GradPathways Going Virtual

In response to the campus changes resulting from the evolving Coronavirus situation, we're working to bring professional development support for UC Davis graduate students and postdocs online.  Check back at this page for updates as we continue to make adjustments:

We've created a YouTube channel to capture video-based resources, including recordings of our workshops.  Check it out today!

 

Success and Socialization

As more of our work moves online, and onto Zoom and other video conferencing specifically, it can be helpful to consider these tips to protect your meetings.

See this fantastic workshop from Hugh Kearns, on Staying Well (While Social Distancing) for excellent advice on staying well and productive at this strange moment (UCD Login required).

Writing and Publishing

Graduate Writer's Retreats for Spring 2020 will occur online through Zoom. A consultant will be available at the writing retreat and will be able to work for short periods of time with writers through the breakout room function in Zoom.

Teaching and Mentoring

Please see this Getting Started handout from the Center for Educational Effectiveness for adapting to remote learning.

See the Keep Teaching website for resources to move your own instruction online.

The Graduate Teaching Community is going online this quarter.

Professionalism and Ethics

RCR Sessions Changed to Videoconference Format
Please visit https://research.ucdavis.edu/policiescompliance/research-ethics-rcr-program/ to register.
Please be aware when joining zoom you must register and participate the full hour in order to get credit for the course.

Career Management

Graduate students and postdocs can still access one-on-one career advising remotely, by requesting a phone call or video call appointment when they schedule an appointment on https://ucdavis.joinhandshake.com

The ICC has many new virtual services, including advisingworkshopsvideos, and a new job search support group just for grad students and postdocs (Zoom) that starts Friday, April 3.

Wellness and Life Balance

Students who are struggling with basic needs are encouraged to visit the Aggie Compass Basic Needs Center, which is open and operational in the Memorial Union. More specific information about their COVID-19 response and programming can be found here: Aggie Compass COVID-19 Response.

For students with dependents, please see this COVID-19 Student Parent Community Resources document compiled by The Women's Resources and Research Center.

 

Contact Us

  • Office Phone: 530-754-1457
  • Email: gpi@ucdavis.edu