- Resources and Guides
- UW Graduate School Professional Development Workshops: The Graduate School offers many free seminars and workshops throughout the year geared toward all aspects of graduate education
- UW Grad Connections Weekly Newsletter: Subscribe to this weekly newsletter provided by the Office of Professional Development and Engagement for information on tips for grads, deadlines, professional development and funding opportunities, etc.
- Delta Program: Research, teaching and learning community for faculty, postdocs and graduates students
- Surviving and Thriving in Graduate School: offers various resources from getting into graduate school to finding a job after graduation to getting tenure.
- Sigma Delta
Epsilon, Graduate Women in Science (GWIS): promotes the entrance and advancement of women in science with a committment to foster the careers of women science professionals
- Career Development
- UWIDP: The UW Individual Development Plan in Science Careers complements the UW Grad School's workshops and speakers, and provides information about Individual Development Plans, dissertation help, career development guidance, and more
- The Versatile PhD: website for students interested in exploring non-academic careers, includes resources such as succesful resume and cover letter examples and first-person narratives
- Developing your career: information from the UW Grad School on career exploration, applying for academic and non-academic jobs, and finding postdoctoral positions
- MyIDP: My Individual Development Plan in Science Careers helps students explore career possibilities and set goals to follow a career path that best suits each individual
- @UWMadGSEd: Follow the UW Grad School on Twitter to stay up-to-date on graduate education issues in the news, event announcements, and online discussions
- Community and Outreach
- Science Outreach on Campus: this is your link to science outreach programs throughout the UW-Madison campus including Science Expeditions, Wisconsin Science Festival, etc.
- Wednesday Nite @ the Lab: Discover the latest from UW-Madison researchers as they describe their investigations that are changing how we look at life and how we lead our lives
- Biology Outreach Club (BOC): Brings hands-on science activities and presentations to all ages of the public to help others experience the wonder and excitement of science as well as provide a place for graduate students in the biological sciences to discuss ideas and issues in informal science education
- Science and Medicine Graduate Research Scholars (SciMed GRS): This program strives to enhance the experiences of underrepresented graduate students