More Workshops at UofM
Careers Outside Academia
PhDs that Work: Finding Success in an Uncertain Job Market
Join L. Maren Wood, PhD and Jennifer Polk, PhD, two pioneering career coaches and the founders of Beyond the Professoriate, as they share their expertise to help graduate students make better sense of today's challenging and shifting professional landscape.
October 26, 2017
306 Tier Building
|Keynote Presentation: PhDs that Work: Finding Success in an Uncertain Job Market||2:30-4:00pm||Register ▶|
October 27, 2017
200 Education Building
|Motivators & Values Workshop||9:30-11:00am||Register ▶|
|Transferable Skills: Learn to talk about what you do instead of what you know||11:30am-1:00pm||Register ▶|
|How to Prepare & Launch a Successful Job Search Beyond the Professoriate||2:30-4:00pm||Register ▶|
For further information, please visit the Institute for the Humanities website.
If you are a U of M student in the Faculty of Graduate Studies and you are preparing for a thesis presentation, you are eligible to participate in ThesisSPEAK (Sessions to Practise English And communicate Knowledge clearly) offered by the English Language Centre at the U of M.
The program is partially funded by the English Language Centre, so your total fee is only $30.00 for three 50-minutes sessions ($10.00 per session) one-on-one with an English instructor. The focus is on comprehensibility so that communication is clear.
Please e-mail Cheryl Bodnarus at Cheryl.Bodnarus@umanitoba.ca for more information or to request a registration form.
If you are teaching a U of M credit-course and you would like to practise your spoken English skills, you are eligible to participate in the SpeakEASY program offered by the English Language Centre at the U of M.
The program is partially funded by the English Language Centre, so your total fee is only $50.00 for five 50-minutes sessions ($10.00 per session) one-on-one with an English instructor. Please e-mail Cheryl Bodnarus at Cheryl.Bodnarus@umanitoba.ca to request a registration form or for more information.
Graduate Seminar (May 28 & 29, 2014)
This free, two-day seminar is designed to deliver the information graduate students need to be successful as students and as instructors/TAs. Lunch and refreshments are provided on both days. The seminar will tentatively be run from 8:30am - 4:30pm each day (subject to change).
The first day provides resources, tools and strategies to help graduate students in their role as student. The morning will focus on academic integrity, using library resources effectively and integrating research. The afternoon will include sessions on working effectively with your advisor, and on useful writing strategies.
The second day focuses on the skills a graduate student needs to be an effective instructor/teaching assistant. Presentation topics include syllabus creation, instructional strategies, assessment and evaluation, teaching with technology, dealing with classroom incivility, and diversity.
Students may register for one or both days. In the past, there have been significant waiting lists, so please register early.
The Faculty of Graduate
Studies works with
several other units to develop
free workshops for graduate
These workshops, held on
both the Fort Garry and
are designed to help
graduate students navigate
their program and prepare
for their future careers.