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Webinar and in-classroom session by Judy Shen-Filerman and Dr. Melina Gehring

The most impactful networking occurs one-on-one. For international students, however, engaging individuals in positions of authority can be difficult, let alone conversing and selling to them.

This session focuses on: how to make contact; phases of a networking conversation; how to engage socially; how to showcase your key qualities and ask appropriate questions during the conversation; following up after the meeting. One-on-one networking is, without a doubt, the most difficult and challenging job search skill for international students to develop and master.

Bio: Judy Shen-Filerman

As an immigrant Chinese-American, Judy has achieved cross-cultural success throughout her life. She led innovative businesses at Procter & Gamble, Campbell Soup Asia, and Polaroid. A Harvard College and Harvard Business School graduate, Judy passionately leverages her experience, knowledge, and wisdom to help others reach their dreams. Judy has recently published the handbook How to Network Like an American.

Learn about Judy's intercultural coaching firm here:

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Date: Thursday, February 4, 2016Time: 2:00pm - 4:00pm (webinar 2-3 pm)
Location: Instructional Center at 37 Dewey Field Road, room 101

For more information: http://libcal.dartmouth.edu/event/2347215

The Dartmouth Indian Graduate Students Association – Dartmouth Desis, is presenting their first event ‘Bollywood Dance Night’ on 29th of January, Friday from 9:00pm to midnight at Collis Common Ground. We will be serving some Indian snacks too, as an added incentive for joining us!

We hope to see you at the dance floor!

Facebook link to the event : https://www.facebook.com/events/1747507692134912/

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Come socialize with fellow postdocs at Salt Hill Pub (Hanover) from 5-7pm on Wednesday, January 27th!
Free food and drink, supplied by the Dartmouth College Post-Doc Association (DCPDA - sign up to the listserve to hear about postdoc social and career events).

Bonus: Graduate students will also come to socialize, and you are welcome to stay for Trivia at 7pm.

The Dartmouth College Post Doctoral Association will be holding its first open meeting of 2016 on Monday January 25th at 12-1 pm in Fairchild 414. Lunch will be provided. We will be discussing upcoming events, the annual post-doc research day as well as other potential issues/concerns faced by post-docs at Dartmouth. Come out and bring your post-doc friends.

Kes Schroer will speak about the pros (and cons!) of committing to open access & open research. Learn how to make your research more accessible and more usable in these seven easy steps.

Thursday Jan. 14th at 12pm in DCAL

Lunch will be served. Please RSVP by Jan. 11 to Alice.M.Doughty[at]dartmouth.edu