TLS - SKILLSETS

12Dec201712:30
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21Dec201714:00

De-Stress During Exams

The exam period can be a time of intense stress and also a time when many resources are no longer offered. Counselling Service is re-launching an initiative to have de-stress activities scheduled during exam days.

 

MAC CAMPUS – TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS DURING EXAMS:

·         THERAPY DOGS – 12h30 to 14h – Centennial Center Lobby

No registration is required.

Classified as: counselling services, meditation, life-skills, student wellness
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8Dec201712:00
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21Dec201717:00

De-Stress During Exams

The exam period can be a time of intense stress and also a time when many resources are no longer offered. Counselling Service is re-launching an initiative to have de-stress activities scheduled on every exam day (Friday December 8th through Thursday December 21st).

 

 

EVERY EXAM DAY – DOWNTOWN CAMPUS:

Classified as: counselling services, meditation, life-skills, student wellness
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15Jan201818:00
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20:00

Hosted by the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) McGill Student Chapter

Thinking about a career in industry? Join us on Monday January 15th to learn from industry professionals and discuss how to approach making that leap. This event will feature short talks by two professionals from Charles River Laboratories, including a Senior Research Scientist and a Human Resources representative.

Classified as: career day in pharmaceutical sciences, pharma career day, pharmaceutical, networking
18Jan2018

Deadline to register: January 18, 2018

Note: Most sessions will take place on Wednesday and Thursday evenings. You will be sent an email confirmation with the final dates and times. Seminars and case-cracking sessions usually happen from 6:30-8:30pm. Attestations of completion are issued to participants who attend a minimum of 8 lectures plus 1 case session. 

19Jan201812:15
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16:30

As a McGill Teaching Assistant (TA), you will have many challenges and responsibilities. SKILLSETS provides opportunities to develop teaching skills, and engage in discussions with other TAs.

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23Jan201810:00
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12:00

In this workshop, students will establish the foundations upon which they can start their leadership development journey. They will identify the importance of leadership development for their career and assess their own leadership potential. Importantly, this workshop will help participants begin the process of developing a leadership plan for themselves.

Learning Objectives 
At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
1. Explain how leadership is relevant to their career path;

24Jan201813:00
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15:00

In this workshop, students will establish the foundations upon which they can start their leadership development journey. They will identify the importance of leadership development for their career and assess their own leadership potential. Importantly, this workshop will help participants begin the process of developing a leadership plan for themselves.

Learning Objectives 
At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
1. Explain how leadership is relevant to their career path;

26Jan201808:30
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15:00

Part I - Exploring Authorship and Research Ownership

Participants will learn about broader integrity contexts, and then delve into real cases of plagiarism, authorship, and data falsification in academic research.

Part II - How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love Responsible Conduct of Research by Susan Zimmerman, Executive Director of the Secretariat on Responsible Conduct of Research. 

30Jan201816:00
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18:00

In this session students will be introduced to the 3-Minute Thesis/Ma Thèse en 180 secondes competition, provided with instructions for constructing their presentation, and allow them a chance to practice and receive feedback.

By the end of this session, students will be able to:

31Jan201813:00
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15:00

In this workshop, participants will learn about the importance of emotional intelligence in their careers and leadership roles. In addition, they will learn about key emotional skills and assess their level of competence. Participants will then learn techniques to improve their emotional intelligence skills.

Learning Objectives 
At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
1. Discuss the importance of emotional intelligence in your career and leadership endeavours;

31Jan201814:30
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16:30

In this session students will be introduced to the 3-Minute Thesis/Ma Thèse en 180 secondes competition, provided with instructions for constructing their presentation, and allow them a chance to practice and receive feedback.

By the end of this session, students will be able to:

1Feb201810:00
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12:00

In this session students will be introduced to the 3-Minute Thesis/Ma Thèse en 180 secondes competition, provided with instructions for constructing their presentation, and allow them a chance to practice and receive feedback.

By the end of this session, students will be able to:

7Feb201813:00
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15:00

Given increasing globalization, technological change, and task complexity, the use of teams has become an integral part of the work environment. This workshop is designed to aid graduate students in learning core strategies to successfully lead teams using an evidence-based approach.

Learning Objectives
At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
1. Describe the functions of teams and team leaders;
2. Comment on team performance determinants and leadership practices for team effectiveness;

13Feb201816:00
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18:00

In this session students competing in McGill's 3-Minute Thesis/Ma Thèse en 180 secondes competition will present their fully-prepared 3-minute presentation. Each student will receive feedback from McGill communication experts, as well as fellow participants. This feedback is intended to help students polish their presentation before the first round of heats. 

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