Resources to Help with the Transition from Box to OneDrive
As the university gets closer to its transition away from the storage site Box, University
Information Technology would like to remind the MSU community how they can play a
part in the successful migration of their data.
- Clean up your collaborators. To make it easier for UIT to assist individuals, use the Box Shares Report folder
to review current collaborators on files and folders. Learn more by visiting Box Transition How-To prepare videos
- Reduce the number of files and folders. Delete any unnecessary documents or folders to expedite migration time.
- Learn more about OneDrive for Business (OneDrive) and SharePoint Document Libraries.
Review the Box Transition Resources
Institute of Translational Health Sciences TL1 Informational Session
Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2-3 p.m.
Announcing a unique opportunity for some of MSU’s health-oriented graduate students:
In partnership with the University of Washington Institute of Translational Health Sciences (ITHS), a one-year mentored research training program in translational science for predoctoral
Six MSU students per year will be selected for grants, which provide one full year
of funding for predoctoral students enrolled in a program leading to a PhD in a health
science research-related doctoral degree program, or a combined doctoral level professional
degree with a clinical research-related advanced degree. Selected students receive
a one-year stipend at the NIH NRSA levels, tuition, and up to $1,500 in funding to
support student-specific research activities.
There will be an informational session via WebEx on Wednesday, Jan. 5, from 2-3 p.m. to answer questions.
Please note the short turnaround time for this year’s cycle. The deadline for an application is Jan. 15, 2022. The good news is the application process is not onerous. All interested students
are welcome to attend the info session to learn more about this unique opportunity.
Asian Student Interracial Assn. Research and Creativity Celebration
Tuesday, Feb. 1, 4:30-6:30 p.m.
Where: Inspiration Hall
2022 is the year of the tiger! To celebrate, the Asian Student Interracial Association will share their research and creative work with the MSU community. A networking
event for attendees will follow the speaker session. Our goal for this event is to celebrate, elevate, and connect AAPI voices in creative and research fields
at MSU. AAPI graduate students, faculty, and undergraduate students are encouraged
to apply to present a 5-10 minute presentation on their work.
MSU Library Open House
Tuesday, Jan. 18, 3-6 p.m.
Where: MSU Renee Library
MSU Library invites faculty, staff, grad students and the Bozeman community to an
Open House to enjoy food, beverages, and networking while learning about the resources and services
offered by the library and campus partners. The event will celebrate the theme of
reading, reflecting the joy and importance of reading in our personal, intellectual
and professional lives.
Join these online workshops and learn how to use Panopto, MSU’s new institutionally-supported lecture
Wednesday, Jan. 5
or Friday, Jan. 21
In this workshop you will learn how to:
- Log into and explore your Panopto account.
- Record, edit, and share videos.
- Embed videos into D2L/Brightspace courses.
Thursday, Jan. 13
In this workshop you will learn how to improve your Panopto videos, and add the following
to your Panopto videos:
- Presentation slides
- A table of contents
- Revised captions
For more information about Panopto, please visit the Panopto page on the Academic Technology & Outreach website.
Introduction to OER: a textbook review workshop
Tuesday, Jan. 11
10 a.m.-12 noon
Learn more about open education and why it is important to our students. This workshopwill provide an introduction and overview of open educational resources (OER), how
to find them, understanding of open licenses, and answer questions you may have about
MSU Writing Center services for Graduate Writers
The MSU Writing Center offers ongoing support to students working on graduate-level
writing in the following ways:
One-on-one appointments, both in-person and online with graduate or undergraduate peer tutors: Make a tutoring appointment.
Interdisciplinary graduate writing studios, a small group of graduate students who meet regularly to work on improving their
own writing and give feedback to others. Read more and register to join a group at the MSU Writing Center’s website.
Focus Fridays, a weekly “write with us” time for grad students to work alongside each other in
the Writing Center on Fridays from 9 a.m.-12 noon. Tutors are available to answer
questions. Can’t make it to campus? Join us online on MS Teams.
For more information, go to www.montana.edu/writingcenter/graduate_writers or contact our Graduate Program Coordinator, Erin Strickland, at [email protected] or
call (406) 994-5315.