Gradlife events (in-person and online) for October

Grad Escape: Speed Networking for Grad Students: Walk and Talk (In Person, meet at 21 Sussex)

October 13, 7-8pm | Register for Oct 13 Walk and Talk

October 20, 7-8pm | Register for Oct 20 Walk and Talk

October 27, 7-8pm | Register for Oct 27 Walk and Talk

The session is an exciting way to meet new people. We will cycle students through small groups so that you can meet new people and make new connections as we walk around campus. Not only will this event be a fun and low-pressure way to get to know Grad students across disciplines, but it will help you to develop your networking and conversation skills.  Facilitated by the Gradlife Peer Ambassador.

Equity101: 6 Conversations about Equity for Graduate Students (Zoom)
Thursday, October 13, 12-1:30pm

We talk a lot about “equity” on campus but what do we really mean? Do we have the same understanding? How does it relate to our everyday lives here on campus? What is it missing? This workshop explores these questions while also creating a space for us to think about what commitments we can make during our grad programs around continuing to learn more while putting what we have learned into action. Facilitated by the Student Life Coordinator, Equity Programs.
Register for Equity 101 on CLNx

Grad Connection: Navigating the First Semester as New Grad Students (Zoom)
October 20, 11-12:30pm

Take a break and connect with other grad students about your transition so far. Share your experiences in an informal setting. A facilitator will answer questions and support you in navigating through and resources that will be helpful.   Facilitated by Jennifer Pinker, Student Life Coordinator, Graduate Programs and the Gradlife Ambassador.
Register for Grad Connection on CLNx

Grad Talk: Talking to New People Online for Grad Students (Zoom)
Monday, October 24, 12-1:30pm

Do you find talking to new people difficult? Do your fears hold you back from making connections? Are you finding it hard to build meaningful connections? Talking and connecting with new people is a challenge that everyone faces (even for Graduate students) and we created this workshop to help you develop the skills you need to not only make new connections, but to manage the fear and anxiety that comes along with it. In this workshop, we will teach you how to make new connections during your graduate programs and you will practice these skills so that you’ll leave with experience, and confidence that will help you continue talking to new people.  Facilitated by Jennifer Pinker, Student Life Coordinator Gradlife Programs and the Gradlife Peer Ambassador.
Register for Grad Talk on CLNx

Grad Talk: Getting Involved through Campus Activities as Graduate Students (Zoom)
Tuesday, October 25, 12-1:30pm

Do you want to learn about ways that you can get involved on campus beyond your department and develop skills at the same time? We will highlight some ways and give you time to share with other students. Facilitated by the Jennifer Pinker, Student Life Coordinator, Graduate Programs.
Register for Getting Involved Through Campus Activities on CLNx

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