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GSAS Futures Workshops and Events

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Our key goal at GSAS Futures is to put together workshops, events, and panels that will help graduate students maximize their academic and professional potential.

This semester, Futures is hosting a number of events with various co-sponsors. In addition, the list below features professional development events being held by other university-wide offices that are relevant to our student's needs.

Details of future events are updated as needed.

Spring 2019 Event Details

Click on the link to the event in the calendar for more information.

April

  • Fulbright Information Session
    Monday, April 1, 2019 | 1 - 2 p.m.
    Rose Hill | Keating Hall, Room 319
  • The Office of Career Services and the Office of Multicultural Affairs: Global Diversity and Inclusion Conference
    Wednesday, April 3, 2019
    Rose Hill | McGinley Center, 2nd Floor
    Conference 12 - 4 p.m. (Student Registration begins 12 p.m.)
    Register here
    Networking Banquet- Dinner with Employers 6 - 8:30 p.m. (Business casual)
    Register here
  • Fulbright Information Session
    Thursday, April 4, 2019 | 1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
    Lincoln Center | Lowenstein, Room 1020
  • The 2019 Fordham Distinguished Lecture on Disability: Notes on Cure, Disability and Natural Worlds
  • Wednesday, April 10, 2019 | 6 - 8 p.m.
    Lincoln Center | Lowenstein, 12th Floor Lounge
    RSVP here
  • UN Career Event
    Thursday, April 11, 2019 | 11 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
    United Nations Headquarters
    RSVP here. (Deadline is March 29, 2019)

May

  • Facilitating an Inclusive Class Discussion 
    Wednesday, May 1, 2019  | 12 - 3 p.m.
    Rose Hill, McGinley Center, Room 237

    How do I get all my students involved in class discussion? What do I do when a student says something intentionally or unintentionally offensive? How do I have time for class discussion when there is so much material to cover? Attend this workshop to learn about strategies you can take to address these and other challenges to facilitating inclusive classroom discussions. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
    RSVP here
  • Managing Your Digital Academic Identity 
    Wednesday, May 1, 2019
    Lincoln Center, Lowenstein, Room 309 | 3 - 4 p.m.

    If you're not managing your digital identity, then someone else is. Learn best practices and tips
    for protecting your privacy and privacy online. Find out how to best leverage social media for
    teaching and research.
    RSVP here.

  • Beyond the Professoriate: 6th Annual Online Career Conference for PhDs
    May 4 - May 11, 2019
    20 Speakers | Attend Live or Watch Later | 30-Day Replay.
    Where: Online! Attend the conference from wherever you are via Zoom webinar.
    Video Replay: Watch all conference sessions on demand from May 15th, 2019 to June 15th, 2019.
    Who Should Attend: Graduate students, recent PhDs, postdocs, adjuncts, faculty members, and anyone else interested in learning about career options for PhDs!
    Cost: $59.00 (+ $5.23 fee) for a regular, individual ticket.
    RSVP here.

  • Moves Mentor Forum Luncheon and Awards: "Lift as you Rise"
    Thursday, May 9, 2019
    The Manattan Manor - 201 West 52nd St.

    Time  
    11:30 a.m. Registration and Refreshments
    12 p.m. Luncheon / Awards
       
    1 p.m. Register and Refreshments
    1:30 - 6 p.m. Panel Sessions
    (Guest Appearance: Noomi Rapace and Daymond John)

    Host: Taylor Schilling

    For eighteen years Moves Magazine has advocated for women's rights, social fairness and equal opportunity to its readers.

    Our celebration of 'Moves Mentor Awards' now in its 5th year. The 'Move Mentor' award is in recognition of, and to specifically highlight, the role individual women leaders play in shaping and forming the next generation; the energy, experience and expertise used in mentoring today's millennials into tomorrow's executives. Long identified as the most efficient and effective process to nurture and support the individual in realizing their potential, data shows that one-on-one mentoring is a symbiotic relationship, advantageous to all parties in that it develops the inter-personal skills of the mentor as well as benefiting the parent organisation in maintaining a skilled, savvy and loyal workforce. A successful mentor is empathetic and understanding but at the same time never loses sight of the value - in fact the necessity - for perspicacity in her every engagement with her mentoree; trust is the most valuable currency in the relationship. She recognizes she is an essential guide in the young woman's self-awareness and invaluable in pointing out opportunities and giving direction.

    NOTE: Students refunded with valid ID at admission - Panel sessions only (General Admissions)
    RSVP here

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