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The Office of Graduate Studies provides timely and engaging workshops to support graduate and professional student and postdoc development.

Please contact Erin Omar or Lisa Rohde if you have questions about any of the upcoming workshops.

Spring 2021 Workshops
Title Date Description
Alumni Panel: Career Paths in STEM February 15, 2021 5:30-6:30 P.M. Hear from STEM graduate alumni about their transition from student to employee, and what they learned about the job search process in their industries.
Career Prep: Polishing Your Resume and CV February 18, 2021 12-1 P.M. This workshop will focus on tips for writing resumes and CVs that will help you stand out and clearly show why you're the best person for the job.
Alumni Panel: Career Paths in Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences February 22, 2021 5:30-6:30 P.M. Hear from Arts, Humanities, and Social Science graduate alumni about the transition from student to employee and what they learned about the job search process outside of academia.
Career Prep: Ace Your Interview February 23, 2021 12-1 P.M. during, and after an interview to make a positive first impression.
Anti-racist and Inclusive Teaching March 4, 2021 12-1 P.M. Teaching inclusively and with anti-racist principles in mind means teaching in a way to best serve all the students in your class.
Thinking Like an Entrepreneur: Introduction to Entrepreneurship March 9, 2021 12-1 P.M. The Center for Entrepreneurship will host this workshop, highlighting key skills you will need if you are thinking of starting your own business.
Assessment Strategies: Thinking Beyond Exams March 10, 2021 12-1 P.M. Classroom assessment can include more than quizzes and tests. This workshop will focus on the many other ways of assessing student learning.
Your Innovative Research: Protecting Your Intellectual Property March 17, 2021 12-1 P.M. Learn about all of the services NUtech Ventures offers including legal assistance with intellectual property, copyright, and patents.
Basic Business Savvy March 23, 2021 12-1 P.M. This workshop, hosted by The Center for Entrepreneurship will share the basics of business for those interested but unfamiliar with the logistical side of entrepreneurship.
Mentoring Strategies March 25, 2021 12-1 P.M. This workshop will focus on mentoring strategies to help you become aneffective mentor to undergraduates or graduate students.
Community Connections Panel: Getting Involved April 1, 2021 12-1 P.M. Panel will feature guests from Lincoln Partnership of Economic Development, and Startups UNL, and other community organizations.

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The option to request a workshop for your unit is coming soon.