GSRC Meeting: October 2017

GSRC Meeting: October 2017

On the agenda:

  • News and announcements
  • Resume building workshop with Dr. Christopher Atwood
  • Open floor
  • GSRC Meeting: September 2017

    GSRC Meeting: September 2017

    Welcome (back)! Join GSRC for our first meeting of the 2017-18 academic year and the Fall semester, Friday, September 29th, 2017, from 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM, in Williams Hall, 844 (EALC Conference Room). Socialize with fellow EALC graduate students. Hear and give feedback on research presentations by members preparing for the upcoming Mid-Atlantic Regional Association of Asian Studies (MARAAS) conference in October.

    Food and drinks will be served!

    On the agenda:

  • Welcome/Mission Statement
  • News and announcements
  • Review of previous year’s activity
  • Board elections
  • Discuss graduate conference plans
  • Presentation by Mark Bookman: “On Remarkable Opportunity and Untold Hardship: Impairment in Interwar Japan”
  • Presentation by John Grisafi: “Religious and National Identity among Koreans and Japanese in Korea, 1860-1945”
  • Open floor
  • EALC Graduate Student Orientation and Information Session

    EALC Graduate Student Orientation and Information Session

    The EALC Graduate Student Orientation and Information Session will be on Monday, August 28, 2017, from 2:00-4:00 pm in Williams Hall, Room 421.

    All new and current EALC graduate students in residence are required to attend.

    We will review the expectations and requirements of the graduate program. You will meet faculty and current graduate students in EALC who will talk about their research interests, course offerings and how they can support you in your program.

    Refreshments will be served.

    If you are unable to attend, please email Linda Greene at lmgreene@sas.upenn.edu.

    CTL Workshop

    CTL Workshop

    Join us for Professor Linda Chance’s CTL workshop on “Student Engagement through Wikis!” 

    The workshop will take place on Friday, February 3rd from 3:30-5:00PM in Williams 844 (seminar room). Refreshments will be provided!

    This is our opportunity to raise and discuss issues that pertain specifically to our vocation. I encourage everyone to take advantage of this valuable resource, in a fun, easy going atmosphere.

    All graduate students are welcome, no registration necessary. This workshop counts toward the CTL Teaching Certificate.

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