Upcoming Events

August 2019

 What job will you succeed in based on your personality?

Date:August 21, 2019 (12-1:30pm)
Location:  72 E. Concord St., Room L109AB
Description: Behavior is the best predictor of performance. Knowing your personality and strengths will allow you to make a vital road map for your future career. Use a reliable, validated tool with decades of data behind it to reveal development strengths and needs. Take the 16 Personality Factors (16PF) personality test and work with psychologist Dr. Steve Brady during a workshop to learn about your personality and what type of role you will succeed in.
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Navigating Mentoring Relationships: Strategies for Uncharted Terrain

Date:August 22, 2019 from 12 pm-1:30 pm
Location:  72 E. Concord St., Room L109AC- Medical Campus
Description: Working with mentors (advisers, PIs, supervisors, etc.) is an integral part of being a graduate student or postdoc, but sometimes these relationships present challenges. In this interactive workshop, you’ll learn strategies for examining power dynamics, improving communication, and identifying problems in your mentoring relationships. Our four presenters will answer your questions and share their expertise in break-out sessions:

Francine Montemurro (University Ombuds)

Isidore Berenbaum, MD (Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry)

Kaila Rudolph, MD, MPH (Attending Consultation-Liaison Psychiatrist at Boston Medical Center)

Please register as lunch will be provided. This event is in collaboration with Grad Affairs and RCR.
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Career Colloquium: Day long career panels

Date:August 23, 2019 from 8:30am-5:00 pm
Location:  610 Commonwealth Ave., Room 101- Charles River Campus
Description: This one-day series of career panels offers doctoral students and postdocs the opportunity to learn from professionals who are using their doctorate in a variety of academic and nonacademic sectors. Explore careers in:

  • Teaching
  • Museums & Nonprofits
  • Policy/Government/Law
  • Education Outside the Classroom 
  • STEM Research
  • Humanities and Social Science Research
  • Business
  • Communication

This event is in collaboration with BU PDPA & Grad Affairs.

Be sure to register as space is limited and food is provided: RSVP