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Sep 13 • 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Academic Job Search Series: Mind Mapping
- Organizer: Center for Advancing Teaching and Learning through Research
- Venue: G12 Stearns Center, MA
Mind mapping is a graphic tool that makes use of how our brains naturally function, associating images, ideas, and memories. A mind map is an individual, personalized visualization of our thinking that can help us to design, map, and develop career goals, manage time, prepare presentations, take meeting and lecture notes, create to-do lists, and more.
In this workshop we'll introduce you to the technique of mind mapping, teach you to create your own mind maps, explain how they work, and give you time to start a map of your own to help you with your job search strategy and planning.
This event is part of an ongoing series and is co-sponsored by CATLR, the PhD Network, and Employer Engagement and Career Design; refreshments will be served.
This program connects to the following SAIL Domains:
Professional and Personal Effectiveness SAIL Domain / SAIL skills of: Organization, Planning, Strategic Thinking, and Time Management, Well-Being SAIL Domain / SAIL skills of Boundary Setting, Self-Care, and Time Management