PDI Recordings Library

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Academic Development

Congrats! You’re a TA – Now What? 
Formatting Your Thesis or Dissertation (Grad School programs team)
Human Subject Research and the Institutional Review Board (Office of Research)
Managing Academic Relationships (Dr. Ron Moser, and Warren Cook, PhD candidate)
How a University Works (former Provost Dan Bernardo)
Workshops on Finding Funding
  • Applying for Prestigious Fellowships (Dr. Lisa Gloss)
    • Prestigious Fellowships Presentation Slides
  • Prestigious Fellowships Workshop (Michael Kahn)
  • Using the Pivot data base to identify funding opportunities (Emily Brashear)
  • The Office of Research and The Proposal Process

Career Development

Presenting your research to a lay audience: Translating 3MT skills to Practical conversations (Panel discussion)

Writing Skills
  1. EndNote Trainer (Librarian Chelsea Leachman)
  2. Zotero Trainer (Librarian Lorean O’English)
  3. Using Reference Management Software (Librarian Chelsea Leachman)
  4. Literature Review (Librarian Lorena O’English and Haixia He)
  5. Critical Reading Strategies (Librarian Lorena O’English)
  6. Effective Writing “Moves” for Research Articles (Writing Program Instructors: Melanie Thongs & Amy Whitcomb)
    • Effective Writing “Moves” Handout
    • Effective Writing “Moves” Presentation Slides
  7. Project Management (Librarian Lorean O’English)
  8. Note-Taking and Annotation (Librarian Lorean O’English)
  9. Developing Your Teaching Statement (Writing Program Instructor Amy Whitcomb)
  10. Developing Your DEI Statement for Academic Job Applications (Writing Program Instructor Amy Whitcomb)
    • Developing Your DEI Statement Presentation Slides
    • DEI Statement Examples
    • Annotated DEI Statement Examples
    • DEI Statement Rubric
  11. Graduate Writing 101: What does “Graduate-Level Writing” Mean?
    • Academic Writing Questions and Presentation Material
  12. Reading Introductions to Write Introductions
    • Reading Introdcutions to Write Introductions Models, Moves, Templates, and Presentation Material
Parts of a Paper (WSU Writing Program, Elitza Kotzeva)
  1. Abstracts
  2. Introductions
  3. Methods and Results
  4. Discussion and Conclusion
How to Write Proposals that Get Funded and Papers that Get Cited
(The Strategy of Communication Series by Dr. Joshua Schimel)
  1. Story and Story Structure (The Strategy of Communication)
  2. Activating Language (The Tactics of Communication)
  3. Developing Flow and Coherence (The Magic in between that weds Strong Language with a Good Strategy to make a Killer Document)
Exploring Different Career Options

The Academic Job Application (WSU department chairs from STEM, social sciences and humanities)
Alumni Panel Discussion: Views of Corporate Careers
Alumni Panel Discussion: Diverse Career Paths
Alumni Panel Discussion: Starting Your Academic Career

Professional Skill Development

Data Literacy: Busting Myths of Big Data (Dr. Jan DasGupta)
Teaching with Technology (Mary Packer, Academic Outreach and Innovation)
Intentional Inclusion: Minimizing Unconscious Bias and Microagressions (vice provost Lisa Guerrero)
       – Breaking the Bias Habit 
       – Further Information and Suggestions
       – Microaggressions and micro-affirmations
       – Resources for Micoragressions and Implicit Bias 
Understanding Diversity in the Workplace (Compliance and Civil Rights office)
Becoming a Transformational Leader (Graduate School Dean Emeritus, Virginia Tech and WSU Karen DePauw)

Personal Growth

Mindfulness Made Simple
Insurance 101: Terminology and Processes
Resources for International Students
Graduate Student Mental Health and Health Resources at WSU
Tax Help for Graduate and Professional Students
Social Learning Leadership
Financial Literacy (Dean of Students Office and SALT)
  • Budget
  • Credit and Debt
  • Fundamentals
  • Loan Repayment
  • Saving and Investing
  • Taxes