Finding your path: How career development can work for you


Are you one of those people that has a pretty clear sense of what you don’t want in a job but have a hard time figuring out what you do want? This workshop will help you gain some understanding into the career development process and how to take steps toward understanding what you want out of a career.


Workshop on May 17: How to talk about conflicts of interest

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Dr. Walling and Mr. McCurdy will introduce you to rules on conflicts that govern researchers and to techniques of ethical dialog that can help you have safe conversations about sensitive issues. Learn conversational skills that you can use to ensure the integrity of your work and your workplace.


Fulbright information session on May 12


If you are planning to apply for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program for the 2017-18 grant cycle or want to learn more about the program, join us for an information session on Thursday, May 12.


July 13 Lunch & Learn: Turmoil and Turbidity


Take a break from your teaching, writing, or researching and join us for the summer's first Lunch & Learn on Wednesday, July 13! This summer, we are featuring even more opportunities for you to feed your brain and your stomach, with L&L events happening twice a month on the second and fourth Wednesdays.


Workshop on May 19: Intellectual property basics

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What is intellectual property (IP)? How is it generated? Who owns it? How is it protected? Should you care? This seminar provides an overview of the different types of intellectual property and focuses on issues relevant to university members.