Professional Development: Advising Graduate Students for Success

UC Davis has a variety of programs that help promote success in graduate school and in preparation for the broad array of career opportunities that master’s and PhD students are seeking, yet this information is not always easy to assimilate or put into practice. 

In this course, we will explore the professional development needs of students at the various stages in their graduate careers and identify resources that will help promote their success at each stage. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in strategic planning for their program and create a plan to connect graduate students and their faculty mentors with the professional development resources most useful to them. Finally, we will explore the role of individual development planning to help students achieve their goals—including completing graduate school.

Instructor

Teresa Dillinger

Date | Time | Location

August 5, 2019
9:00–11:00
260 Hoagland Hall

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