- Students interested in joining or leaving the mentorship program can change their status using this form
- CS@VT Grad Students Facebook Group: In addition to sending out email, we’ll make frequent posts here.
- Social events Slack channel: Students and Grad Council members use this to plan miscellaneous (informal) weekend trips and afternoons / evenings out. The name is currently pending revision, please ignore “Summer 2019” references.
Changing your Research Hours
Steps to change your research hours (CS 5994 for MS and CS 7994 for PhD):
- Signup for the required research hours course
- Go to Schedule and Options menu
- Click on the credit hours
- Replace the value (default 1) with the number of research hours you want
- Click the submit button
VT run calendars
- The general webpage for looking at calendars
- A more detailed insight into VT calendars here; to add these calendars to your GMail calendar
- copy the subscribe url
- paste the url into the “Add calendar from URL” Menu
- replace the webcal:/// with https://
- The Grad Council Calendar link
Printing and Web Hosting
Conference Presentation Templates
Here are the slides for talks made by various graduate students from our department.
Feel free to use one of them as a template for your next talk.
- Jamie Davis’s “Event Handler Poisoning” slides: Powerpoint
- Tyler Chang’s “Poly-Time Multivariate Interpolation via the DLT” slides: PDF, Beamer source
- Thomas Lux’s “Novel Meshes for Multivariate Interpolation and Approximation” slides: PDF, Keynote
Here is the information that Grad Council has collected on the academic job search from previous students:
This may be possible within your last semester.
Please email Sara Hooshangi and the Graduate School asking about this.