Create Your Plan
Perspectives: Security Workshop- 5 Way You Can Protect Your Devices, Your Work, and Your Personal Information
ood security doesn’t have to be hard to understand or difficult to implement. Come learn some of the simple steps that you can take to improve your security and privacy awareness in a digital world. Bring your laptop, smartphone, and questions for a hands-on workshop led by a team of campus computer security experts. Sign up and attend to receive a free Cornell laptop webcam privacy cover!
Facilitator, Meryl Bursic, Senior Security Engineer, Cornell University IT Security Office and members of the IT@Cornell team
Learn the art and science of exercise and healthy fueling for optimal physical and mental performance using a wellness approach to understanding your body's needs. Whether you are just getting started, want to include more exercise and nutrition into your daily routine, or are an experienced athlete/dietician, this session is for you. All participants will leave with an understanding of their own fitness and nutrition goals, best practices to achieve their goals, and resources to support them. Come with your individualized question for group discussion.
Practice navigating the challenging conversations you might have with a mentor or advisor when pursuing your individual development plan in this online workshop. The thought of approaching a mentor to talk about topics in an Individual Development Plan—such as academic progress, research timeframe, authorship, professional goal prioritization, and career aspiration—can be nerve-wracking and stressful. This workshop will present strategies and techniques to help you prepare for these difficult conversations, and to make them more productive when you do have them.
Have you ever thought about how your personal identity is reflected in a classroom setting? Do your personal attributes and values influence your teaching style? Join us in conversation about how to understand and develop an authentic teaching identity.
Are you a grad student, teaching assistant or post-doc? Looking for ways to make your teaching more fun and engaging? The Center for Teaching Innovation is pleased to offer the University-wide (U-wide) GET SET Teaching Conference for all graduate students, post-docs, and teaching assistants at Cornell. The conference provides an opportunity for networking and interdisciplinary discussions on teaching with colleagues from across campus.
Join renowned Cornell faculty and CTI fellows to:
Pathways to Success (P2S) is the Graduate School’s framework for helping graduate and professional students and postdoctoral scholars be successful in their research and scholarship, and establish the necessary skills to their future careers.
We often hear that the graduate school experience is nothing like anyone expected it would be… so, what is a first-year student to do? Make a strategic plan!!! Spend time with our Associate Dean discussing the value of strategic planning and how to take control of your academic future right from the very beginning. This session is guaranteed to be full of practical strategies, illustrative stories, and inspiration for how you can be successful. Presenter: Jan Allen, Associate Dean for Academic and Student Affairs
This exciting science communication workshop will feature the following topics: professional online presence of scientists, training speakers for public engagement, emerging digital platforms, and the messaging triangle. This will be an informal workshop and formatted as a science café. ASAP will be cohosting the event with Mark Sarvary from the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior and Kitty Gifford, co-instructor of the Applied Science Communication course. The event will include beverages and refreshments. Additional details to come.
BEST & ASAP Present: Mark Dighton: Introduction to Practicing Law Institutes Patent Bar Review Course
ASAP will be hosting a Skype discussion with Mark Dighton who will be sharing information on how to enter into the field of intellectual property and what steps are required to pass the patent bar exam. He is the Director of Law School Relations and the Administrative Director of the Patent Office Exam Course. This is a joint event between ASAP and the law school’s Intellectual Property and Technology Student Association, and therefore the event will be targeted for law students. However, graduate students are also strongly encouraged to attend. Cookies and refreshments will be served.