Graduate School career development events

Kate Stuart
September 6, 2013

For more information on the below events, visit https://my.vanderbilt.edu/gradcareer.

To add all of these events to your Google calendar, please visit the BRET calendar page here: https://medschool.vanderbilt.edu/career-development/calendar. 

Dissertation Writing Workshop (Parts 1 & 2)
Tuesdays, Sept 17 & 24
4-5:30pm
Buttrick Hall, Room 205
Sponsored by the Writing Studio
To register, visit: http://vanderbilt.edu/writing/2013/08/dissertation-writing-workshop/

Applying for Academic Jobs
Thursday, September 19
5-6:00PM
Alumni Hall, Room 201
Sponsored by the Graduate School.

NSF Graduate Research Fellowships Workshop
Saturday, September 21
9-11:30AM
Buttrick Hall, Room 101
Sponsored by the Graduate School Career Development

The Academic Job Interview
Tuesday, October 1
5-6:00PM
Alumni Hall, Room 201
Sponsored by the Graduate School Career Development

THATCamp: Humanities and Technology Camp
Friday, Nov 1- Saturday, Nov 2
Location TBD
Sponsored by the Graduate School. Across campus, students and scholars in the humanities are using digital tools in a large variety of ways to take their research to new levels. In order to help facilitate the conversation on digital scholarship, the Warren Center's Digital Humanities Seminar, the Vanderbilt Center for Teaching, the Center for Second Language Studies, the Vanderbilt Institute for Digital Learning, and the Curb Center for Art, Enterprise & Public Policy will co-host our second THATCamp Vanderbilt University, an unconference on humanities and technology, November 1-2, 2013. To register, visit: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/rpw_center/newsletter/THATCamp2013.php 

Interviewing with the Deans for Your Academic Position
Monday, November 4
11:00am-12:00pm
Bishop Johnson Black Cultural Center
Sponsored by GradLEAF and featuring Deans Benbow, Dever, and Fauchet.

What Every International Student Should Know about U.S. Employment: A Recruiter's Perspective
Wednesday, November 13
5:00-6:30PM
Sarratt Cinema
Co-sponsored with International Education Week by the Graduate School and the BRET Office of Career Development and presented by Dan Beaudry, A&S '97.

Networking: The Lit Review for Your Career
Tuesday, November 19
5:00-6:00PM
Alumni Hall, Room 201
Sponsored by the Graduate School Career Development