Goal: This session will introduce participants to a variety of strategies designed to move graduate students through the early stages of writing and on to the more advanced stages of editing and revising. Description: Despite the central role of writing in determining the success of Master’s and PhD students, there has traditionally been little explicit instruction in or sustained professional
The goal of this workshop is to inform about and raise awareness of best practices in writing reference letters. Register Here (After entering your ID in Minerva, click Registration for GPSO Graduate Workshop, Select GPS 325)
This workshop has been developed by the McGill Equity Subcommittee on Queer People. It is one in a series of events about Diversity at McGill being sponsored by the Dean of Students, Student Services, the Social Equity and Diversity Education Office and by Teaching and Learning Services.
Goal and Summary As most non-business graduate students do not have a background in business administration, the transition to non-research oriented professions can lead to a very steep learning curve. The goal of the Basic Business Skills workshop is to provide graduate students with a basic understanding of the principles of business administration. 10 major themes will be touched upon:
This intensive workshop covers the essentials of preparing for a career outside academia. Topics include job search strategies, self assessment, networking, cv writing, and interviewing.
UPCOMING RECRUITING EVENT Doctorate in Business Recruiting Forum Friday, June 18, 2010 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Hosted by: Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies & Teaching and Learning Services are offering various information sessions in the spring and fall 2010 to provide a venue for you to learn about graduate funding and ask questions. The type of information and depth of topics vary so please read the descriptions below carefully to make sure you attend whichever session(s) would be most useful. Basic Introd
Jaideep Oberoi (Finance) Thesis Proposal: Essays on Corporate Risk Management on Thurs., Feb. 18th at 10:00 a.m. in BRONF: 425
"Three Essays on Herding and Information in Financial Market", Thurs., Feb. 11th at 10:00 a.m. in BRONF: 425
Academic integrity issues, usually very complex, affect all members of the university community, but graduate students are particularly concerned by certain issues. The goal of the session is to engage graduate students and postdocs in questioning and discussing academic integrity issues in the context of a framework for ethical actions.