Graduate Student Workshop Series
Audience at American Geographical Society Library

The C21 Graduate Student Workshop Series supports graduate students from all disciplines in their academic professional development.

Upcoming workshops and events for Spring 2014 include:

April 3, 2014

Digital Humanities Lab, Library

Virtually There: Building Your Academic Web Presence

Learn how to use the internet’s many platforms to promote yourself in various academic capacities. Find out about the best practices for raising your visibility positively and productively with blogging, social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn), and websites like Gain how-to knowledge to grow your virtual academic presence and to network with other professionals online.

April 23, 2014

Digital Humanities Lab, Library

Conferences: Getting Your Foot in the Door

Familiarize yourself with best practices and tricks of the trade for writing strong conference abstracts. Learn how to condense your complex ideas into a short, readable, and compelling piece.

May 2, 2014

Digital Humanities Lab, Library

Transdisciplinary Social

Want to know more about working across disciplines? Chat with professors who’ve been there. Meeting the complex needs of the 21st century, transdisciplinary work presents benefits and challenges. Find out what it takes to collaborate outside the bounds of a single discipline in unexpected and novel ways. Refreshments will be served!

Past workshops:

February 6, 2014

Fellowships Road Map

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March 11, 2014

The CV That Gets Results

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