The workshop includes tips and strategies, as well as resources and hands-on activities, to help students set and achieve their academic goals for this summer. All undergraduates are encouraged to attend, but this should be especially helpful to students who want to really focus on trying some new strategies to do well academically this summer.… Continue reading Setting Smart Goals for Summer Semester
The April Academic Success Workshops are dedicated to helping students get ready for finals. Please encourage your students to attend one of the following times: Preparing for Final Exams April 10 3:00-4:00 Clough 146 Preparing for Final Exams April 11 5:00-6:00 Clough 127 Preparing for Final Exams April 12 11:00-12:00 Clough 280 Tech PrEP In… Continue reading Center for Academic Success Tutoring Events/Programs
Ideas to Serve Competition (innovative ideas that address a social, or environmental, or community challenges locally or internationally). We have two more workshops before the registration deadline, and we also have mentors lined-up for teams that need guidance/feedback. Important dates: Workshop 2: February 29, Workshop 3: March 14; Registration deadline: March 16; Executive summary and… Continue reading Ideas to Serve Workshops and Competition
Washington, DC. January 18, 2012 – The Council on Legal Education Opportunity (CLEO) is excited to announce a brand new collaboration with the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) to increase the number of cities nationwide where the organization’s CLEO Connection pre-law workshops are offered. CLEO Connection provides a friendly environment for underrepresented law school… Continue reading CLEO Pre-Law Workshops
Date: Tuesday, March 6, 2012 Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Location: Student Center Ballroom Registration is required Go to: www.career.gatech.edu Click on “Business Etiquette Dinner” Registration Deadline is Friday, 2/24/12 ~Sponsored by Career Services and Lockheed Martin ~
Thursday, February 2: Networking and Mentoring, GT Alumni House from 6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. Come learn the important skill of networking and practice your techniques with industry professionals. Hear from professionals the importance of having a mentor and how to become involved with Mentor Jackets, the mentoring program offered at GT.
The Counseling Center in the Division of Student Affairs is hosting a series of workshops about stress management. There are 10 workshops between September and November. View this PDF GT Stress Management Series for detailed information about the different workshops!
For graduate students, one of the main ways of presenting your research is the poster session. In this class, we cover the basics of getting prepared to visually represent your research or data at a professional or academic conference. The class will cover the planning process, including: layout, headings, working with text and graphics, preparing… Continue reading Creating Visuals with Impact – Poster Creation Software (InDesign)
Georgia Tech Career Services is having an Open House for all students. Join us for free food, vital information and to meet the Career Services team! Come receive pertinent career information early on a number of upcoming items that can help with your internship or job search this fall: List of Companies Participating in… Continue reading Career Services Open House
Essential Databases & Resources This workshop is intended as the first of a series to introduce resources for doing research at the graduate level. Learn about essential databases for research in all disciplines, such as citation searching in Web of Science and finding dissertations in the Dissertations and Theses database. Discover the best databases, journals,… Continue reading Getting Started with Your Research Seminar