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SKY Club to offer online meditation retreat Dec. 4–6

Nov. 17, 2020

This Yale-recommended wellness workshop and meditation retreat offers techniques to eliminate stress, improve vitality and expand awareness—open to all students, faculty and staff.

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What it means to disagree, admit uncertainty and maintain a robust friendship

Nov. 16, 2020

On Nov. 20, join the Lunch with Limerick series with Patty Limerick and—for this session—Jennifer Ho, director of the Center for Humanities & the Arts, as they talk about what it means to disagree.

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Just for grad students: Join a Nov. 19 panel on jobs in health sciences

Nov. 16, 2020

The Graduate Career Panel Series is designed to help graduate students consider and explore career opportunities outside of academia. This discussion will feature alumni at various stages of their careers in the health sciences.

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Budget & Fiscal Planning launches new training session: the financial impacts of furlough

Nov. 16, 2020

Running every two weeks on Thursdays, this training explores the impact of campuswide furloughs and pay reductions upon salary and benefits processes for fiscal year 2021.

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Experience the learning journey of 2020 during Employee Learning Week

Nov. 10, 2020

Join Human Resources the week of Dec. 7 for free, action-based sessions to gain strategies you can apply to your work and personal life.

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Join fellow Buffs for a post-election dialogue series

Nov. 9, 2020

Registration is open for a student dialogue series on the impacts of the 2020 election. There will be separate sessions for those who are satisfied with the election results and those who are unsatisfied with the election results.

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Academic technology trainings are coming up

Nov. 4, 2020

Whether you’re looking for tips on Canvas, iClicker Cloud, or other tools, the Office of Information Technology is offering webinars through early January, on-demand videos, and tailored trainings and consultations.

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Defending your thesis remotely, a workshop Nov. 5

Nov. 2, 2020

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, graduate students are encouraged (and may be required) to defend theses remotely. Faculty advisors and students will learn important tips and tricks to use Zoom for thesis defenses.

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How to disagree with powerful people: An Ombuds Office 'lunch and learn' Nov. 17

Nov. 2, 2020

Join Kerry Tay McLean of the Ombuds Office as she shares how to disagree with someone who may hold a more powerful position than you.

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Just for grad students: Workshops on mentorship, breaking the ice, more

Oct. 26, 2020

Join upcoming workshops on mentor-mentee relationships, resolving conflict and defending theses. International graduate students are invited to join Confident Conversations: Breaking the Ice with Small Talk.

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