Help with writing progress leading to completion of the thesis, dissertation, or capstone
MS, Chemistry, Spring 2019
Boot camp training was what I really needed because it created an atmosphere for me
to successfully write my thesis. It drew my attention to all of the necessary information,
software, tools, websites, and databases that I needed for my thesis. It provided
me with faculty members that taught and guided me on how to use latest tools for my
During the boot camp training, I had the opportunity to get answers to all my questions
about thesis writing. It showed me that I can discipline myself and write my thesis
for more than 10 hours in a day if I want to. God bless y'all.
For details and descriptions, click on the "SCHEDULE" tab below
What is Boot Camp?
Boot Camp is a series of workshops that provide information to help graduate students
get started, stay on track, and finish a major writing project such as a thesis, dissertation,
capstone project, or research paper.
Boot Camp also offers access to the dedicated faculty and staff, who are the best
resources for graduate-level writing.
Choose which weekend works best for you, or register for more than one. Attendance
is required for the weekend you register for.
Why attend Boot Camp?
To help writing progress leading to completion of a major writing or research project,
a thesis, a dissertation, or capstone project.
The best way to know how to decide if boot camp is right for you is to ask your committee
or hear from past campers. Although the structure for Boot Camp has changed, the resources
are still invauable and the library is still the best place on campus to get your
work done! Click here to find out what others have said about boot camp.
When is the next Boot Camp?
Weekend 1: Getting Started. September 9th-10th, 2022
Weekend 2: Working Research Projects. September 23rd-24th, 2022
Weekend 3: Finishing Your Research Project. October 14th-15th, 2022
Each boot camp weekend will provide identical and concurrent offerings via Zoom and
in-person in Sherrod Library, room 309, for on-ground and online participation.