Knowledge Sharing Lunches
Do you feel that doing research is lonely? Need someone to talk to about your research ideas? Let’s practice crossing disciplines, speaking about our research, and collaborating with peers at the SENSSA Knowledge Sharing Lunches!
When: Fridays, 12:30-1:30 p.m. after the SENS seminar.
Where: Kirk Hall, Room 10
Who: Everyone! Non-SENS students are welcome.
Get to know your colleagues, learn about other research projects, share your own research ideas, and be part of the SENS community! Bring your own lunch and be a part of it all.
Each informal lunch will be focused on a particular topic. Students are welcome to suggest topics. The following three topics have already been chosen for the reminder of the semester.
- Why is it important to talk to your peers about your research? What can you learn from them?
- What are some tips for writing a research proposal? What should it include? How can it be organized?
- How do you make time for your own research project when there are so many other demands on your time?
These lunches are meant to be an informal way for students to get together with their peers, to develop a sense of community and to have a support system. Ultimately, we hope to create a sense of community that improves SENS student’s experience as graduate students.
For more information, check out the SENSSA Facebook page.