When you arrive on campus for your first semester, we give you as much information as possible at Orientation! But, we know that this can be an overwhelming time, so we’ve decided to break it up. Throughout the semester, we’re highlighting various events and resources across campus to connect you with all that UB has to offer. This spring, we’re highlighting mental health and wellness, and career development.
Join the Biomedical Graduate Student Government and the Office of Biomedical Education for a Town Hall to discuss the results of the Graduate Climate Survey. We will also share new initiatives developed to strengthen our academic and student support services while also hearing from you on how we can continue to create an inclusive research environment.
The Graduate School has partnered with the Career Design Center to offer a lunch and learn skillshop designed for PhD students interested in careers in industry. Register for the upcoming skillshop.
Learn how to approach your goals with intention instead of overwhelm in this workshop with Dr. Kate Henry, productivity coach. We’ll cover Slow Productivity practices like learning when to shift from perfect to good, how to differentiate between goals and stretch goals, how to build in blank space and breaks into your days, how to utilize reflection to shift your approach when you hit an obstacle, and more. Attendees will leave this workshop with next steps for applying Slow Productivity to their own practices.
Join us to learn more about potential biomedical career paths available to you, outside of the traditional academic postdoctoral fellowship. Each information session will include a curated panel that will share their path to their non-academic research career following their biomedical graduate studies. This will be an open environment for all attendees to participate and ask questions about the panelist’s careers and roles within their current companies.
Hosted by the Jacobs School Graduate Student Ambassador Mentor Team.
From workshops, to seminars to world-renowned speakers, there are hundreds of opportunities to learn and network at UB. Take a look at our upcoming events, designed specifically for our graduate and professional student population.
Be sure to visit UB’s central events calendar for a comprehensive list of what is happening at UB, including conferences, lectures, meetings, seminars, sporting events and much more.
The University at Buffalo and the Jacobs School offer a wide variety of resources for students from academic support to student life and wellness. We’ve compiled a list of recommended resources for you to check out!