Interdisciplinary Graduate Training

Graduate training events and groups support the development of students in the areas of research, funding, professionalization, interdisciplinary research, and networking. Events and groups vary by year and are driven by student demand.

Below is a list of graduate and postdoctoral training events for Fall 2019.


Interdisciplinary Proseminar Sessions

All sessions are on Fridays from 12-1 in IBS 155B. All graduate students and postdocs are welcome to drop in anytime.

Sept. 14
Time management—Stef Mollborn, Sociology

Sept. 21
How to be a productive writer—Michaele Ferguson, Political Science

Sept. 28
Teaching your own class—Sarah Sokhey, Political Science

Oct. 5
Giving a great presentation—Lori Hunter, Sociology

Oct. 12
Collaboration and Coauthorship—David Pyrooz, Sociology

Oct. 19
Bargaining and negotiation—Nicholas Flores, Economics

Oct. 26
How to network professionally—Fernando Riosmena, Geography

Nov. 2
Making the most of professional conferences—Carew Boulding, Sociology

Nov. 9
Workshop for improving your CV

Nov. 16
Workshop for crafting a 3-sentence elevator speech/presenting yourself online—facilitated by Anand Sokhey

Nov. 30
Grants and funding opportunities—Judith McCabe, Institute of Behavioral Science