Jun14

GIS Fundamentals Workshop Series: GIS Analysis with High-Resolution Imagery

1:30 pm to 4:30 pm

Zoom Online

Planet Labs is one of the leading satellite imagery providers, with several satellite constellations that capture near-daily observations of the entire Earth. Learn how to access Planet Labs imagery data using ArcGIS Pro, perform traditional remote sensing tools, and learn about innovative applications. 

Jun18

GIS Fundamentals Workshop Series: GeoAI - Machine Learning & Deep Learning with GIS

1:30 pm to 4:30 pm

Zoom Online

Explore how to gain insight from imagery using big data and machine learning. Incorporate spatial dependence in observations for improved predictive performance.

Jun20

Michelin Career Center Graduate Student Series: LinkedIn & Online Presence

12:00 pm to 12:45 pm

Zoom Online

With companies increasingly using LinkedIn for recruiting, it is important for you to build a profile that will represent you professionally, as well as check your online presence in general. 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 viewers of your profile.

Once you RSVP, the Zoom meeting link will be sent to your email by a Michelin Career Center Counselor closer to the webinar date.

Jun21

GIS Fundamentals Workshop Series: Drones for Geospatial Applications

1:30 pm to 4:30 pm

Zoom Online

Learn how UAV’s can be used as a geospatial data collection platform. Perform hands-on data processing to turn pictures from a UAV into 3D point clouds and aerial photos.

Jul09

Michelin Career Center Graduate Student Series: Articulating Competencies & Transferable Skills

12:00 pm to 12:45 pm

Zoom Online

What do employers and graduate/professional schools really want? They are searching for candidates who demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and attitude (a.k.a. competency) necessary for success in their respective environments. This session will help students understand the sought-after core competencies and learn how to clearly articulate the depth of their experiences throughout the job search process, including writing a resume and preparing for an interview. This workshop will help graduate students understand, acquire, and articulate these 9 competencies.

Once you RSVP, the Zoom meeting link will be sent to your email by a Michelin Career Center Counselor closer to the webinar date.

Jul12
GRAD 360 Signature Event

Developing Your First Individual Development Plan

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Zoom

As a result of participating in this event, attendees will be able to:

  1. Understand the Purpose and Benefits of Individual Development Plans (IDPs): Participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of how IDPs can aid in their academic and professional growth, enhance self-awareness, and provide a structured approach to achieving their career goals.

  2. Assess Personal Strengths and Identify Areas for Improvement: Through guided activities and self-reflection, participants will learn to evaluate their current skills and competencies, recognize areas needing development, and set specific, measurable goals.

  3. Create a Draft of a Personalized Individual Development Plan: By the end of the workshop, participants will have begun drafting their own IDP, outlining actionable steps and timelines for achieving their short-term and long-term objectives, with guidance on how to continuously update and refine their plans.

Jul24

Michelin Career Center Graduate Student Series: Quick Tips for International Students

12:00 pm to 12:45 pm

Zoom Online

Need to understand the do’s and don’ts of job seeking in the U.S.? Come learn strategies to ensure that your professional documents match what U.S. companies are seeking and how to prepare for interviews. International Services will also be present to discuss CPT, OPT, and other related topics.

Once you RSVP, the Zoom meeting link will be sent to your email by a Michelin Career Center Counselor closer to the webinar date.

Jul31
GRAD 360 Signature Event

Stress Management for Graduate Students and Postdocs

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Zoom

Even the most seemingly relaxed people deal with stress on a daily basis. Stress includes the feeling of being overwhelmed and your body’s reaction to a challenge or perceived demand. Stress can come from negative life experiences—like dealing with credit card debt, having an overscheduled workday, or getting into a disagreement with a friend. But stress can also come from positive experiences—like an exciting move to a new city or a highly-desired job promotion—that require a lot of planning or extra responsibility. Join Dr. Krystal M. Lewis, a licensed clinical psychologist and researcher in the National Institute of Mental Health, in exploring the ways in which graduate students and postdocs can manage stress.

GRAD 360° provides content as a service to Clemson University graduate students and postdoctoral scholars. Some GRAD 360° events and content may not be in accord with every trainees’ personal priorities, opinions, or beliefs. A very broad range of topics, content and perspectives is required to serve the professional development needs of every member of our graduate student and postdoctoral scholar populations, diverse in every aspect. The content, views, opinions, and positions expressed by the presenters of GRAD 360° events are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the Graduate School, Clemson University, or any of its units or employees.

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