Come hang out with your colleagues for a fun breakfast networking hour. Presentation and Panel Date: Monday, March 19, 2018 Time: - PM Location: SSB 2790 Are you looking for mechanisms to fund your graduate education outside of assistantships?
Registration: https://gradbagelbonanza.Winning the MONEY! Come and get practical advice about the fellowship application and award process, from the Graduate College and your peers on campus who have secured support.
East Side Grad Student Bagel Bonanza Date: Monday, March 19, 2018 Time: - AM Location: 650 University Hall Come to our Kick-off Event for Graduate Student Appreciation Week.
Free Bagels, Coffee and treats for all graduate students.
You only have 2 minutes to describe your experience, research, or groundbreaking proposal. Join the workshop, "Pitching Your Skills," where we will focus on crafting clear and concise self-introductions that carry maximum impact.
Registration: https://pitchingyourskills2018.Free Professional Head Shots for Graduate Students Date: Friday, March 23, 2018 Time: AM – PM Location: University Hall 650 It is important to have a quality professional photograph for your Linked In or other social media profiles.
We will explore gender and sexuality broadly with a particular focus on the context of higher education.You will leave this session with great information and an assessment that allows you to find your own personal love language.Registration: https://lovelanguages2018.Westside Pastry Party Date: Tuesday March 20, 2018 Time: - AM Location: GEMS Library Room 317, College of Medicine, 1853 W. Come enjoy free pastries and coffee and mingle with fellow Graduate Students. Registration: https://westsidepastryparty.Interview and Negotiation Workshop Date: Tuesday, March 20, 2018 Time: - PM Location: SSB 2790 The Graduate College and Career Services invite you to join us for a workshop that will help you refresh your interview skills and negotiate an employment offer with confidence.“Relaxed” and “calm” are the words used by students to describe how they feel after this workshop.Take an hour out of your week to help find a way to manage the stress in your life.Registration: https://chairmassage2018.Developing and Using Your Individual Development Plan * Date: Thursday March 22, 2018 Time: - PM Location: SSB 2790 In this workshop, you will begin to develop an IDP and an action plan to facilitate conversations with your advisor about career goals, current and desired skills, and development opportunities.We will discuss how to define achievable goals, identify resources, and develop strategies for implementing and sustaining your plans. Registration: https://marchidp2018.Pitching Your Skills Date: Thursday March 22, 2018 Time: - PM Location: SSB 2790 You're in an elevator, at a conference, or at a party, meeting someone very important.Graduate and professional students will have the opportunity to engage in meaningful conversations and reflect on LGBTQIA identities and issues to increase their understanding and awareness.Students will also connect the knowledge to their roles as graduate and professional students in their respective fields.Swiping left and right has become a norm in the dating world for most single millennials. Some, or perhaps many, will argue that the whole idea of online dating is narcissistic and unauthentic, but when it comes down to it we’re all guilty of using at least one of the apps when we’re single.We break down the pros and cons of two of the most popular ones: Tinder and Bumble.). No one in their early 20s is really going to want to pay .99 a month for a slighter chance of a hook up.