Second Invest in Your Future, Summer Edition Success Symposium to be Held June 5
The Graduate School will host the second Invest in Your Future, Summer Edition Student Success Symposium on Tuesday, June 5 from 9 am-4:30 pm in the Edward St. John Teaching and Learning Center.
With three concurrent tracks of sessions focused on writing, career planning, and developing professional skills, the symposium aims to launch participants into a productive summer. Master’s and doctoral students, as well as postdocs, can benefit from attending.
This symposium requires a completed registration and paid deposit. This event is free, but you are required to reserve your spot by paying a $15 deposit. You will receive a refund of your deposit if you check into the event or if you cancel your registration by May 30, 2018 at 5pm.The refund of your deposit will be processed 5-7 business days after the event. The link to the register and pay your deposit are below. Space is limited!
Deposit Payment: https://go.umd.edu/SummerSuccessSymposium
If you have any questions about this event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 301-405-3644.
Schedule (subject to revision):
9:15-9:30: Check In and Breakfast
10:00-11:15: Session 1
11:30-12:45: Session 2
12:45-2:00 Lunch (1 hour) and wellness break (15 mins)
2:00-3:15: Session 3
3:15-4:30: Social Hour- Trivia
|Session||Track: Communication is Key!||Track: Prepare Yourself!||Track 3: Develop Your Skills!|
Planning your next conference: From selection to submission to delivery
Help! I am graduating with a PhD or Finishing a Postdoc in the Next Year and I don't know what I'm Doing Next
|Time Management, with Kimberly Bethea and Joanna Drinane from Learning Assistance Services in the UMD Counseling Center|
Polishing your prose: Revising and writing with style
Networking Your Way to Your Next Job Opportunity
|SPIN Funding Database-- Searching for grants and other funding opportunities|
|3||Presenting yourself virtually: why, where and how||What are you going to do with your PhD? (Career Planning for early stage doctoral students)||Getting ready for your fall course (led by Marissa Stewart, Teaching and Learning Transformation Center and graduate student instructors)|