Conflict and Communications: Managing Interpersonal Relationships in Graduate School
Tuesday, June 29, 12-1 p.m.
Graduate students often face interpersonal conflicts in their lives at some point during their studies. Interpersonal conflict can occur between students, between students and their professors, as well as between students and people in their lives outside graduate school. These conflicts can often be mitigated or resolved through using conflict management strategies combined with effective communication.
SGS is pleased to have four new peer Conflict Advisors in the spring semester facilitating these sessions to discuss conflict management and communication strategies. These students will also be available to schedule one-on-one virtual meetings with graduate students who need advice beginning in July.
Presenter: Dr. Amy Warren, Associate Dean, School of Graduate Studies & SGS Peer Conflict Advisors
Offered by Memorial University’s Enhanced Development of the Graduate Experience (EDGE) https://www.mun.ca/edge: workshops and resources designed to help graduate students build diverse skills and competencies to be successful in graduate school and beyond.
Presented by School of Graduate Studies, Memorial University