Careers Program Workshops & Events

  • Associate Professor
  • Anthropology
  • Gender and Women's Studies
  • Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies
202 Lafferty Hall
859 257-5038, 859-539-1296

Navigating Your Graduate School Journey

Co-Sponsored with the Center for Graduate and Professional Diversity Initiatives (CGPDI)
September 19th from 11:30-1:00 JSB 161 (lunch provided by CGPDI)

Are you just beginning your graduate program and want to learn how to be successful or are you on your way toward your PhD and looking for ideas about how to sustain your progress and plan for the future? This workshop will introduce the important skills and concrete steps you can take to help you excel in graduate school and in your future career. We will discuss strategies for: 

  • identifying degree, career, and personal goals
  • constructing a sustainable roadmap for your graduate education
  • preparing for your future career
  • developing and maintaining a network of mentors to help you achieve your goals
  • implementing effective time management and writing habits
  • locating resources to help you manage your life as a graduate student

Humanities without Walls: Academic Careers beyond the Tenure Track

Co-sponsored with the Gaines Center for the Humanities
October 19th in the Bingham Davis House from 4:30-6:00

Please join us for a roundtable discussion about alternative academic careers for Humanities and Social Science PhDs. Speakers TBD.

Talents Advertised: How to Sell Your TA Skills in the Non-Academic Job

11:30-1:00 p.m. on Monday, October 30 in the Alumni Gallery, Young Library

Please join us for a workshop led by Ashley Sorrell from CELT. As a graduate teaching assistant, you have mastered a number of dynamic skills that have made you an effective classroom instructor. But what you may not realize is that the same skills you have cultivated as a teaching assistant are transferrable to careers outside of academia. In this interactive workshop, we will identify specific transferable skills you have developed as a teaching assistant and discuss how you can best market these skills for post-academic careers.

Lunch will be provided by The Graduate School’s Office of Professional Development. Please RSVP with Catherine Brereton (cabr223@uky.edu).



 

 

 

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