We have a great event planned for this Friday, as Drs. Davis and Hattery lead a discussion about how to build a great CV during your time in grad school. Hope to see you all there!
Regardless of desired career trajectory, one of the key products of graduate school is the Curriculum Vitae (CV). How does one go about figuring out how to do the right things so that the CV is as full and complete as it can be at graduation? How do you make decisions about conference attendance and presentations, find teaching and professional development opportunities, and “get your name out there”? In this brown bag discussion, we will provide some suggestions about timing of events throughout the graduate school life course and how to get involved in activities that show your professional dedication as well as becoming lines on your CV. Q&A to follow.
- Who: All grad students
- What: Brown bag, “How to Get Lines on Your CV Without Even Trying (Sort Of),” moderated by Shannon Davis (GMU, Sociology) and Angela Hattery (GMU, Women and Gender Studies)
- When: Friday, November 4, 12:00-2:00 pm
- Where: Women and Gender Studies Center (Johnson Center, Room 240K)
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