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Graduate Programs - OneSoHE Advanced Professional Development Seminar (ADV-PDS) Schedule

All graduate students will also receive the calendar invite with room location and/or zoom links for each scheduled event. SoHE graduate students in all graduate programs are invited and encouraged to attend these events. This seminar series is focused on professional development topics for SoHE students (across our HDFS, CSCR, DS, and CBFE programs). These sessions are on critical topics for being successful in graduate school as well as in your future careers. Students are encouraged to attend multiple sessions each year. Reporting on these sessions occurs through the Annual Review of Graduate Students each spring. During your final years of a PhD program, all students are required to attend six seminars.

Fall 2022

Topic

Presenter(s)

Date

Time

Location

Materials

Writing and Publishing Manuscripts 

Professors Kevin Ponto, Alvin Thomas, Melody Harvey

Friday, 9/30/22

1:00pm

1125 NNH and Zoom

Recording

Hidden Curriculum of Graduate School: Academic Jargon and Unspoken Rules 

Professor Maggie Kerr, Grad Students: Rudy Dieudonne, Joseph Jean, Bolim Suh

Friday, 10/14/22

1:00pm

1125 NNH

Recording

 

Uncovering the hidden curriculum by Janani Hariharan 

The Hidden Curriculum podcast

A Field Guide to Grad School: Uncovering the Hidden Curriculum by Jessica Calarco (available digitally through UW-Madison library)

Blog post by Jessica Calarco

 

“We Must Help First-Generation Students Master Academe’s ‘Hidden Curriculum’” by Marcia Chatelain

Individual Development Plans (IDP)

Graduate School Office of Professional Development

Friday, 10/28/22

1:00pm

1125 NNH

Recording

Complete 5-minute self-assessment in DiscoverPDin advance; bring laptop or device to view results

Dissertation Grants and Pathways to Excellence in Research

Lauren Papp, Sarah Marcotte

Grad students: Prerna Rana, Quinn Kinzer

Friday, 11/11/22

1:00pm

1125 NNH

Presentation slides

Pathways to Research Excellence

Fellowship and Dissertation Funding KB 

Design Principles for Presentations and Research Posters

SoHE and Design Lab Grad students: Aybuke Geyik, Hande Deniz, and SeiJin Na

Friday, 12/2/22

1:00pm

1125 NNH

Spring 2022

Topic

Presenter(s)

Date 

Time

Location

Materials

Gaining Confidence in Networking

Gardy Guiteau

2/7/22

12:30pm

Zoom Link

Slides 

Bridging Research with Government, the Media, and Communities

Annalee Good and Gladys Mitchell-Walthour

2/16/22

1:00pm

Zoom Link

Links Shared During Session 

Job Negotiations 

Dr. Soyeon Shim

3/23/22

1:00pm

1199 Nancy Nicholas Hall 

Slides

Building your Teaching Portfolio

Jennifer Gaddis

4/6/22

1:00pm

 

Teaching Portfolio Handout

The Big Picture: Choosing What’s Next for You - and Why People, Place, and Purpose Matter  

Christine Whelan, PhD

4/13/22

1:00pm

1199 Nancy Nicholas Hall

 

Follow-up conversation about non-traditional careers

Christine Whelan, PhD,

4/20/22

1:00pm

4226 Nancy Nicholas Hall

 

Research Careers Panel Discussion

-Amin Mojtahedi, PhD

-Iulia Mihaila, PhD

-Moira O’Neil, PhD

-Troy Williams, PhD

-Emily Parrott, PhD

4/27/22

1:00pm

Zoom Link

 

Fall 2021

Topic

Speaker(s)

Date

Time

Location

Materials

Individual Development Plans (IDP)

Alissa Ewer

9/22/21

1:00pm

 

Slides

Goals vs. Purpose: The Skills You Need to Build a Meaningful Post PhD Career

Christine Whelan

9/29/21

1:00pm

Registration link

Zoom link

Writing & Publishing Manuscripts 

Robert Nix, Clifford Robb, & Carolina Sarmiento

10/6/21

1:00pm

Zoom Link

 

Dissertation Grants & Pathways to Excellence in Research 

Lauren Papp

10/27/21

1:00pm

Zoom Link

slides and handouts

The Mentor/Mentee Relationship 

Kristin Litzelman; Jung-hye Shin

11/17/21

1:00pm

Zoom Link

 

Professional Networking 

Mary Beth Collins

12/1/21

1:00pm

Zoom Link

Slides




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