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Transitioning to Gradlife: Strategies for Success in a Professional Program

Strategies for Personal Development, Academic Success and Making Connections in a Professional Program

Incoming graduate students (Professional stream): Join this session to help you make the transition to grad life. Learn effective strategies for academic success and personal wellness, learn how to make conversations with other students and hear how to manage your workload and juggle life as a grad student from current students in professional programs. Refreshments provided. Please let us know if you have any food restrictions or accessibility needs:


Welcome (Heather Kelly, Executive Director, Student Life Programs and Services)

Gradlife Programs (Jennifer Pinker, Gradlife Programs)

Talking to New People (Erin Clifford, Lead Coordinator, Mentorship and Peer Programs)


Strategies for Academic Success in a Professional Program (Andrea Graham, Learning Strategist, Academic Success)

Strategies for setting boundaries & seizing opportunities in grad school (Tony and Amika, G2G Peer Advisors, Graduate Conflict Resolution Centre)

Student Panel: Juggling Many Responsibilities as a Grad Student in a Professional Program (Tony, G2G Peer Advisor, Graduate Conflict Resolution Centre)

  •         Samara Moore, MSW student, Factor-Inwentash, Faculty of Social Work
  •         Akram Wahdan, Master of Information student, Faculty of Information
  •         Carol Lam, M.Ed. student, OISE
  •         Sydney Acker, Master of Health Science student, Speech Language Pathology
  •          Krutheeka Rajkumar, M.Eng. student, Industrial Engineering

Reflection closing (Gradlife)



Tuesday, August 27, 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM


Main Activity Hall
569 Spadina Ave
Toronto, ON



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