Carnegie Mellon University
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.


ALL SEMINARS WILL REQUIRE REGISTRATION                              

Gender Stereotypes in the Workplace
Date: TBD

Jess Klein, Center for Student Diversity & Inclusion
Does gender stereotyping still happen? Sadly, it does still exist in the workplace and there is a significant cost to everyone involved.  This discussion will help participants identify common gender stereotypes, provide an opportunity to examine our own thoughts and stereotypes, and offer tips and tools for managing gender stereotypes in your work environment.    

Past Professional Development Seminars


Jamie Rossi
Assistant Director of Graduate Student Initiatives
524 Warner Hall
5000 Forbes Avenue
Carnegie Mellon University