College of Graduate Studies

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS 2019 – 2020

 Let's Talk!

Monday, November 4 | 5:30 - 6:30 pm | Student Union 2500

The Office of Multicultural Student Success and the Counseling Center would like to invite you to our first "Let's Talk!" event. This will be a supportive and inclusive space where you can engage in open dialogue about what's going on with you, your experiences, or whatever is on your mind. Cultural; Health/Wellness; Discussion/Forum

RSVP for Let's Talk!


graduate studies sponsored workshops

Put your best foot forward: personal statement
& resume /CV crafting

Monday, September 23, 5:30 - 7:00pm, CL 2024 (Dorothy Price Model Classroom next to Starbucks)
Career Service professionals will walk you through how to craft an outstanding personal statement,
and how to focus on identifying and including the most relevant skills and accomplishments in your
resume/CV. Bring a few copies of your most recent cover letter/personal statement and your resume/CV. 
RSVP on InvoNet to reserve your spot! Download the Corq app for quick check-in.

Put your best foot forward: resume /CV peer review and refinement

Monday, September 30, 5:30 - 7:00pm, CL 2024 (Dorothy Price Model Classroom next to Starbucks)
Career Service professionals will follow-up with you to facilitate peer review of your revised resume/CV
(from September 23) as well as circulate in the room, providing one-on-one feedback as needed. Bring at
least three copies of your revised resume/CV  to share with your peers and Career Services consultants.
RSVP on InvoNet to reserve your spot! Download the Corq app for quick check-in.


Career service events

jcpenney rocket suit-up

Sunday, September 29, 6:30 - 9:30pm, JCPenney Store, Franklin Park Mall.
During this event, UToledo students and alumni will be able to purchase everything they need to
finish their look for that next interview or new job - including suits, dresses, sports coats, dress
pants, shoes, and accessories - at an additional 30% off ticketed price. Registration is not required,
but you must present your student ID to enter the event and receive the discount card. For more
details like FAQs, event features, and directions, visit the Suit-Up webpage.

fall 2019 career fair

Tuesday, October 8, 2:00 - 5:00pm, Student Union Auditorium, Main Campus
Dress is business professional and fair is open to all majors, all degree levels, and
UToledo alumni. Registration will be on-site and visit the Fall Career Fair event page
for important tips like downloading the Corq and Career Fair+ apps for quick check-in and more.

etiquette dinner

Thursday, November 14, 5:30 - 7:30pm, Student Union Auditorium, Main Campus
Contact: Career Services by phone: 419.530.4341


fall 2019 engineering career expo

Tuesday, September 24, 9:00am, John F. Savage Arena, Main Campus
Contact: College of Engineering Career Development Center at 419.530.8050
and visit the Career Expo webpage for additional information.


college of business and innovation events

fall 2019 job fair

Wednesday, September 25, 1:00 - 4:00pm, John F. Savage Arena, Main Campus
Registration will be on-site and visit the Job Fair Information for Students webpage
for important details on expectations, signing up for Handshake, and much more.

mock interview

September 18, 19, and 20. To secure a mock interview, bring a copy of your most
recent resume to Business Career Programs located in the Savage & Associates
Business Complex, Suite 4120. Read the online flyer for more information. Number
of interviews is restricted so don't delay!

resume critique

September 20 and 24. For more information contact the Business Career Programs office
by Email: BusinessCareers@utoledo.edu or Phone: 419.530.5400

Etiquette dinner

October 24. For more information contact the Business Career Programs office
by Email: BusinessCareers@utoledo.edu or Phone: 419.530.5400


 


fall library workshops

Business Research for the Job Hunt

  • Wednesday, October 2, 2:00pm, CL 1025
  • Thursday, November 7, 3:00pm, CL 1025

Learn how to use company research databases and websites to assist your job hunt.
Get more information from the Library Workshop LibGuide.

  • Find companies by industry or location
  • Find company information that will wow your interviewer
  • Find current news about a company

 Mastering Citations with EndNote

  • Wednesday, September 18, 4:00pm, CL 1025
  • Monday, September 30, 5:00pm, CL 1025
  • Thursday, October 24, 12:00pm, CL 1025
  • Thursday, November 14, 5:00pm, CL 1025

Correctly citing all of your sources for your research is an important part of being an ethical researcher. 
Get more information from the Library Workshop LibGuide.

  • Collect citations from Google Scholar, library databases, and your own saved PDFs
  • Find and attach full text to eliminate paper and make searching easy
  • Adapt EndNote to your own organization system
  • Cite your sources correctly in any style in Microsoft Word

All About Patents and Standards

  • Tuesday, September 24, 12:00pm, CL 1025
  • Wednesday, October 16, 3:00pm, CL 1025

Patents and standards can help you avoid legal liability, keep you from wasting time
and money, and allow you to follow established protocol or best practices.  Get more
information from the Library Workshop LibGuide.

  • What patents and standards are
  • How patents and standards came to exist
  • Why you might want to use them
  • Where to find them

 Scholarly Attribution and Citation: What You Need to Know

  • Wednesday, Wednesday, October 16, 11:00am, CL 1025
  • Thursday, October 17, 11:00am,  CL 1025
  • Tuesday, October 22, 1:00pm, CL 1025
  • Wednesday, October 23, 2:00pm, CL 1025

Are you properly attributing and citing your sources? Includes a discussionof the differences between
quoting, paraphrasing, citation and attribution, and making fair use of intellectual property. 
Get more information from the Library Workshop LibGuide.

  • Why citation is imperative in scholarly settings
  • Understand the difference between giving credit and respecting copyright
  • Identify the basic citation style manuals
  • Identify the basic creative commons licenses

 electronic thesis and dissertation overview

An overview of the preparation and submission process for graduate Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs) within the context of graduation requirements for the Graduate College. A "live" navigation through our ETD resources and the OhioLINK ETD Center is included. RSVP to the session you wish to attend. Download the Corq app for quick check-in.


 



 


 


 


 


 

 


 


 

Last Updated: 9/24/20