Training & Events

Flexible Futures
July 23, 2019 – 10am – 12pm
In this workshop you will develop strategies for negotiating contractual details with employers for all types of positions (including faculty). We will model negotiation tactics through structured activities that will help you build this valuable workplace competency.
Register through CLNx!

GRADLIFE GradTalk: Picking & getting to know your supervisor & committee
July 24, 2019 – 12-2pm
Starting grad school without a supervisor or with a supervisor you’ve never worked with before?  Looking to put together a committee that will support your academic work for the years to come?  Join us for an interactive workshop and discussion about the challenges and opportunities related to selecting a supervisor/committee members and communication strategies to help you get to know your supervisor and committee in the early days.   Presented by the G2G Peer Advisors from the Graduate Conflict Resolution Centre. Pizza will be available.
Location: Grad Room, 66 Harbord Street (UTSG)
Register for: GradTalk: Picking & getting to know your supervisor & committee

21, 22, 23 August 2019 
GPS Conflict Resolution Fundamentals Series
A series of 3 workshops about conflict and the importance of effective communication and negotiation in conflict resolution. For U of T graduate students. Offered by the Grad CRC. One registration is for all 3 workshops. 2GPS credits for 3 x 2 hour workshops.
Location: Grad Room, 66 Harbord Street (UTSG)
Register for: GPS Conflict Resolution Fundamentals Series 

GRADLIFE Grad Connections: Managing your Supervisory Relationship / Imposter phenomenon
Take a break and connect with other grad students at GradLife’s Grad Connections bi-weekly chat forum. Share your experiences with G2G Peer advisors from the Grad CRC on important grad school topics. For current U of T graduate students.
Location: SGS Grad Lounge, 63 St George St. (UTSG)
Tea & cookies: YES!
Registration not available yet.

Workshops by Request

Thank you to all the students, faculty and staff who have joined us for our workshops!  We are committed to continually improving our training, so if you have any suggestions that you didn’t provide to us at the end of the workshop, please email us at

We also participate in panels and share information about our services with incoming graduate students at Fall/Winter orientation events.  All of our workshops are customized for the particular audience/department, and we are happy to create new conflict resolution themed workshops to address the concerns or issues you see most within your graduate community – contact us to discuss!