Graduate School Base Camp
Graduate School Base Camp is a condensed version of key GradProSkills workshops which lay the foundations for a positive and productive grad school experience. During these six carefully selected one-hour workshops, participants will learn fundamental skills, gain an awareness of important university rules, and be pointed to key resources.
To register for Base Camp 2017, log in to your Student Center and enroll in course "GPLL20". This course will be found in the Winter 2017 term for your professional development career. If you require assistance, view our registration instructional video or email the email@example.com.
Base camp is recommended for newly admitted graduate students, and in particular international students who are new to the Canadian university context and graduate students who are returning to university after an extended absence.
Below you will find a full schedule for the day.
|Time||Friday, January 20, 2017|
|9:00-10:00||Library Skills & Resources|
|10:10-11:10||Effective Reading Strategies|
|12:20-13:30||Lunch will be provided to participants|
|14:40-16:00||Know the Code|
Details of the five workshops
Presented by Krista Alexander, Subject Librarian for physics, chemistry & biochemistry, Library
Learn how to effectively use library resources and manage the research process.
Presented by Jason Begy, GradProSkills
Acquire strategies for reading academic texts for effective note-taking and participation in class discussions and graduate seminars.
Presented by Laura Gallo, Interfaith Facilitator, and Ellie Hummel, Chaplain and Coordinator, Concordia Multi-faith and Spirituality Centre.
Understand campus diversity and how to contribute in a positive and respectful way.
Presented by Jamie Robinson, GradProSkills
Explore techniques for effective time management, particularly in the context of research projects.
Presented by Dr. Amir Aghram, Associate Dean, School of Graduate Studies, and Raja Bhattacharya, Coordinator of the Student Advocacy Program
Ensure you are aware of your rights and responsibilities in relation to the academic code. Identify key areas of concern and strategies for avoiding misunderstanding.