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Engaging Students in Academic and Professional Development: Designing and Graduate Student Success Series

Virtual Engagement Events Student Success Career and Workforce Development Administrators in Graduate and Professional Student Services New Professionals and Graduate Students Orientation, Transition and Retention Student Career Development

Research shows that graduate-level students benefit from transitional programming as they adjust to post-baccalaureate life.  George Mason University’s Schar School of Policy and Government uses an innovative design to create a two-part academic and professional series aimed at giving students the tools they need to be successful first, in graduate school, and then in their chosen professions.  The seminar is a partnership between Academic and Career Services.  Program design and implementation will be discussed.   

Time: 1:00 - 2:00 EST

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Orientation Transition and Retention