Thriving in Graduate School Workshop Series
The Thriving in Graduate School Series has been suspended for Spring 2018 due to low application numbers for the PROV 601 seminar.
Join us for “Creating a Professional Brand and Strategies for Networking“ on Friday, February 9, 2018 1:30-2:50pm in Fenwick Library Room 1014B. Click here to learn more and to register.
Visit the Graduate Student Life Events page to find out about other career and professional development workshops and other opportunities for Mason graduate students.
The Stearns Center for Teaching and Learning and Graduate Student Life present “Thriving in Graduate School,” a professional development workshop series designed for Mason graduate students to explore the opportunities and challenges of graduate school with an eye toward facilitating your success in graduate education and in your career. Join Dr. Laura Lukes, Assistant Director for the Stearns Center, and invited guest facilitators to learn strategies for making the most of your graduate program at Mason.
These workshops are offered in conjunction with PROV 601: “Thriving in Your Graduate Program: Fostering Graduate Student Success,” a seminar offered by the Stearns Center for Teaching and Learning. The application process for PROV 601 for Spring 2018 has closed.