Enhanced Development of the Graduate Experience (EDGE)

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About EDGE

The Enhanced Development of the Graduate Experience (EDGE) is a comprehensive collection of professional development programs and services that help provide students with the complementary skills required to be successful in their lives after graduate school. Workshops and resources are offered on topics from communication, leadership and intercultural awareness to teaching skills, career development and research skills. Find out more about EDGE and its background here.

For more details on the workshops offered and to register, check out the events listed below!

Events and Resources


Upcoming Events:
Ongoing Resources:

Upcoming Events

Tea & Talk
A networking event for international students and employers. Come join us for a cup of tea (teas from different countries along with coffee and pastries will be offered at the event), while building and/or expanding your professional network.

Friday, June 22, 3:30 - 5 pm
University Centre, “The Landing”, UC 3018
Registration: https://crm.stuaff.mun.ca/events

Memorial University’s Sexual Harassment Office - An Overview for Graduate Students
This session will be provided by Memorial University’s Sexual Harassment Office and will discuss a brief overview of Memorial’s Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault Policy and procedure; review key policy definitions including sexual harassment, sexual assault, consent and bystander; and discuss the role of the Sexual Harassment Office in providing information, education and support to University members including graduate students.

Tuesday, June 27, 1 - 2 pm NST
Wednesday, Arts & Administration Building, A 2065
Presenter: Ashley Curnew, Associate Sexual Harassment Advisor
Note: This workshop is offered on campus, in person, and is also available off campus as a live video conference. Connection details will be confirmed following registration.
Register: email jbowering@mun.ca indicating in person or videoconference option.

Copyright for Graduate Students
In the digital age, copyright has emerged as a growing concern, especially since it touches so many aspects of our lives. Understanding copyright law can be an advantage in any field. This presentation will give you some basics, including advice of about copyright use in theses, the classroom, presentations, publications, and on the web.

Wednesday, July 4, 11 - 12 pm NST
Arts & Administration Building, A 2065
Presenter: Nancy Simmons, Copyright Officer, Memorial University
Note: This workshop is offered on campus, in person, and is also available off campus as a live video conference. Connection details will be confirmed following registration.
Register: email jbowering@mun.ca indicating in person or videoconference option.

Ongoing Resources

Resume and Cover Letter Drop-In Clinic
Tuesdays & Thursdays
12 – 2 pm
UC-4002, University Centre
Wednesdays
12 - 2 pm, QEII Library
Click here for more information

Study Skills Clinic
Thursdays
10 – 11:50 am
Counselling Centre, UC-5000, University Centre
Click here for more information 

1ON1 Tutoring
Tutoring provided for general computing, Microsoft Office, Digital Media editing and Assistive Technology.
Ongoing!
Click here for more information

Thesis Hacks from the Commons
Recordings and handbook
Click here for more information

Library Research Assistance
Location: QE II Library
Click here to book an appointment  

Contact

School of Graduate Studies

230 Elizabeth Ave, St. John's, NL, CANADA, A1B 3X9

Postal Address: P.O. Box 4200, St. John's, NL, CANADA, A1C 5S7

Tel: (709) 864-8000