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The New Job Search: How to Be Resilient and Expand Your Career Opportunities

The New Job Search:  How to Be Resilient and Expand Your Career Opportunities Thursday, November 8th, 2012 5:00-6:00 pm Room 115 International Center Expanding career opportunities in the job market requires resilience, creativity, and the use of new strategies when seeking professional employment.  In addition to finding and effectively applying for open positions, it is… Read More »

"Crossing Borders" Screening: November 12, 2012

“CROSSING BORDERS” FILM SCREENING Monday, November 12, 2012 6:30 to 8:30 pm 115 International Center Facilitator: Venice Smith, Multicultural Development Coordinator, Office for Inclusion & Intercultural Initiatives Discussants: Safoi Babana-Hampton, Associate Professor, French and Francophone Studies Nadir Bouhmouch, Filmmaker of “My Makhzen (My Government) and I” Salah Hassan, Associate Professor, English & Muslim Studies core… Read More »

How Implicit Bias Affects Teaching & Learning: Space is Limited!

MSU graduate students are invited to free lunch and a conversation with  Nilanjana (Buju) Dasgupta, leading scholar on implicit bias & Professor of Psychology at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. How Implicit Bias Affects Teaching & Learning Monday, November 12, 2012 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. 1400 Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg. (BPS) To… Read More »

Round Table on Virtual Student Groups: November 1, 2012

In early October, Dr. Joe Walther (Communications) spoke on “Social Dynamics in Virtual Student Groups.” (see edtalks.educ.msu.edu <http://edtalks.educ.msu.edu >  for the talk) Following up on that talk, we are hosting a Round Table on virtual groups for student learning. After a welcome from Dean Heller, faculty from CEPSE, EAD, KIN, and TE who have experience… Read More »

Cooking Class Sponsored by COGS

Green for Health:  Cooking Class Series Back to Basics Friday, October 19, 2012 1:00-3:00pm Anthony Hall (Teaching Kitchen, underneath the Dairy Store observation deck) RSVP Required (limited to 23 people) Presented by:  Julie Plasencia, RD and Jamie Karp, RD & Chef Graduate students often face the dilemma of cooking for themselves when they have so… Read More »

Free Workshop: Developing Communication and Conflict Management Skills to Save Time and Enhance Productivity

Developing Communication and Conflict Management Skills to Save Time and Enhance Productivity Learn effective negotiation and communication strategies to resolve conflicts and also to prevent them from occurring. Wednesday, October 24th, 2012 8:30 AM – Noon Room 230, Psychology Building Check-in begins at 8:00 AM Workshop begins PROMPTLY at 8:30 AM Presented by: Dr. Tony… Read More »

Navigating the Ph.D. Workshops: FREE!

Friday, August 3rd, 2012; Saturday, September 8, 2012; and Friday, November 2, 2012 These two interactive writing workshops, given at least once a semester, are designed to help you develop an individualized plan for graduate writing. It is highly recommended that you attend only one workshop; please read the descriptions of each workshop carefully to… Read More »

HALE Welcome Picnic for Current Students and Staff

The Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education unit is hosting a welcome picnic for all current graduate students and staff on Saturday, September 8, 2012 at Patriarche Park in East Lasing from 3:30-6:00pm. Hamburgers, hot dogs, vegetarian burgers, and drinks will be provided.  We ask attendees to bring a side dish or dessert to share.  For… Read More »

Free Workshop: Interview Presence-How to Distinguish Yourself

In today’s highly competitive job market do you want to stand out as a candidate who is poised, authentic and compelling? When the playing field is otherwise equal – education, experience, specialization – one way you can distinguish yourself is the manner in which you present yourself. Whether you are heading for a career in… Read More »