Letter of Recognition Programs

The Graduate Student Learning Initiative offers several Letters of Recognition to recognize students who have taken the initiative to develop new skills through the workshops offered by the GSLI and its partners. The Dean of Graduate Studies issues the Letters to students who have completed a required number of sessions related to a particular theme.

A Letter of Recognition is usually earned by full attendance of a workshop series. Registration is available through the online event registration system.

GSLI Workshop Series that are part of the Letter of Recognition program include:

  • BrainFood- (GSLI Letter of Recognition in Research and Writing)
  • Scholarly Project & Research Management Course- (GSLI Letter of Recognition in Research Management)
  • SAS- (GSLI Letter of Recognition for Data Analysis-SAS)
  • SPSS- (GSLI Letter of Recognition for Data Analysis- SPSS)

Open Learning and Educational Support (OpenEd) Letter of Recognition:

Open Learning and Educational Support (OpenEd) offers a Recognition of Participation Letter for students who have completed twelve hours of teaching development through their Graduate Student Teaching Development Program.  Eligible training sessions include the OpenEd Interdisciplinary Workshop Series, the Winter Teaching Workshop, and the Fall Conference on University Teaching.

More information can be found on the Open Learning and Educational Support website.