Integrating Contexts: External Research: Reports
In this section, I wanted to promote a new series that we will be periodically expanding as the months go by and this is the external research reports series – i.e., a list of external research reports that we have found here at Integrating Horizons quite influential. The series will be organized by different categories of subjects that we have also been featured on Integrating Horizons. The reports will not only feature exceptional research and peer reviewed content but also perspectives that can be helpful in reflecting and engaging in dialogue about our shared futures. We intend to feature a wide diversity of documentation ranging from video, art, and written text,
Pt. 1. Graduate Professional Development – External Research
The following report has been prepared for the Canadian Association for Graduate Studies (CAGS) in conjunction with The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). It is quite ground-breaking in a sense that it outlines a perspective on the kinds of interdisciplinary skills that you should have or will receive in completing your graduate studies. This report has been an immense value for reflecting on our own graduate student experiences. It has also prepared me personally for thinking about how I can shape to my own future.
Dr. Marilyn Rose, “Graduate Student Professional Development: A Survey with Recommendations”, prepared for the Canadian Association for Graduate Studies (CAGS) in conjunction with The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), (2012).