In just a few days, on October 22, Jennifer Askey will lead a workshop for graduate students entitled “Develop Your Career Vision” in Hodges Library 253. From 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., the workshop will take you through a series of exercises that examine what makes a “good life” for you, including your ideal working conditions. You can register for this event on Handshake.
Planning to apply to graduate school, but you’d like to get some instruction on how to write an effective personal statement for your application? The Center for Career Development and The Writing Center are hosting a Graduate School Admissions Essay Workshop on October 23 from 4:00–5:30 p.m. in room 225 of the Center for Career Development.
On October 9, as part of Graduate School Prep Month, our own Ernest L. Brothers, Associate Dean of the Graduate School, will take part in a panel on funding graduate school. The panel, sponsored by the Center for Career Development & the Financial Aid Office, will take place in CCD 229 from 4:00–5:30 p.m.
On October 9, the Center for Career Development will be hosting a panel on funding graduate school. This event, which will take place from 4:00–5:30 p.m.in room 229 at the Center for Career Development, is part of the Graduate School Prep Month activities. Our own Ernest L. Brothers, Associate Dean of the Graduate School, will be on hand to take part as a panelist.
On October 22, 2018, from 5:00–8:00p.m., in Hodges Library 253, graduate students will have an opportunity to help develop a vision for their careers. Led by Jennifer Askey, PhD, CPCC, this work shop takes graduate students through a series of exercises that examine what makes for a “good life” for you, including your ideal working conditions. This workshop is co-sponsored by the Center for Career Development, the Graduate School, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Graduate Student Senate, and Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures. You can register for this event on Handshake. For more information on professional development opportunities for graduate students, please visit the GPSPD page.
Next week, OIT invites you to a LinkedIn Clinic where you can get professional headshot photos, LinkedIn consultations and webpage consultations. The clinic will be available at the Hodges Library Commons North from 10:00 a.m.–3:30 p.m. on September 19 and September 20. You are invited to drop-in anytime. There are also scheduled workshops on webpage development and Lynda.com as part of this clinic on Wednesday, September 19. These are great opportunities to help prepare you for your future career, so take advantage!
On Thursday, September 20 from 3:40 p.m. to 4:55 p.m. PEER will be hosting a webinar on time management. This webinar will be facilitated by Caroline Szymeczek, PhD, President of Integrated Learning Innovations, Inc. For more information and registration, visit peer.utk.edu.
On September 13, from 11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m. at Hodges Library, room 253, the Center for Career Development and the Graduate Student Senate will be hosting the Life Beyond Graduate School Brown Bag Series. The topic for this session will be branding, and how this relates to your career path and goals. The event is B.Y.O.L (Bring Your Own Lunch), but drinks and dessert will be provided.
If you are planning to conduct any research that will involve human subjects, you will be working with your IRB. Knowing the requirements and procedures is critical to navigating the application process. The IRB and members of the Human Research Protection Program (HRPP) want to help you understand the process and answer your questions. Over the month of September, there are IRB 101 Workshops scheduled and they are open to anyone who wishes to learn how to receive human subjects approval for research at UT. Get a list of the workshops for September and register (not required, but encouraged) at tiny.utk.edu/irb-101. If you have any questions about the workshops, contact the IRB at email@example.com.
Working with the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning (CIRTL), the University of Oklahoma (OU), the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-Madison), Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), the University of Georgia (UGA), and Louisiana State University (LSU) are coming together to provide an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) workshop series to help graduate and undergraduate students submit a competitive GRFP proposal. To find out more and register, go to CIRTL and sign in. If you don’t have a CIRTL account, yet, there are instructions at Teaching and Learning Innovation. Look for the Upcoming Event entitled “Writing an Effective NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program Proposal” and register.