Professional Development Seminar Series-Graduate Education - Carnegie Mellon University

Professional Development Seminar Series

This series provides seminars in business, management and communications skills geared to better prepare our graduate students for successful careers in academic, corporate, public and research sectors. The seminars provide graduate students with a practical knowledge of the basic professional skillsets including:

  • Leadership
  • Mentoring
  • Teaching
  • Financial and management roles

Seminars also provide information relevant to developing multiple employment options, adaptable skills, and focused, holistic self-knowledge. Students will be sent a registration link by email.




Tenant's Rights
Monday, November 21, 2016
**Registration is Required**  Location to be confirmed to attendees                                     
10:30am  -12:00pm
Amy Carpenter, Neighborhood Legal Services Association
Entering into a lease as a renter is a very common part of the graduate student experience, but knowing and understanding your rights as a tenant and your landlord’s obligations and understanding the legal agreement you have entered can be difficult and time consuming.  Information will be provided about your legal obligations as a renter, your landlord's legal obligations, what to do and expect when repairs need to be made or one party is not abiding by the lease, and what to do for help with housing issues.  
Please register so we can plan accordingly.  Partners and families are welcome to attend session.  Please share the registration link with any guests you wish to invite.  


Past Professional Development Seminars


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