (0133) with cubbies: See Valerie (main office) to get a desk assignment. Note: desk assignments are ONLY for students who actually need a desk to work at; if you simply need a place to store materials, and will spend most of your work time in your lab, please request a locker instead.
  • Library Carrels: http://www.lib.umd.edu/services/carrels/home

Departmental talks:

Other colloquia/talks on campus:

Other training programs/affiliate programs/certificate programs:

Teaching & Learning Transformations Center - http://tltc.umd.edu/

  • Offers a number of valuable resources for graduate students, including CTE-Lilly Graduate Teaching Fellows Program, Grant Writing Seminar for Grad Students, etc.  
  • Magnetoencephalography (MEG). UMD has an MEG facility as part of Linguistics; it is intended for use by multiple researchers across campus. As such, there is a lab manager in charge, and both computer resources and support for people from other departments. http://ling.umd.edu/psycholinguistics/
  • PhD Completion workshop series: These workshops take place on Fridays from 4:30-6:30pm. They are free, but require preregistration. Workshops are on topics such as preparing a proposal, preparing a dissertation, writing a CV, IRBs, teaching portfolios, applying for national scholarships & fellowships, conducing a job search, organizing for a job interview, as well as networking and mentorship opportunities.
  • ASHA: http://www.asha.org/Students/graduate-students/
  • MARC program - Mentoring for Academic-Research Careers. This is an 8 month program in which you communicate via email with a Mentor. Find out more at: http://www.asha.org/students/gatheringplace/marc/
  • Grad Research Interaction Day (GRID): This is a campus-wide, conference style event where research done by graduate students at the University is presented and discussed by faculty and students from many departments and schools.

A selection of other Funding Opportunities:

Although part of Undergraduate Studies, graduate students can also make appointments to meet with staff about opportunities.

 

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07/12/2021 - 10:27 am