UBC APSC PD P2P
The Faculty of Applied Science (APSC) Pathways to Professorship (P2P) program is a new pilot program in the Faculty of Applied Science designed to prepare by its Professional Development (PD) unit for PhD students for the rigors of applying to, and holding, an academic position. Throughout the 12-session program students will gain exposure to the requirements and responsibilities of being a professor, and specifically how early-career academics can best manage their time and resources between research, teaching, and administrative duties. Further, students will come away from the program with the skills to develop an effective academic CV, teaching dossier, research statement, and knowledge regarding how to effectively prepare for an academic job interview. Students interested in the P2P program are invited to apply by August 31, 2018. Please visit the P2P program page for the latest information.
UBC CTLT Programs
The Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT) focuses on professional development in teaching and learning, integration of technology into teaching and learning, development and delivery of distance education courses and programs and other technology-enhanced learning opportunities and, through the Institute for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISoTL), scholarly approaches to curriculum and pedagogy. CTLT offers a variety of programs that are open to all members of the UBC community. While some have specific audiences in mind, there are a diverse range of events such as workshops, sessions, networking events, and speakers series for faculty, staff, graduate and undergraduate students, teaching assistants, heads, and directors. There are three main areas of graduate student programming currently offered through CTLT: its Graduate Student Program, departmental TA Training Programs, and its Certificate Program in Advanced Teaching and Learning. Please visit the CTLT Graduate Student & TA Programs page for the latest information.
UBC G&PS GPS
The Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (G&PS) Graduate Pathways to Success (GPS) Program is series of non-credit workshops, seminars and other activities designed to complement our graduate program’s academic curriculum and mentorship experience. These offerings cover a wide range of personal and professional development topics to support us throughout our time in graduate school and to allow us to develop some of the skills and competencies needed to thrive as professionals and to make meaningful contributions to society. Please visit the G+PS website page for the latest workshop information.
UBC GSS Events
The Graduate Student Society (GSS) is “the voice of UBC’s 10,000 graduate students […] here to provide support, help you connect, and fight for changes that are important to you.” The GSS runs a huge range of events throughout the year from hiking to healthy eating and from speed-friending to thought provoking events. Please visit the GSS Events page for the latest event information including workshops.
UBC Student Services Career Events
UBC Student Services provides supports students with a range of services including enrollment, international student advising, counseling, and international exchanges to name a few. They also host services and workshops available to all students. The easiest way to view their workshops is through the Career Events page. Some are applicable to all students, while some are specifically targeted toward graduate students.
The India-Canada Centre for Innovative Multidisciplinary Partnerships to Accelerate Community Transformation and Sustainability (IC-IMPACTS) is the first, and only, Canada-India Research Centre of Excellence established through the Canadian Networks of Centres of Excellence (NCE) as a new Centre dedicated to the development of research collaborations between Canada and India. Built upon the vision of three of Canada’s leading research universities – The University of British Columbia, the University of Alberta, and the University of Toronto – IC-IMPACTS is a pan-Canadian Centre bringing together researchers, industry innovators, community leaders, government agencies, and community organizations from across India and Canada, to work hand-in-hand to find solutions to the key challenges that affect the quality of life of millions of people in Indian and Canadian communities. Please visit the IC-IMPACTS website Event page for the latest workshop information.
Mitacs is a national, not-for-profit organization that has designed and delivered research and training programs in Canada for 19 years. Mitacs Training workshops are offered throughout the year and around the country. Members can sign up for their workshops at no cost! Please visit their Workshop Calendar page for the latest workshop information.