Past Events

  1. Mar 18, 2022, 12:00pm - 1:00pm

    In an extremely competitive job market, making your resume stand out is more crucial than ever. This seminar will discuss how to build a resume, what skills to leave off, trends and changes in resume writing, and what common resume mistakes to avoid. Presented by: Beth Crowner, Wooster Campus Research Librarian

  2. Mar 16, 2022, 12:00pm - 1:00pm

    At some point, most everyone will need to interview for an internship, job, fellowship, or other opportunity. Interviews can be stressful, especially if you do not have much experience doing so. In this session, we will discuss valuable interviewing techniques for those applying to jobs both inside and outside of academia. Attend this session to ensure that you are well-prepared for your upcoming interviews. Presented by: Tracy Kitchel, Senior Associate Dean and Director of Faculty and Staff Affairs

  3. Mar 14, 2022, 12:00pm - 1:00pm

    Take the headache out of writing cover letters! In this seminar, we’ll break down what the best cover letters do to grab a recruiter’s interest, and how you can demonstrate to a company that you can meet their hiring needs. Presented by: Beth Crowner, Wooster Campus Research Librarian

  4. Dec 10, 2021 (All day)

    Trying to find some dedicated, structured time to work on writing? Join our bi-weekly write in sessions! We will host events every other Friday morning from 9:00-12:00pm on Columbus and Wooster campuses beginning on September 17. These events are geared towards graduate students, postdocs, or others who may be working on longer writing projects such as manuscripts, dissertations, or thesis work.

  5. Nov 26, 2021 (All day)

    Trying to find some dedicated, structured time to work on writing? Join our bi-weekly write in sessions! We will host events every other Friday morning from 9:00-12:00pm on Columbus and Wooster campuses beginning on September 17. These events are geared towards graduate students, postdocs, or others who may be working on longer writing projects such as manuscripts, dissertations, or thesis work.

  6. Nov 23, 2021, 4:00pm - 5:00pm

    It is incredibly important that scientists communicate their research in ways that the general public can understand. In this session, we will discuss tips on how to communicate your work to non-scientists as well as how to write a clear and concise project narrative. This session will be helpful for students submitting to the IGP Graduate Competition. 

  7. Nov 12, 2021 (All day)

    Trying to find some dedicated, structured time to work on writing? Join our bi-weekly write in sessions! We will host events every other Friday morning from 9:00-12:00pm on Columbus and Wooster campuses beginning on September 17. These events are geared towards graduate students, postdocs, or others who may be working on longer writing projects such as manuscripts, dissertations, or thesis work.

  8. Oct 29, 2021 (All day)

    Trying to find some dedicated, structured time to work on writing? Join our bi-weekly write in sessions! We will host events every other Friday morning from 9:00-12:00pm on Columbus and Wooster campuses beginning on September 17. These events are geared towards graduate students, postdocs, or others who may be working on longer writing projects such as manuscripts, dissertations, or thesis work.

  9. Oct 21, 2021, 4:00pm - 6:00pm

  10. Oct 15, 2021 (All day)

    Trying to find some dedicated, structured time to work on writing? Join our bi-weekly write in sessions! We will host events every other Friday morning from 9:00-12:00pm on Columbus and Wooster campuses beginning on September 17. These events are geared towards graduate students, postdocs, or others who may be working on longer writing projects such as manuscripts, dissertations, or thesis work.

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