Links to Online Content - Grad Orientation 2020

Whether you are attending in-person, online, or a combination of both, our team is thrilled that you want to participate in Graduate Orientation, as it is designed to provide you with the information you need for a successful start to your graduate experience. We will be utilizing a combination of live-streaming, live zoom events, and post-event recorded content. Please utilize the links and instructions below to access all content.

Monday Welcome & Plenary Session

Live-Stream beginning at 9:30 a.m. EST HERE.
A recording will be available on the Graduate School YouTube Channel by Tuesday morning.
 

Monday Breakout Sessions

Links to join Live Zoom sessions are given below. Please login to Zoom with your netID and password to avoid any connection issues. Should the meeting session request a password, use ND2020 for all.

WE ARE EXPERIENCING TECHNICAL ISSUES WITH OUR ZOOM LOGINS FOR THE 1:30 SESSION. WE ARE WORKING ON IT NOW, AND HOPE TO HAVE IT FIXED IN TIME FOR THE 2:15 SESSION.


Round One: 1:30-2:00 p.m. EST

Diversity & Inclusion

Faith & Spirituality

Get on the Same Page: Developing and Navigating Shared Expectations

Grad Life, GSU & Grad Clubs

Graduate Professional Development

Health Insurance 101

Hesburgh Libraries - A Researcher's Best Friend

How to Win Grants & Fellowships

Resilience & Well-Being

What I Wish I'd Known - A Grad Student Panel

Round Two: 2:15-2:45 p.m. EST

Diversity & Inclusion

Faith & Spirituality

Get on the Same Page: Developing and Navigating Shared Expectations

Grad Life, GSU & Grad Clubs

Graduate Professional Development

Health Insurance 101

Hesburgh Libraries - A Researcher's Best Friend

How to Win Grants & Fellowships

Resilience & Well-Being

What I Wish I'd Known - A Grad Student Panel

Round Three: 3:00-3:30 p.m. EST

Diversity & Inclusion

Faith & Spirituality

Get on the Same Page: Developing and Navigating Shared Expectations

Grad Life, GSU & Grad Clubs

Graduate Professional Development

Health Insurance 101

Hesburgh Libraries - A Researcher's Best Friend

How to Win Grants & Fellowships

Resilience & Well-Being

What I Wish I'd Known - A Grad Student Panel

 

Monday International Orientation Session

Join the Live Zoom session HERE starting at 3:45 p.m. EST

Recordings of all breakout sessions and international orientation will be shared on a Graduate School Sakai site by the end of the week.

If you have trouble accessing content, please email ptinsley@nd.edu.