Introduction to Professional Development

These seminars highlight the importance of early career planning and professional development. Engaging in career planning and professional development will provide Pitt graduates a competitive advantage when they are ready to enter the workforce, regardless of their career path. Dates of Spring 2018 sessions to be posted soon.
Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - 12:00pm - 1:30pm
O'Hara Student Center - Dining Room
Darlene F. Zellers, PhD
Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Career Development, Health Sciences

This seminar is designed to be a call to action for doctoral students to take ownership of their career planning and professional development in the same way they will be responsible for their scholarly development. It is customized for students in the later stages of their graduate program. This program will provide an overview of career planning strategies modified for a shortened and more urgent timeline. We will also discuss how to identify resources from the vast array that exist at the University and online.

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Friday, February 17, 2017 - 12:00pm - 1:30pm
S100 Starzl Biomedical Science Tower
Darlene F. Zellers, PhD
Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Career Development, Health Sciences

Intended for doctoral students within the first two years of their studies, this seminar is designed to be a call to action for doctoral students to take ownership of their career planning and professional development in the same way they will be responsible for their scholarly development. This seminar will highlight the importance of early career planning and professional development to all career options, including careers in academia. Engaging in career planning and professional development early in one’s doctoral studies will provide Pitt graduates a competitive advantage when they are ready to enter the workforce, regardless of their career path.

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Add to Calendar 02/17/2017 12:00 PM 02/17/2017 01:30 PM America/New_York Introduction to Professional Development DPCD Workshop S100 Starzl Biomedical Science Tower 02/17/2017 Center for Doctoral and Postdoctoral Career Development

Thursday, February 9, 2017 - 12:00pm - 1:30pm
O'Hara Student Center - Dining Room
Darlene F. Zellers, PhD
Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Career Development, Health Sciences

Intended for doctoral students within the first two years of their studies, this seminar is designed to be a call to action for doctoral students to take ownership of their career planning and professional development in the same way they will be responsible for their scholarly development. This seminar will highlight the importance of early career planning and professional development to all career options, including careers in academia. Engaging in career planning and professional development early in one’s doctoral studies will provide Pitt graduates a competitive advantage when they are ready to enter the workforce, regardless of their career path.

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Learn More about Dr. Zellers >

Add to Calendar 02/09/2017 12:00 PM 02/09/2017 01:30 PM America/New_York Introduction to Professional Development DPCD Workshop O'Hara Student Center, Dining Room 02/09/2017 Center for Doctoral and Postdoctoral Career Development

Thursday, February 11, 2016 - 12:00pm - 1:30pm
O'Hara Student Center - Dining Room
Steven K. Wendell, PhD, PC
Director, Center for Doctoral and Postdoctoral Career Development
Assistant Professor, School of Medicine
University of Pittsburgh
This seminar is designed to be a call to action for doctoral students to take ownership of their career planning and professional development in the same way they will be responsible for their scholarly development. It is customized for students in the later stages of their graduate program. This program will provide an overview of career planning strategies modified for a shortened and more urgent timeline. We will also discuss how to identify resources from the vast array that exist at the university and online.
Wednesday, February 3, 2016 - 12:00pm - 1:30pm
O'Hara Student Center - Dining Room
Steven K. Wendell, PhD, PC
Director, Center for Doctoral and Postdoctoral Career Development
Assistant Professor, School of Medicine
University of Pittsburgh
Intended for doctoral students within the first two years of their studies, this seminar is designed to be a call to action for doctoral students to take ownership of their career planning and professional development in the same way they will be responsible for their scholarly development. This seminar will highlight the importance of early career planning and professional development to all career options, including careers in academia. Engaging in career planning and professional development early in one’s doctoral studies will provide Pitt graduates a competitive advantage when they are ready to enter the workforce, regardless of their career path.
Tuesday, February 2, 2016 - 3:00pm - 4:30pm
O'Hara Student Center - Dining Room
Steven K. Wendell, PhD, PC
Director, Center for Doctoral and Postdoctoral Career Development
Assistant Professor, School of Medicine
University of Pittsburgh
Intended for doctoral students within the first two years of their studies, this seminar is designed to be a call to action for doctoral students to take ownership of their career planning and professional development in the same way they will be responsible for their scholarly development. This seminar will highlight the importance of early career planning and professional development to all career options, including careers in academia. Engaging in career planning and professional development early in one’s doctoral studies will provide Pitt graduates a competitive advantage when they are ready to enter the workforce, regardless of their career path.