Workshops are provided to enhance professional and career development opportunities and promote community-building activities for all Cleveland State University Graduate Students. These services are provided free of charge to graduate students by CSU partners and the Graduate Student Resource Center.
Writing at the Master’s Degree Level
This workshop is designed to help graduate students understand basics for writing academic papers and maintaining a formal, academic voice throughout a research paper.
Preparing a Teaching Portfolio
This session will describe typical components in a teaching portfolio and explain the ways in which it may be used to analyze and improve teaching and learning activities for a given class. Participants can then work one-on-one with the Director of the Center or another faculty member to develop a teaching portfolio.
One of the most common challenges international students face is dealing with culture shock. Many international students find it difficult to adjust to the culture of their host country. The workshop will provide resources for dealing with culture shock to help you make the most of your U.S. experience.
Dissertation Boot Camp for Ph.D. Students
We'll provide the space and you provide the time. Finishing your dissertation is a priority! Join the experts from the Writing Center and Library for structured and unstructured time, all week long, dedicated to writing.
Career success network
March 3rd (11:30-1pm) or March 5th (3-4:30pm)
How to Navigate a Career Fair- for all international students
Learn best practices for job searching in the U.S. and discuss what to expect at the March 20th Career Fair
Workshop in Rhodes West 202
CSU Career Fair
The Spring 2015 Career Fair for CSU students and alumni provides a format for students to meet employers to obtain internships, part-time jobs, and full-time professional positions after graduation.
ACADEMIC SKILLS Development
Student Life Activities