San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Grad Minds presents: Navigating the Student Experience at U of T(#navigatingUofT), a panel discussion meant to raise awareness around the challenges, barriers, and opportunities graduate students encounter throughout their studies at the University of Toronto. This student driven event, provides graduate students with an opportunity to participate in an open dialogue with U of T staff, students and the community. Student panelists will speak out about their experience with accessing program student support services, seeking support from their supervisors and program faculty members, and finding a sense of community. Come out to this exciting event to celebrate the success and progress the university has made to date to better the student experience, and to highlight areas that need improvement. We want to hear from students how the University experience can be made better. Grad Minds also encourages students to engage in the question and answer period using the hash tag #navigatingUofT. Lessons learned from this discussion will be shared with the U of T community to help focus on what program areas need improvement. Registration opens at . Panel discussion to begin at . Light refreshments will be served during the registration period.
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The evening will feature a panel of speakers who will spark conversation regarding the opportunities and challenges they experienced at the University of Toronto. We are pleased to announce our confirmed speakers include:
Career Educator at the University of Toronto
Learning Strategist, Academic Success Centre Division of Student Life – St. George Campus
MSW student, Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work
PhD student, Centre for Comparative Literature
Camila Guarim Figueiredo
PhD Student (Archaeology), Department of Anthropology
PhD Student (Primatology), Department of Anthropology
MA Student (Ethnomusicology), Faculty of Music
Question and Answer Period (Q & A)
The second half of the event will be participant-driven. That means you get to set the agenda. Why are you interested in engaging in this discussion? What suggestions do you have to improve the student experience at U of T?
We look forward to seeing you there!
If you have any questions or require accommodation please e-mail Irina Voronin at email@example.com
When & Where
Grad Minds is the official Graduate Student Mental Health Committee at the University of Toronto, a subcommittee of the Graduate Student Union (GSU).