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Graduate Professional Series

Graduate Professional Series seeks to engage graduate and post-graduate students in an intentional time to network, learn, and grow in community with one another. At these events, you will have the opportunity to learn from various departments and professors to gain personal and professional development skills to prepare you for life outside of Graduate School.

Workshop structures range from informal panel discussions to hands-on instructional sessions and take the time to utilize our faculty and staff. Our goal is to provide you with engaging and informative perspectives to help you further develop as professionals, leaders, and people of faith in the workplace.

Spring 2024

February 8th — Overcoming Procrastination  

    • Speakers: College of Applied Studies and Academic Support
    • Date: Thursday, Feb. 8, 2024
    • Time: 4-5:30 p.m.
    • Location: Starbucks Lounge (Montview 2610)
    • Description: This presentation addresses one of the worst enemies of college students – procrastination! We will help you explore your study habits and give you tips to help overcome bad habits, develop new habits, and begin to be the boss of your calendar!
March 7th — Budgeting Tips for Success

  • Speakers: Center for Financial Literacy Coaches
  • Date: Thursday, Mar. 7, 2024
  • Time: 4-5:30 p.m.
  • Location: Starbucks Lounge (Montview 2610)
  • Description: Receive individualized help from a Peer Financial Coach to learn the purpose of money and establish a working budget for where you are today.

April 4th — Spiritual Development

    • Speakers: Ben Stanton & Johnathan Newson (LU Shepherds Office)
    • Date: Thursday, Apr. 4, 2024
    • Time: 4-5:30 p.m.
    • Location: Demoss 4276
    • Description: TBA

Workshop Archives

Servant Leadership
Financial Literacy
Career Services

Mark Allen, a professor in the School of Divinity, visited the Commuter Student Lounge last semester as one of our Graduate Workshop featured speakers. During his Workshop, he discussed the importance of Servant Leadership in the workforce and how we can place others before ourselves to better reflect Christ.

One of the biggest issues we hear students struggling with is how to properly manage their finances. So, for one of our Workshops, we invited individuals from the Center of Financial Literacy to help you learn how to properly budget and set aside money for the things you need!

Finding a job after college is a daunting task, but luckily, Liberty’s Career Services is here to make sure you are prepared for that challenge! For another one of our Workshops, we have Career Services come and discuss the best ways to prep for their upcoming Career Fair. In this session, they shared the best interview and resume tips to ensure you were ready to nail your first introduction to your dream job!

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