Twitter 101: A Hands-on Workshop Thursday, April 23 (12 – 1) at Graduate Student Commons It's impossible to ignore the word (and world of) Twitter. "Hashtag this" and "140-character that" is everywhere you go. You've probably seen people Live Tweeting at academic conferences and heard about a peer who saw exponential downloads on their latest […]
Snacks and beverages will be provided. What does it mean when a job ad lists DH preferred? Can digital skills help you get a tenure track job? Does a blog count as a publication? Open to all graduate students: Rachel Deblinger, the Digital Humanities Specialist, will share her experience navigating the academic and alt/ac job […]
Dr. Richard Kaye will share the skills and tools for successful negotiations in every aspects of your lives. This is a professional development event open to all the graduate students at UCSC. Snacks and beverages will be served. If you plan to attend, please RSVP using the link below by 7pm on Mon, Feb 9th: […]
Learn how to perfect your online identity and social media presence as an academic. Melissa De Witte (Web Coordinator, Social Sciences) will lead a discussion about how to build your network, develop meaningful connections, and how you could Twitter your way into your next speaking engagement or job interview. Whether you are a novice or […]
This is a professional development event open to all the graduate students at UCSC. Snacks and beverages will be served. If you plan to attend, please RSVP using the link below by 7pm on Tue, Jan 27th: http://goo.gl/forms/eKhl1mr3PR Presented by Jennifer May, Career Center adviser (http://careers.ucsc.edu/about/staff.html).
Interested in digital tools but not sure where to start? Excited about presenting your research to a public audience, but can't imagine what that might look like? Meet with UCSC faculty and graduate students who are doing digital work and learn more about the process of making digital projects. Jon Ellis (Philosophy), Tracy Perkins (Sociology, […]
Let's talk digital. Are you unsure what Digital Humanities means? Are you interested in mapping, databases, blogs, or twitter, but don't know how they help your work? Are you skeptical, but curious? Come join an open, informal, and frank talk about the Digital Humanities. Rachel Deblinger, the new Digital Humanities Specialist, will offer a brief […]
All graduate students are welcome but an RSVP is required by May 19th. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP and request seminar readings. Despina Kakoudaki’s work focuses on literature, film, visual and cultural studies, and the history of technology. Her forthcoming book, Anatomy of a Robot: Literature, Cinema, and the Cultural Work of Artificial People, traces our […]