Workshops for November 2020
Writing Support Services is hosting a thesis/dissertation writing group beginning on Monday, November 9, 2020. Participation is open to all SPH students working on any stage of their thesis or dissertation. Participants will meet virtually every Monday through Webex. Because of space and time constraints, participation in the writing group is limited to 6 participants, and will be done on a first-come, first-served basis. Participants with good records will automatically be included in the following month’s writing group until they either finish their thesis or dissertation, or decide they no longer want to participate in the writing group. For more information and to register, click here.
The SPH Library will be hosting a virtual workshop on RefWorks, a citation management system, on Wednesday, November 18, 2020. This workshop will cover the basics of Refworks, such as setting up an account, adding and modifying citations, and creating bibliographies. We encourage students from all SPH campuses to attend this workshop hosted through Zoom. To learn more and register for this virtual workshop, click here.
ATTENTION RECENT GRADUATES
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there is a slight delay in the online publication of SPH theses and dissertations in DigitalCommons@TMC. We appreciate your patience as we continue working diligently to process and upload them.
During the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the UTHealth SPH Library & Graduate Communication Center (LGCC) remains strongly committed to providing resources and delivering services to the UTHealth SPH community while adhering to safety guidelines and policies. At this time, the library is open only to UTHealth SPH students, staff, and faculty, but it is limiting the maximum number of people allowed in its space. Per UTHealth policy and CDC guidelines, masks are required to enter the RAS Building and the library. Keep in mind that many, if not all, LGCC resources and services can be accessed remotely across our various online guides and teleconferencing software. Let's work together to ensure that we all stay safe and healthy as we continue the Fall 2020 semester!