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  • This workshop will focus on techniques to overcome stage fright and anxiety, tips for preparation and other ways to improve your public speaking skills. You will learn about effective nonverbal communication and how to speak confidently and engage your audience. This workshop is part of a series to help presenters at the Graduate Student Research Forum. Participation in the forum is not required.
    Location:McKenzie Hall
  • Make your presentation memorable by learning how to create good visual aids. One of a series of workshops to help presenters at the Graduate Student Research Forum. Participation in the Forum not required.
  • Individual Development Plans (IDP) are generally thought of as career development roadmaps that can help individuals identify and communicate their research and career goals to PIs and other mentors. During this workshop you will learn about the process for developing an IDP and begin developing your own plan. You will (1) assess current and needed skills relative to career aspirations; (2) create professional goals and objectives; and (3) develop a strategy to acquire the skills needed to achieve both short and long term goals. RSVP Here Presented by Julie Hack, Assistant Department Head and Senior Instructor Chemistry and Biochemistry.
  • Feeling stressed? Need a little dog therapy? Come to the Grad School and de-stress with PAAWS therapy dogs. As always, kids and other family members are welcome.
  • New Student Orientation and Graduate Employee Training
    Location:Straub Hall
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