A Program for Doctoral Students at Mac Campus
A sense of community as well as support for the development of core competencies are key to academic success and student well-being. Named after the successful “Connected Academics” project developed by MLA in 2019, this initiative is designed to support doctoral students in Agriculture and Environmental Sciences in their personal, professional, and academic growth, and to create a space for interdisciplinary reflection on their scholarly work.
The program consists of monthly 90 minute sessions that will take place over lunch hour (food provided). The monthly topic (see below) will be introduced, followed by a discussion that will be co-facilitated by an AES postdoc and a member of the GPS student engagement team.
Register now for an upcoming session:
Learn more about the Connected Academics Program and its mission. We will discuss how to stay healthy and foster a meaningful grad school experience.
January 19, 2023
11:30am – 1:00pm
Get advice on developing academic writing skills and developing good writing habits in grad school.
February 2, 2023
11:30am – 1:00pm
Hear the stories and experiences of AES Alumni. Join us to discover various paths beyond your graduate experience.
March 2, 2023
11:30am - 1:00pm
Learn about the benefits of creating an Individual Development Plan that will help you to set goals for your graduate journey.
April 6, 2023
Former award recipients and experienced faculty members will talk about their strategies for navigating the academic funding landscape.
May 4, 2023
For additional information on the Connected Academics Program, contact jennifer.guyver [at] mcgill.ca (Jennifer Guyver).
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