Special Workshop: How to make a lasting impression at an interview for an academic position
Wednesday 14 June, HEDC Seminar Room, 9am to 4pm
Workshop Facilitators: Yvonne Gaut, Careers Advisor / Brian Johnston, Personal Performance Coach, Graduate Research School
Numbers strictly limited to 12
Are you looking for an academic job or an academic career?
You’ve been short-listed for interview. What do you need to do to create that all important lasting impression that will give you the best chance to succeed in the interview?
This experiential workshop will prepare you for such scenarios.
Yvonne and Brian promise you fun and a challenging day of self-reflection, peer support and learning. All you need do is come along with an open mind and be prepared to fully participate in all the activities planned to make this an unforgettable day of professional development.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
To register please click on this link.
University of Otago Student Research Symposium
Sessions for graduate research students and staff
Take advantage of the workshops and events held throughout the year by the Graduate Research School. We run motivational and informative sessions for graduate research, doctoral and research Master’s candidates. No matter what stage of the process, we have a workshop designed to guide and support your progress. GRS also runs workshops and events for staff and supervisors.
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