High-Impact Graduate Experiences: Being the Future of Innovation in Society

Friday, September 28, 2018 | 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. | Hohokam Room, Lower Level MU
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Join SFIS Alumnae in Residence, Jordan Hibbs and Katie Curiel, both back at SFIS from Washington, D.C., for a three part series focusing on ways you can make the greatest impact on your career and society during your graduate experience. From applied projects, to the thesis, to study abroad, internships and more, Jordan and Katie will provide first-hand advice and insights from their professional and student experiences about how to use the many opportunities around you to make the most of your time in SFIS.

11 a.m. | Applied Projects to Careers | Living and Working in Washington D.C.
What is a career in science policy? What skills do I need? How do I prepare? Where can I find a job? Join us for this interactive workshop and learn how to become a more competitive candidate for a science policy career. Jordan and Katie will discuss various fellowships and career opportunities in science policy.

Noon | Presidential Management Fellowship Informational Session
Join us for a conversation with Jordan Hibbs, Presidential Management Fellow and ASU Alumna (Masters of Science and Technology Policy '15), to learn how you can contribute to public service while developing valuable career-enhancing skills.  This session will provide an overview of the qualifications and process of applying for the Presidential Management Fellowship.

12:30 p.m. | Opportunities Abroad: Study, Research and Internships Outside the U.S.
As a former study abroad participant, study abroad advisor and international educator, Katie will provide an overview of opportunities to enhance your graduate experience abroad, including short-term and long-term experiences for both undergraduate and graduate students.

Location: 
Hohokam Room, MU
Campus: 
Tempe Campus