Graduate Student Professional Development Programming 2018-2019 What Kind of Development Programs Are You Interested In? Thank you for taking this survey. As the graduate college expands and strengthens its academic and student affairs offerings, we want to ensure we are providing what is most needed by graduate students at UT - whether it is by collaborating with other university departments or creating something from scratch. The second half of the survey lists professional development under "themes" with examples of types of workshops/sessions. We ask you to select all in which you may be interested. Finally, we have provided a comment section and would encourage you to share any feedback you have. If you have more ideas after taking this survey, feel free to share them to GradCollegeProgramming@utoledo.edu. OK Question Title * 1. What degree are you pursuing? Doctoral Masters Graduate Certificate OK Question Title * 2. What college are you in ? Arts & Letters Business & Innovation Education Engineering Health & Human Services Law Medicine & Life Sciences Nursing Pharmacy Natural Sciences & Mathematics OK Question Title * 3. How aware are you of professional development offered in your home college/program? Very Aware Somewhat Aware Not Aware OK Question Title * 4. Are you a member of any professional/student organizations (excluding GSA)? Yes No OK Question Title * 5. How aware are you of professional development offered by your organization(s) of which you are a member? Very Aware Somewhat Aware Not Aware OK Question Title * 6. What is your preferred mode of delivery for professional development? Choose all that apply. Online On Campus Large Group Small Group Webinar Online Modules Single session Session Series OK Question Title * 7. Time preference for professional development. Choose all that apply. 9am - 12pm 12pm - 5pm 5pm - 9pm Accessible online 24/7 OK Question Title * 8. Please select all that are of interest to you and in which there is a strong likelihood you will participate. Teaching & Learning: Classroom management; Syllabus design; Classroom strategies; Teaching and Learning styles; Lesson Planning; Engaging students in and out of classroom Leadership & Management: Self-assessment of leadership traits; letting go of fear; learning to listen; creating trust in a team; leading by example; giving others credit; strategic thinking; creative thinking Career Development: Managing career change and industry transition; how to translate your skills into language employers understand; writing combination resumes/CVs; interviewing tips Personal Development: integration of talent, skill, experience, and goals; discovering your purpose; philanthropy; finding confidence; defining personal ethics Academic Enrichment: Time management; finding a mentor; being a mentor; setting goals; study skills; reading for graduate school; test-taking tips Communication: networking; interpersonal skills; small group interaction; presentation skills; how to communicate with your advisor; asking questions; advocating for self; conflict resolution; LinkedIn; online profiles; presenting at conferences; speaking to an audience of experts; speaking to a lay audience; sharing your research Diversity: affinity groups; diversity leader speaker series; themed trainings; conversation groups; peer training; community experts; the business case for diversity; diversity success stories Graduate Writing: Developing a writing game plan; writing proposals; forming writing groups; the writing process; writing in specific genres – structure, content, audience; thesis writing; dissertation writing; proposal writing; publishing Graduate Research: citation management tools; academic journal publishing; creating scholarly online persona/profiles; basic research design; intellectual property; ethics in research; searching for grants; ethics Project Management: Goal setting; identifying project lifecycle; organizing and preparing time management plan; managing multiple timelines and duties; monitoring progress, handling change and project closeout Health and Wellness: stress relief; mindfulness; fitness; food selection/preparation; leisure and recreation choices Finances: budgeting; managing debt; finding funding for school; investing and saving; big ticket purchases; managing credit Dissertation: coaching and camps; creating a committee; developing a topic; getting beyond ABD Technology: maker series; software; cloud-based technologies; what’s hot and what’s not International Student Support: conversation groups; practice in pronunciation; local resources/groups; social gatherings; domestic “buddy” program; expectations on email and meetings OK Question Title * 9. Please feel free to share suggestions, ideas, and feedback! OK YOU ARE DONE! YOU ROCK(ET)!