Research workshops and events provide students with the knowledge and skills to enhance their research potential in both academic and professional opportunities. Of particular value are skills around project management, data skills (analysis, visualization, getting, storing and managing data), technological & digital literacy, research publication and presentation, and knowledge mobilization. These skills can be used in coursework, thesis research and in many careers beyond graduate school.
Workshops, events and resources offered on a regular basis are organized by topic. The semester(s) in which on-campus workshops are usually offered is indicated in brackets. To see what is coming up, use the links to the registration page or visit the events calendar. Events that are not offered on a regular basis are also posted so check the calendar regularly to find out what is available.
The University of Guelph Experiential Learning initiative has identified 26 common employability outcomes and organized them into three groups (knowledge, skills, and attitudes). In the Research & Analysis skills domain, you will gain experience with skills such as Digital and Technical knowledge, Mathematical and Scientific knowledge, Oral, Visual, and Written Communication, Creativity and Innovation, Critical and Analytical Thinking, Knowledge Integration, Problem-Solving, Teamwork and Collaboration, Decision-Making, Information Management, Planning and Organizing, Time Management, Adaptability, Curiosity, Initiative, Persistence.
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