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CIRTL Leaders will be featured panelists in an upcoming webinar co-hosted by the POD Graduate Student, Professional Student, and Postdoctoral Scholar Development special interest group (GPPD SIG) and the Graduate Career Consortium (GCC). Please see more details below!

How do colleagues in units across campus form productive collaborations to support graduate students and postdocs? On Tuesday, September 12 from 12 noon to 1pm CST/1:00 to 2:00 pm ET, we’ll feature three POD Graduate Student, Professional Student, and Postdoctoral Scholar Development special interest group (GPPD SIG) members who partner with career and professional development colleagues at their institutions in innovative ways. This webinar is offered in partnership with the Graduate Career Consortium (GCC).

Featured POD members and their colleagues:

  • Preston Cumming, PhD, Professional Development Lead at the Center for Teaching & Learning, and Leslie Blood, PhD, Director of Graduate Community & Professional Development in the Graduate School at the University of Colorado Boulder
  • Katherine Beydler, PhD, Assistant Director in the Office of Teaching, Learning & Technology, and Jennifer Teitle, PhD, Assistant Dean for Graduate Development and Postdoctoral Affairs in the Graduate College at the University of Iowa
  • Stefanie Baier, PhD, Director of Instructional Development for Graduate Students and Postdocs, and Julie Rojewski, PhD, Director of PhD Career Services at Michigan State University

Please register now to join us for this special webinar. It will not be recorded.

But wait—there’s more! You can help us grow POD and the GPPD SIG by spreading the word about this conversation.

Because this conversation features professionals working in a variety of careers in higher ed administration, we’ve made it free to attend. We’ll have representatives of both POD and GCC talk briefly about the value of membership in the organization. We hope that colleagues, graduate students and postdocs who might be interested will join us. Can you help spread the word to colleagues, graduate students, and postdocs who you think might be interested?

Multiple groups who might be particularly interested:

  • Colleagues, postdocs, or graduate students who work with your offices
  • Colleagues, postdocs, or graduate students who may be interested in higher education administration careers
  • Graduate students in programs such as curriculum & instruction, higher ed administration, counselor education, training & development, educational leadership, etc.
We hope to see you there!