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Transitioning to Gradlife: Strategies for Success in a Research Program

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

Incoming graduate students (Research Stream): Join this session to help you make the transition to grad life. Learn effective strategies for academic success and personal wellness, talking to people and and navigating your supervisor relationship and hear tips from current students in research programs. Lunch included. Please let us know if you have any food restrictions or accessibility needs: jennifer.pinker@utoronto.ca

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

Gradlife Programs (Jennifer Pinker, Gradlife Programs)
12:05-12:15pm

Talking to New People (Erin Clifford, Lead Coordinator, Mentorship and Peer Programs)
12:15-1:00pm

Refreshments/break
1-1:30pm

Strategies for Academic Success in a Research Program (Andrea Graham, Learning Strategist, Academic Success) 
1:30-2:15pm

Starting off Right with your Supervisor (Melissa and Safa, G2G Peer Advisors, Graduate Conflict Resolution Centre)
2:15-2:45pm

Student Panel: You Belong in Grad School (Melissa and Safa, G2G Peer Advisors, Graduate Conflict Resolution Centre)
3-3:45pm

  •         Leonardo Jose Uribe Castaño Ph.D. student, Physics
  •         Maryam Fashandi, Ph.D. student, Mechanical Engineering
  •         Jared Boland, MA student, OISE
  •         Meghan Magee, Ph.D. Nutritional Sciences, Faculty of Medicine
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Reflection closing (Gradlife)
3:45-4pm

 

When

Monday, August 26, 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Where

Main Activity Hall
569 Spadina Ave
Toronto, ON
M6S3V7

Contact

946-0148

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