Join us for this workshop on preparing for your PhD oral thesis defence as part of this year's online GRADnavigate series.
As you prepare for your PhD oral thesis defence, there are many administrative tasks to be aware of. Learning about, and being prepared for, these tasks can help to ensure that the end stages of your degree go smoothly. In this workshop, you will learn about administrative tasks, as well as required timelines, and prepare a sample backwards plan to understand your timeline to degree completion.
At the end of the workshop, for those who anticipate their remote will be conducted remotely, we’ll also have a short discussion about tips for a successful remote defence.
This is a virtual workshop, and all participants will be emailed a link to access the session 24 hours prior to the event.
This workshop is being facilitated by Sarah Howard from Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs.
Please note: audio is required for this session. Microphones and video would be an asset.
This workshop is part of GRADnavigate, a week-long series of workshops designed to provide tailored support to graduate students at key points in their degree. Explore all of the 2020 GRADnavigate workshops on the Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs event page.