SGS Wellness Workshops This Fall!

​Did you know that SGS and the Health & Wellness Centre offer a series of wellness workshops to help grad students meet the demands of university, work, and personal life? Check out these upcoming sessions on Mondays, 1:30-3 pm:

  • November 6, 2017 - Healthy Behaviours
  • November 20, 2017 - Managing Moods
  • December 4, 2017 - Healthy Living

To register, call the Health & Wellness Centre at 416-978-8030 or contact your intake counsellor/clinician.

Registration is limited to 15 participants, so register early. If you have accessibility accommodation needs, please advise during your registration.

Upcoming Workshops presented by the Graduate Conflict Resolution Centre

Attend this series of workshops to gain a better understanding of what conflict is, and to learn various approaches to conflict, triggers for conflict escalation, and the role of effective communication and negotiation in conflict resolution. Students will have an opportunity to practice various strategies for resolving and de-escalating conflict.

This event is available only to graduate level University of Toronto students.

Students must attend all three sessions for GPS credit.

Thurs. Nov. 16 - Introduction to Conflict Resolution
Thurs. Nov. 23 - Communication & Conflict
Thurs. Nov. 30 - Introduction to Negotiation

Learn more and register.

New Supervision Workshop for Faculty

Facilitated by Carol Rolheiser (Director, CTSI), Luc De Nil (Vice-Dean, Students, School of Graduate Studies), and
Megan Burnett (Associate Director, CTSI), this workshop uses the recently updated Graduate Supervision Guidelines - Faculty edition (2017) as a starting point for an engaged discussion of best practices in supervision. Participants will also be able to discuss best practices with other participants and a panel of faculty members who are recognized for their excellence in graduate supervision. The focus of the workshop will be on creating a positive supervisory environment from the start of the supervisory relationship in order to support the student towards academic success and prevent potentially problematic situations from developing.

Learn more and register.