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Preliminary Program - Updated April 29, 2014
Related workshops: GPCB665
Abstract: The preliminary program for the May 1-2, 2014 Survival Skills for Scientist workshop. Updated April 29, 2014.

Winter 2014 Meet the Entrepreneur Career Series
Related workshops: GPCB599,GPCB595,GPCB654,GPCB656,GPCB657
Abstract: Profile of the entrepreneurs participating in the 2014 winter series.

PhDs Beyond the Academy
Related workshops: GPCB645
Abstract: Information about the PhDs Beyond the Academy Career Panel held Wednesday, October 16 from 17h30 to 19h30 in SGW H763.

Meet the Entrepreneur Series Fall 2013
Related workshops: GPCB646
Abstract: Meet the entrepreneurs is a series of talks, events, and workshops designed to provide students with the opportunity to listen to first-hand stories about successful entrepreneurship and receive information about those aspects that should be taken into consideration before, during, and after starting a business or becoming an independent worker in the province of Quebec.See the attached flyer for bios of the entrepreneurs included in the Fall 2013 series.

Dressing For Success Tip Sheets
Related workshops: GPCB610
Abstract: Copies of tips sheets circulated at the workshop including the 5 rules for dressing for success and tips for shopping on a budget in Montreal

Resume Tips
Related workshops: GPCB632
Abstract: A resume tip sheet prepared by Bob Menard of the John Molson Career Management Services department.

Recommended Readings
Related workshops: GPCB601
Abstract: Readings that will help you manage your personal brand


PowerPoint presentation on Stories Matter
Related workshops: GPDI536
Abstract: PowerPoint presentation used by Céline Bastien for the GPDI 536 Intro to Stories Matter Software workshop. Stories Matter allows to clip, index, annotate and export audio and video recordings and represents a real alternative to the transcript.


Meet Your Writing Deadlines
Related workshops: GPLL050
Abstract: The Meet Your Writing Deadlines workshop offers the opportunity for graduate students to share some of their tips for managing the graduate study workload. This tip sheet includes links and tips shared in past workshops.

Grad School Blue Print Planner
Related workshops: GPLL030
Abstract: The Grad School Blue Print planner offers a basic tool for prioritizing the goals you want to achieve during your graduate studies. This is a basic visioning tool that can be filled in, reviewed and revised each semester.


Language Level Assessment - March 2014
Related workshops: All 'Language Training' workshops
Abstract: GradProSkills offers a range of language training opportunities by levels of competence. This tipsheet provides you with guidelines for assessing which level suits you best. Please ensure that you enrol in the appropriate level as all students must be properly placed. If you need to be reassigned there may not be space available.

Frequently Asked Questions - Language Training
Related workshops: All 'Language Training' workshops
Abstract: Frequently asked questions regarding language training offered through GradProSkills including attendance requirement, fees and more.

English Self-Assessment
Related workshops: GPLT315
Abstract: To hold your place on the waitlist for the English Language training courses, please download this form, complete, save and email to: gradproskills@concordia.ca

French Language Training Self-Assessment Form
Related workshops: GPLT308
Abstract: To hold your place on the waitlist for French Language training courses - GPLT308 or GPLT309, please download this form, complete, save and email to: gradproskills@concordia.ca


Companion to the Concordia Libraries Fundamentals for Graduates GradProSkills Workshop.
Related workshops: GPRM231
Abstract: Companion to the Concordia Libraries Fundamentals for Graduates GradProSkills Workshop.

2014 Concordia 3-Minute Thesis Competition - Vote for your favorite!
Related workshops: GPSC409
Abstract: Celebrate graduate research at Concordia in 2014 with the 3 Minute Thesis competitions. Check the event program with the list of contestants. Join us this Friday April 4 and vote for your favourite!

Library Resources Tipsheet
Related workshops: GPRM242
Abstract: Copy of the tipsheet handout prepared by Susie Brier, Research Librarian.

Research Resources at Concordia TipSheet
Related workshops: GPRM242
Abstract: The tipsheet highlighting various research resources at Concordia with links to the websites where you can access further information.

2013 Fall Research Conversations about Research Creation
Related workshops: GPRM281
Abstract: Information about the Fall 2013 Research Conversations focused on Research Creation. Join the conversation with faculty and graduate students engaged in research creation projects. Conversations are held every other Friday from 13h15 to 14h30 – Oct 11, 25, Nov 8, 22

RefWorks Activitiy tips
Related workshops: GPRM236
Abstract: Electronic copy of the activity handout from the workshop

Intellectual Property 101 Slide Presentation
Related workshops: GPRM201
Abstract: Slide show presentation from workshop on Intellectual Property by Jonathan Farber and Eva Samartzidis of the Concordia Office of Research.

