PSU Grad Student Resources
Employee Self-Service Information Center – pay history and tax information may be found here (not on eLion)
Real Analysis Course Notes – Notes compiled by Lee Larson at University of Louisville
Student Software Store – free Office 2011 for Windows and Mac
Table of Stipends for Grad Students – (effective Fall/Spring 2014-2015) What to expect to be paid per year/semester/month. Base rates start at Grade 13, but increase if you have been offered additional fellowships. Ask Naomi and/or Mel for your pay grade.
Remote Printing – prints to first floor hallway printer in Thomas. Make sure you disable any ad blocker software.
Resources for all Grad Students
RStudio – RStudio is a set of integrated tools designed to help you be more productive with R. It includes a console, syntax-highlighting editor that supports direct code execution, as well as tools for plotting, history, debugging and workspace management. (see also Shiny for web applications in R)
Tips for TAs – master post of submitted teaching tips on Tumblr
Spreeder – An absolutely mind boggling, yet highly effective way to speed read! You really have to check it out to understand, but trust me this is an absolute must have on your browser.
PDF Extractor – Extracts texts, photos, etc from PDF files. Perfect for getting text to speed read with Spreeder!
Equation Editor for Chrome – Allows you to intuitively create equations in your browser and then provides the accompanying LaTeX code.
Flowchart for Statistical Distribution Choices – Trust me this will be useful