Category Archive: Professional Development

Professional Development Brown Bag Lunch

GPS Brown Bag Professional Development Lunch Wednesday, February 22nd 12-1PM NSH 202 Bring your lunch, C.V., cover letter or any other professional documents for proofreading by your peers!

Ethical Leaders in STEM

Ethical Leader in STEM: What will your impact be?

  Ethical Leaders in STEM is an experiential program for Notre Dame STEM PhD students who will be in their 3rd or 4th year of study in academic year 2017-18 to develop and explore their aptitude for communication, mentoring, and leadership.   This is a great program that in 2015 our own Matt Hall was …

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Social Responsibilities of Researchers

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    The Social Responsibilities of Researchers program in the Reilly Center aims to equip and motivate emerging scientists and engineers to be cognizant of the conne ctions their research has with society, adaptive in steering their research in light of these, and able to engage the public and policy makers in an effort to …

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GPSAC 2016 Agenda

We are pleased to announce the 2016 GPS Fall Conference! The conference will be on Wednesday, November 30th this year. Registration is now open. Click here for registration. The schedule is as follows: 11:00AM – Posters set up in NSH 202/203 3:00PM-4:00PM – Poster Session 1 4:00PM-5:30PM – Oral Presentations in NSH 118 5:30PM-6:30PM – …

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2016 Conference Survey

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2016 Conference Registration

Please register here for the 2016 GPSAC. If you cannot view the form, click here.

GPS LinkedIn Workshop!

Hello all! There will be a LinkedIn workshop at 12:30 PM in NSH 202 this Thursday, October 13th!! Lisa Michaels from Graduate Career Services will be here to give advice on various ways to improve your LinkedIn profile.   RSVP here:  

Rigor and Relevance in Scholarly Publishing Conference

The Notre Dame library is hosting a two day event about the future of publishing. Find out more and register at library.nd.edu/rigorandrelevance.