Solving problems & thinking creatively
Learn practical and proactive methods to tame your inner critic and succeed academically and professionally in this interactive workshop, for all graduate students and postdoctoral scholars.
INSTRUCTOR: Stacey Sargent
WHEN: Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014 from 4:15PM - 6:15PM
Stacey Sargent’s website
On-Demand Webinars by Stanford faculty, industry experts and senior researchers go beyond course curricula to address emerging academic topics and trends.
Well-Being at Stanford helps you cultivate the knowledge and life skills to live a healthy, vibrant lifestyle, manage stress, build resilience, and ensure positive interactions.
The Resilience Project offers information, resources, and personal stories about how resilience, developed through experiences of disappointment, failure, and rejection, can lead to growth.
This article from the Teaching Commons discusses the kinds of failures that students may face, and how good advising techniques can help them develop coping skills and build resilience.
Feel like you never have enough time? Stanford Business School Professor Jennifer Aaker advocates reframing your concept of time in order to achieve multiple goals at once.
Body language speaks louder than words.
Often individuals feel they must assimilate or hide parts of who they are in order to be included and accepted. Covering is a strategy that downplays a known disfavored identity.
Explore the vast resources and learning opportunities Stanford offers with our new, interactive Graduate Professional Development Framework. We’ll demonstrate how you can use the Framework to discover what you need to succeed here and beyond.
Helen J. Doyle, director of educational programs, VPGE
Mackenzie Russell, PhD candidate, Comparative Literature
Wondering how to leverage the expertise you gained in graduate school into a satisyfing and productive career? The Individual Development Plan (myIDP) tool is here to help!