Feb27

GRAD 360 Presenting Your Work for Diverse Audiences

2:00 pm to 3:15 pm

E-106 Martin Hall, Dean's Conference Room

This workshop will focus on presenting work (written, oral and digitally) for diverse audiences.  Components of this interactive session will include 1) the negative instance — failure to take audience into consideration; 2) the positive instance — how audiences are created in novels; 3) cultivating writing communities and writing groups as ways to experience audience immediately; and 4) cultivating the private dimension of writing. Workshop participants can expect Read More

Feb28

GRAD 360 Sleeping Through Graduate School:

How Sleep Can Help Your Success and Well-Being

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

203 Watt Family Innovation Center

Feb28

Crafting Your Résumé and Cover Letter

5:30 pm to 6:30 pm

Suite 316, Hendrix Center

A good cover letter always accompanies a resume when you apply for an internship or full-time position. This seminar will provide graduate students with tips, formats, and approaches to targeting your resume and cover letter to make you stand out from other applicants. It is important to understand what companies expect to see in both your content and layout. Bring a hard copy of a resume and cover letter and position description with you, so you can leave the workshop with tips for tail Read More

Feb28

Five Faces of Oppression:

Understanding Interlocking Systems

7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

317 Old Main

Think. Ask. Transform.

Diversity Curriculum & Pedagogy Lab

Join us in exploring innovative and culturally relevant diversity education strategies to improve the learning and lives of Clemson students, and beyond.

Participants will walk through an activity led by Higher Education and Student Affairs Assistant Professor Dr. Rachel Wagner and Educational Leadership doctoral student Becky Morgan to understand Young’s (2004) "Five Faces of Oppression" which manifest in the Read More

Mar01

Copyright and Plagiarism:

Untangling the Knot

12:00 pm to 1:30 pm

118 Academic Success Center

This seminar qualifies for one RCR credit hour.

Plagiarism and copyright violations, while distinct in their legal and professional impacts, share common roots in the misuse of intellectual property. Join Andrew Wesolek and Kirsten Dean to explore some of the fundamentals of each, their similarities, and differences. Participants will come away with a greater understanding of the law (copyright) and academic integrity (plagiarism), as well as strategies for avoid running afoul of either in the course of teaching and research.

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Mar02

Crafting Your Résumé and Cover Letter

3:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Online Only

A good cover letter always accompanies a resume when you apply for an internship or full-time position. This seminar will provide graduate students with tips, formats, and approaches to targeting your resume and cover letter to make you stand out from other applicants. It is important to understand what companies expect to see in both ypour content and layout. Bring a hard copy of a resume and cover letter and position description with you, so you can leave the workshop with tips for tai Read More

Mar06

GRAD 360 Donuts with Deans

FREE donuts and coffee (or tea)!

9:00 am to 10:00 am

TBA

 

 

Mar06

GRAD 360 Developing a Better Relationship with Your Advisor & Mentors

2:00 pm to 3:15 pm

E-106 Martin Hall, Dean's Conference Room

Mar07

GRAD 360 Contract/Specifications Grading (and Other Time-Saving Assessment Strategies)

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

203 Watt Family Innovation Center

Mar09

Learning LinkedIn Skills for Success

3:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Online Only

LinkedIn reported over 93% of all companies in the United States are using their website. With companies increasingly using LinkedIn on a regular basis, it is important for you to build a profile that will represent you professionally. This seminar will go over different tools to utilize, sections to include, and how to format information to help you make a great first impression with anyone who views your profile. Learn how to market youtself on this growing professional platform.

Mar13

GRAD 360 Life After the PhD

2:00 pm to 3:15 pm

E-106 Martin Hall, Dean's Conference Room

Mar14

GRAD 360 How to Handle Rejection:

Advice for When You're Not the Last Candidate Standing

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

203 Watt Family Innovation Center

Mar14

Nicki, Cardi, & Lil' Kim:

Exploring Intersectionality

7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

317 Old Main

Think. Ask. Transform.

Diversity Curriculum & Pedagogy Lab

Join us in exploring innovative and culturally relevant diversity education strategies to improve the learning and lives of Clemson students, and beyond.

Participants will explore popular notions of social identity, amd make distinctions between the concepts of multiple marginal identity and intersectionality. Higher Education and Student Affairs Professor Dr. Natasha Croom will lead participants in Read More

Mar27

GRAD 360 Practicing Your Elevator Pitch

2:00 pm to 3:15 pm

E-106 Martin Hall, Dean's Conference Room

Mar28

GRAD 360 Do's & Don'ts in Professional Settings

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

203 Watt Family Innovation Center

Apr03

GRAD 360 Donuts with Deans

FREE donuts and coffee (or tea)!

9:00 am to 10:00 am

TBA

Apr03

GRAD 360 Evidence-Based Teaching

2:00 pm to 3:15 pm

E-106 Martin Hall, Dean's Conference Room

Apr04

GRAD 360 Financial Literacy:

What is It and How Do I Learn It?

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

203 Watt Family Innovation Center

Apr10

GRAD 360 What is My Leadership Style?

2:00 pm to 3:15 pm

E-106 Martin Hall

Apr11

GRAD 360 Effective Writing Groups:

Writing and Accountability for the Summer

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

203 Watt Family Innovation Center

Apr17

GRAD 360 Academe or Industry?

How to Interview for Both Career Pathways

2:00 pm to 3:15 pm

E-106 Martin Hall, Dean's Conference Room

Apr18

GRAD 360 Articulating My Professional Identity

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

203 Watt Family Innovation Center