Category Archives: Professional Development
Career Fair and Diversity
ABE GSA September-October Social and Professional Development Events
ABE Industrial Research Symposium Volunteer Callout
Professional Development Seminar
ABE GSA Summer Schedule
This is the calendar of events that ABE GSA is hosting during the next two months! Watch your email for more details!
Work Life Balance Grad School PD Seminar
Back by popular demand!
This coming Monday, March 4th, Dr. Linda Hankins will address us all on practical work/life balance. So, if you’re feeling a bit stressed
(and let’s be honest, who isn’t?), come to Lilly 3410 from 12:30-1:30
and grab some encouragement. Pizza will be served
Register for the 2019 ABE-GSA Symposium!
Get a chance to meet experts in your field!
Network with Industry Reps!
Win cash prizes!
Professional Development Seminar Feb. 5 2019
It is the pleasure of the Professional Development Chairs to invite
you to a Professional Development Seminar tomorrow, from 11:30 – 12:30, in Lilly 3118. The speaker will be ABE’s own Dr. Porterfield,
who will speak on Science Policy, framed by his own experience as a
scientist with NASA. It’s bound to be a fun-filled, information packed seminar, and we can’t wait to see all of you there! A free lunch will be provided.
2019 Symposium Callout!
Are you interested in participating in our sixth annual Graduate Industrial Research Symposium?
Then come to our callout on December 11, 12:00PM-1PM in LILY G401. There will be free food!
Our next Symposium will be March 25, 2019. Develop your leadership and management skills by volunteering to chair one of our Symposium committees! We are looking for grad students interested in being marketing, 3MT, session, and poster chairs.
This year, our departmental Symposium will partner with Purdue’s 150 Years of Giant Leaps and other departments on campus so this will be an excellent opportunity to meet new people. The theme will be Sustainability.
Time commitment: 1-2 hours per week. Typically, we will have biweekly-weekly meetings during the Spring semester.
The mission and goals of our Symposium can be found here.