SHIFT is a webinar series that aims to prepare College of Arts and Science undergraduate students, graduate students and recent graduates for life after graduation. The online sessions will feature alumni speakers and presentations focused on how to succeed post-graduation.
SHIFT is free to attend for students, graduate students and recent graduates from the College of Arts and Science.
Mondays, April 25 – October 18, 2022
12 noon – 1 pm
Online via Zoom (link to be sent out prior to event)
All students who attend three or more sessions will receive a Co-Curricular Record (CCR) credit.
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PLEASE NOTE: All webinars except the webinar being held on April 25 will be recorded and made public on the College of Arts and Science YouTube channel once the webinar is over.
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