GRADUATE STUDENT SUCCESS WORKSHOPS
The Graduate Student Success workshops are workshops sponsored by The Office of Graduate Studies, The RIT Office of Cooperative Education and Career Services and Graduate Departments across the university. All of these workshops offer ways to become more successful as a Graduate Student. Please note the time and location for each workshop since they are offered in different locations with different start times. If you have any questions please contact Rauncie Ryan at LRRGLA@rit.edu
March 7th 2:00 - 2:50 p.m. -Effective Job Search Strategies - Carlson bldg 76, room 1125
March 10th 3:00 - 3:50 p.m. -Using Social Media in your Job Search - Carlson bldg 76, room 1125
March 12th 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Informational Interviewing - This seminar will cover the why and how to conducting informational interviews and provide the participants with an opportunity to develop and practice their "elevator" speech/introduction. Led by Peggy Tirrell - LOW(12)-1225/35 Multipurpose Room
March 17th 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Graduate Thesis: The Endgame! - This Seminar will be lead by RIT library staff and will cover various aspects of thesis binding and submission in the library. - 3rd floor of the Library in the Biblab
April 2nd 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. - Presenting your Research - Join us for a discussion about how to present your work at a conference or symposium. This is a great workshop for those preparing to present at our Symposium on April 18th. - Stan McKenzie Commons on the first floor of Liberal Arts Hall, bldg 6
April 4th 3:00 - 3:50 p.m. -Interviewing Tips -Carlson bldg 76, room 1125
Wednesday April 16th
Graduate Thesis: The Endgame!
Noon - Wallace Library - Third Floor Bib Lab
This workshop is geared toward those graduate students planning to defend a thesis or dissertation in May or August. Library staff members will lead the workshop informing you of the requirements for submitting print and electronic copies of your final work. They will discuss how and where to submit in print and electronically as well as where your electronic work will be available for the world to view and download! They will also discuss how to apply for an embargo of your work if necessary. This is a great opportunity to ask questions about title pages, signatures, abstracts, costs, editing, and general guidelines. Attending this workshop will help you understand all the steps in the process and will make a very stressful time in your graduate career proceed smoothly.
Wednesday April 16th 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. Facilitated by Peggy Tirrell
LOW(12)-1225/35 Multipurpose Room
Informational Interviewing - This seminar will cover the why and how to conducting informational interviews and provide the participants with an opportunity to develop and practice their "elevator" speech/introduction.
April 29th 4:00 - 4:50 p.m. -How to Write a CV - Carlson bldg 76, room 1125
May 7th 12:00 - 1:30 p.m. -Special Guest Speaker - Speaker to be announced - Stan McKenzie Commons on the first floor of Liberal Arts Hall, bldg 6
Check back often workshops may be added as the semester progresses. We are listening to what you have requested and trying to take care of all your workshop needs. If your department is holding a workshop that all graduate students would be welcome to please contact Rauncie at the email address above so it can be added to our great lineup of workshops for graduate student success.