GSAS Professional Development Workshop Series
GSAS’s Professional Development Workshop Series was created in the fall of 2007 to foster GSAS students’ career development. Each semester the Office of Student Development covers topics ranging from publishing in a particular field, to the place of women in academia, to using technology to successfully market oneself. The program invites successful GSAS alumni and faculty to discuss issues related to career socialization and preparation in a small and personal seminar atmosphere.
Through the Professional Development Workshop series, GSAS connect current students with alumni and faculty, building a network that can provide them with informational interviews, professional advice, and potential mentors in their fields of interest.
fall 2012 workshops
Three Part Improv Training Series
GSAS is going to offer a three part Improv Training series. These will be half-day sessions and will be offered free of charge to up to 16 GSAS students.
1st Workshop | October 22 | 04:00 - 07:00 PM | Mcginley Center Music Room
2nd Workshop | Monday, November 12 | 04:00 - 07:00 PM | Venue: Campbell Multipurpose Room
3rd Workshop | Distilling Your Message | Rescheduled for Spring Semester
Read about our pilot Improv workshop launched at the 2012 GSAS Orientation here.
How to Network
Thursday, November 29, 2012
3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Keating 124 | Rosehill Campus
Speaker: Cassie Sklarz, Associate Director/Manager of Special Programs and Assessment of the Office of Career Services
Register for the event