The PLAN is a framework for understanding and addressing the professional development needs of graduate students. Run by the School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies (SIGS), PLAN helps students take charge of their own learning and development by offering workshops, social events and resources to meet the needs of graduate students across the four areas: Professional Development, Life Skills, Academic Development, and Networking skills.
To learn more about the PLAN:
> The tabs Getting Started, Moving On, and Moving Beyond will take you to pages where you can explore events and resources designed for your stage of professional development.
> The image of the PLAN folder on left is linked to the outline of the program.
> Videos on the right provide information about the PLAN.
> You can register for PLAN events from the Calendar or by going directly to the Registration page.
> Review the record of past PLAN events below to track the workshops you have attended.
> Visit the MentorCenter for information and resources focused on faculty and peer mentoring.
> Visit the GSC website for information about GSC-sponsored events and funding opportunities.
> For a list of social events for graduate students, click here.