Slides from the Grad Cohort 2018 Workshop. This session addressed the skills that are needed for networking – a very important component of your professional life. The topics included strategies for finding a community, meeting people in the field, and promoting your research and yourself.
Created by our CRA-W Board in 2018, here are some tips and and suggestions to ensure that conferences are safe, unbiased, and comfortable for each participant.
Gail C. Murphy and Joanne M. Atlee provide seven tips for identifying the most impactful opportunities to take on and deciding how and when to say no gracefully.
This session focused on the challenges of human-human interactions, identifying work-place bias, and how to create a more inclusive work place environment.
Get the slides, recording, and FAQ from Taghrid Samak's 2017 Virtual Undergraduate Town Hall on Using Machine Learning for Network Capacity Management and Extracurricular Activities
This session presented at the 2017 Grace Hopper Conference covered strategies for balancing the demands of both academic and industry careers.
In this session, we will cover both current theories on educational pedagogy as well as very practical suggestions and resources to thrive in the classroom.
A.J. Brush and Ming Lin discuss various career paths, interview tactics, and navigating job offers.
This 2017 presentation at Grace Hopper mentored students on how to build a professional image that is “effective in giving others a positive perception of you and your abilities.”
Explore how to find a mentor and how to be a good mentor. This resource discusses building mentor relationships, challenges and barriers in mentoring others.