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RESPONSIBILITIES MAY INCLUDE

By JACQUELYN BRINKMAN | August 13 2018

A detailed plan can help you decide when and what opportunities to say yes to and, more importantly, which to say no to.

By FRÉDÉRICA MARTIN & KRISTY CLARKE | June 20 2018

Lessons learned from Concordia University’s Graduate Professional Skills program.

By SUE HAMPTON | April 25 2018

This exercise is key to enabling positive mindsets.

By TARA CHRISTIE | March 19 2018

Don’t overlook the benefits of working in a non-faculty role at a university.

By ANGELA ROOKE | February 15 2018

Exploring the implicit ways that academic programs continue to promote academic career paths as most worthwhile.

By DERRICK E. RANCOURT | January 16 2018

A moment may be all the time to seize that important opportunity.

By MELISSA DALGLEISH | December 27 2017

When it comes to skills development, sometimes you have to make advantage before you can take advantage.

By KARIN PERRY | November 22 2017

How a “fantastic failure” inspired me to change the way we do grad student professional development at Brock.

By EMILY BELL | October 27 2017

We need to equip our students to be ethical actors and advocates in their future workplaces, inside and outside of academia.

By JONATHAN TURNER | October 10 2017

How the Consortium of Canadian Graduate Student Professional Development Administrators was born.

By TARA SIEBARTH | September 26 2017

Welcome to Responsibilities May Include, a new series that will offer practical professional and career advice for graduate students and postdocs. The majority of the posts will be written for graduate students and postdocs. Prospective graduate students are also likely to benefit. The posts will provide practical professional and career advice. There will also be […]