Careers Program Workshops & Events


The Graduate School and its Preparing Future Faculty/Professionals (PFFP) Program are hosting Professor Leonard Cassuto of Fordham University on February 15th and 16th for a series of presentations and dialogues on graduate education in America.  He is the author of The Graduate School Mess: What Caused It and How We Can Fix It (Harvard UP, 2015) and The Graduate Advisor, a column (2010-present) in The Chronicle of Higher Education for graduate students and graduate advisors.  Sessions are listed below.  Registration is requested here.  

Reimagining Graduate Education: In Search of an Ethic, a presentation and Q&A with faculty and staff in all disciplines on Thursday, Feb. 15, at 2:30 p.m. (until 3:30) in Woodward Hall (Rm 307 in Gatton Business and Economics). Refreshments will follow. Session is aimed at faculty and staff but students are welcome.  Registration requested here.  

 

Reimagining Your Graduate Education: In Search of a Useable Future, a presentation and Q&A with master's, doctoral, and post-doctoral students in all disciplines on Friday, Feb. 16, at 11:30 a.m. (until 12:30 p.m.) in UKAA Auditorium in the W. T. Young Library, with lunch following in the adjacent gallery. Session is for graduate students, but faculty and staff are welcome.  Undergraduate students are also welcome.   Registration requested here. 

 

A Conversation with Humanities and Social Science Graduate Students on professionalizing and broadening career options. Friday, Feb. 16, at 2:00 (until 3:00). Students in all disciplines are welcome. Location TBD, pending preregistration numbers. Location will be emailed to you and posted on the Graduate School's website.  Registration requested here

 

A Conversation with Humanities and Social Science Faculty, on teaching and mentoring with professionalization in mind. Friday, Feb. 16, at 3:00 (until 4:00).  Faculty in all disciplines are welcome.  Location TBD, pending preregistration numbers. Location will be emailed to you and posted on the Graduate School's website.  Registration requested here




 

 

 

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