The following are resources available to graduate students across the university for professional growth and development:
- 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.
- Professional Skills Development Program for International Students (PSDP): PSDP is a week-long program that prepares international students for professional employment in the province.
- Thesis Writing Retreat: This Writing Retreat is a week-long intensive program that provides time and space to facilitate dissertation writing.
- Graduate Student Work Experience Program (GradSWEP): GradSWEP offers Memorial graduate students with 75-hour job placements relevant to their area of study and as part of a community organization.
- Teaching Skills Enhancement Program (TSEP): TSEP is designed to provide an introduction to teaching at the undergraduate level.
- Professional Development Experiences for Educators: Memorial offers many professional development activities to help graduate students understand teaching and learning issues, reflect on their teaching practice, and share best practices.
- Integrity and Ethics - Scholarly Essentials: This website provides information and resources related to ownership and acknowledgement, data, and potential impact of research on humans, animals, and the environment.
- TCPS-2 Course on Research Ethics (CORE): The online CORE tutorial is an introduction to the 2nd edition of the Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans.
- Mitacs Step Program - Writing Effective Emails: This online workshop will provide students with the skills to communicate effectively over email including drafting precise emails and proper email etiquette.
- A Menu for Success: Dining Etiquette in the Professional World: Ever wonder why there are so many forks at a place setting? Unsure of when to place your napkin on your lap? Are there certain things you shouldn't talk about at the dinner table? You'll get answers to these questions and more at this workshop.
- Professional Development Seminars from the Gardiner Centre: These seminars from the business faculty include seminars on social media, group facilitation, project management, and other skills useful for graduate students in Sociology.