Carnegie Mellon University

Professional Development Series 

This series provides seminars and workshops in skills development including, but not limited to, professionalization, communication, business, and management of resources geared to better prepare our graduate students for successful academic endeavors and careers in academic, corporate, public and research sectors. Most of the programs require advanced registration which can be found with the descriptions below and will be provided with announcements on the Graduate Education Calendar and weekly email of events. 
These programs are co-sponsored by the Graduate Education Office, the Graduate Student Assembly (GSA), and the offices that are listed in each announcement.  


Data Organization with Version Control        
September 25       4:30-6:00pm
Presented by: Gabrielle Michalek, University Libraries
This workshop provides an overview of practices used for data organization and analysis that help ensure the data will be accessible and usable by you and others in the future. This workshop will also expose students to version control processes to help them manage changes to their files over time. Version control can help track your revision history, including when, why, and by whom changes are made.