From working with faculty and student peers in graduate school, to effective methods of communication and fostering relationships with professionals (e.g. researchers, teachers, employers) within national and global contexts, offerings in this category emphasize the importance of and need for developing competence in all aspects and modes of communication—oral, written, virtual and visual.
Fall 2014 Preview
The ASPIRE partners are hard at work developing new programming for graduate students. In the meantime, here is a sneak peak of offerings in the fall 2014 term below. You can also see a complete listing of our past events here. All fall 2014 ASPIRE events will be posted by September 1, 2014.
New Fundamentals of Graduate Writing
This workshop teaches you the two cornerstones of graduate writing: academic integrity and correct grammar. Learn More
Your Digital Footprint: How to Build an Online Identity
Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and other tools have become an integral part of the research culture at Laurier. This workshop aids students in developing their presence in the digital world by exploring social media issues that need to be considered before creating social media accounts. Learn More