Discover Engineering Village for Graduates
Related workshops: GPRM238
Abstract: Research Tips for making the most of library resources for engineering graduate students.

GPRM235 - Statistics and Microdata Reserach Tip Sheet
Related workshops: GPRM235
Abstract: Attached is the handout circulated at the Library workshop on Statistics and Microdata Research

Tip Sheet for Finding and Using Visual Arts Resources
Related workshops: GPRM232
Abstract: Copy of the tip sheets circulated in the workshop.


Presenting Papers for Perfectionists
Related workshops: GPSC433
Abstract: Tips for making public presentations, especially presenting a paper at an academic conference. Includes tips for adapting papers, preparing for the presenation and networking at the conference.

Academic Conferences: Useful Resources
Related workshops: GPSC433
Abstract: This tipsheet provides a list of resources for preparing to present at an academic conference.

Fund Writing Strategies Power Point - Fall 2014
Related workshops: GPSC465
Abstract: Power Point Slides from the Fund Writing Strategies Workshop Fall 2014.

2014 Three-Minute Thesis Competition - Winner Announcement
Related workshops: GPSC409
Abstract: On Friday April 4, twenty-three Master and Doctoral graduate students from fourteen different programs shared their research as part of the 2014 Concordia Three-Minute Thesis competition. Congratulations to all 2014 Concordia 3MT Participants and Winners!

2014 Concordia 3-Minute Thesis Competition - Vote for your favorite!
Related workshops: GPSC409
Abstract: Celebrate graduate research at Concordia in 2014 with the 3 Minute Thesis competitions. Check the event program with the list of contestants. Join us this Friday April 4 and vote for your favourite!

2014 Winter Networking for JMBS / ENCS
Related workshops: GPSC460
Abstract: Building Connections in the JMSB / ENCS. Meet and mingle with Concordia Alumni in your sector and expand your network!

2014 Winter Speed Networking for Arts & Science / Fine Arts
Related workshops: GPSC460
Abstract: Building Connections in the Arts & Science / Fine Arts. Meet and mingle with Concordia Alumni in your sector and expand your network!

2014 Winter Networking for Engineers - Meet and Mingle with Mentors from 20 + Sectors
Related workshops: GPSC460
Abstract: First draft of the Winter 2014 Speed Networking for ENCS posted on March 14. Montreal-based Mentors include Concordia Alumni with degrees in Engineering and Computer Science. Expand your network!

2013 Fall Speed Networking Program - as of November 11
Related workshops: GPSC460
Abstract: First draft of the Fall 2013 Speed Networking program posted November 6. Montreal-based Mentors include Concordia Alumni with graduate degrees, entrepreneurs and community leaders working in diverse sectors such as: communications, industry, telecommunications, entertainment, business, finance, consulting, academia, research, creative arts, NGOs and more. You never know who will be your connection to future opportunities in your graduate research, career or other life journeys. Expand your network!We will continue to add bio information for all mentors.

Tri-Council Updates - 2014-2015
Related workshops: GPSC468
Abstract: Powerpoint slide show outlining changes to the 2014-2015 tri-council awards competitions. Produced by Dolly Grewal, External Awards Officer, School of Graduate Studies.

Proposal Guidelines for Awards and Scholarships
Related workshops: GPSC465
Abstract: Proposal Guidelines for Awards and Scholarships.

Tips on Applying for External Awards
Related workshops: GPSC465
Abstract: When applying for funding take advantage of all the writing tips you can find. Here are a few compiled by the Concordia School of Graduate Studies.

Writing a Meaningful Letter of Reference
Related workshops: GPSC465
Abstract: Guidelines for writing a meaningful letter of reference. Something to share with your referee.

Graduate Award FAQs
Related workshops: GPSC465
Abstract: Graduate student FAQs about award and funding opportunities.

Snapshot of Scholarships for International Students
Related workshops: GPSC465
Abstract: International students have a range of awards and funding opportunities. See the attached for a snapshot of what is available.

Letter of reference guidelines
Related workshops: GPSC465
Abstract: A strong letter of reference is essential for your funding applications. See these letter of reference guidelines for strategies to ensure you get what you need from your referees.

Sample Conference Proposals
Related workshops: GPSC433
Abstract: Samples of Individual and Group conference proposals, review rubriks and additional resources.

Student Award Winner - SSHRC
Related workshops: GPSC465
Abstract: SSHRC 2012 application strategies by a student award winner as presented at the 2012 Strategic Grant Writing Strategies workshop held September 11.

NSERC Student Award Winner
Related workshops: GPSC465
Abstract: Grant writing strategies from an award winning student (MA & PhD), as presented by at the 2012 Strategic Grant Writing Strategies workshop held September 11.


Stress Management Presentation Slides by Owen Moran
Related workshops: GPWL901
Abstract: Learn more about the causes of stress and the 5-step Guide to Stress Management