Professional Development Series

This fall’s workshops focused on preparing students for a research showcase at a virtual conference.

Watch Maximize Your Conference Experience on YouTube

Did you recently attend or present at a conference? Asking yourself,
Now what? Keep the momentum going! Networking can be scary.
Reframe ideas around networking to a relatable experience meeting new folks that are also super interested in the same things! Finding your community is what unites us as humans and creates a feeling of something bigger than ourselves. Come away from this workshop with actionable steps to build your community and allies regardless of what you’re hoping to achieve (i.e. an internship, full-time job, research assistantship, graduate program, a community that confirms your identity within your chosen field).

Each experience is unique and can be shared in a concise way that spotlights your strengths and opens the door to new opportunities to connect.

Hosted by Jorge Lopez, Elite Career Moves

How to Create a Research Video that Pops

What is your story for the audience? Let’s explore what you want to relate. Is it going into details about your months-long journey of trial and error? Are you trying to tell a story or solve a problem? What will your audience remember and what will they take away? Come away from this workshop with actionable steps to engage your audience and build momentum into why your work is important. 

Engaging Your Virtual Audience 

You’ve done the hard part already – spent months researching, reading, trying and retrying. Now you are ready to tell the world how awesome your work is in a way that is intriguing to them. To avoid a boring experience for yourself and your audience. Learn how to create a story that makes the research digestible to a broad audience and respond to questions that continue moving your story without losing the audience. 

LSMRCE Student Speaker Series

LSMRCE in collaboration with the Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation hosts live, interactive events where participants can ask their most pressing questions and share their thoughts and ideas. Topics include everything from life management skills, to preparing for graduate school, to exploring different careers and pathways in STEM.

2020 STEM Career Panel

Guests: Nathan Alves, Paul Ardayfio, Celia Ochoa Medina and Moderator: Mike Polites

Watch STEM Career Panel Discussion on YouTube

Past Workshop Recordings

  • Organize Your Research Library
    • Sean Stone and Sara Lowe – YouTube
  • LinkedIn Connections
    • Michelle Quirke & Anneka Scott – YouTube
  • ePortfolio
    • Allie Wigginton & Alice Zhao – YouTube
  • Life Map
  • Job Search Strategies
  • Negotiating Job Offers
  • Intellectual Property
  • How to start a company
  • Strategic Resume Planning
  • Nail the Interview
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Assessment Institute in Indianapolis

The Assessment Institute in Indianapolis is the nation's oldest and largest event focused exclusively on outcomes assessment in higher education. We anticipate that some 1000 educators from virtually every state and several other countries will take part in the 2018 Institute.

The Assessment Institute in Indianapolis is designed to provide opportunities for (1) individuals and campus teams new to outcomes assessment to acquire fundamental knowledge about the field, (2) individuals who have worked as leaders in outcomes assessment to share and extend their knowledge and skills, and (3) those interested in outcomes assessment at any level to establish networks that serve as sources of support and expertise beyond the dates of the Institute.

Future Assessment Institute Dates