Training & Events

Check out the Graduate Student Calendar for St. George events on CLNx.  Find it under Events & Workshops – St. George.  This calendar aggregates all graduate student specific events and workshops being offered on UTSG campus by the GradCRC (also on our CLNx calendar and here), Academic Success, Accessibility ServicesCareer Exploration & Education (Flexible Futures), and Leadership, Mentorship and Clubs (Leadership for Grads)

September – October 2019 

Sat. September 14th, 2019 from 10 am – 1:30 pm
Orientation for Students with Family Responsibilities 2019
Join the G2G and other resources for themed tabled discussions, lunch & networking.  Some childcare available, and partners can join from 11:30-12:15 for a meet & greet.
Register with the Family Care Office.

Tuesday, September 17, 2019
Faculty of Arts & Science “Minds Redefined” Mental Health & Wellness Conference
G2G will be facilitating a workshop at this great new event.
More information

October 22 & November 19, 2019
Grad Connections informal facilitated conversations
Take a break and connect with other grad students at GradLife’s Grad Connections bi-weekly chat forum. Share your experiences with G2G Peer Advisor facilitators and others on important grad school topics. For current U of T graduate students.
Location: SGS Grad Lounge, 63 St George St. (UTSG)
Tea & cookies: YES!
Register for: Imposter phenomenon in Grad School (Oct.22) and/or Your supervisory relationship (Nov.19)

Grad Talks Gradlife LogoGrad Talks interactive workshops
Join G2G Peer Advisors (and other facilitators) to build skills and connect with fellow grads.
Location: Grad Room (66 Harbord Street at Spadina – below Second Cup)
Register for: Managing your Supervisor Relationship (Oct.22) or Learning to say No: Setting Boundaries as a Grad Student

Handouts & Tip Sheets 2019

Handouts / tip sheets are available for some of our past events:

Grad Step Up for Incoming International Students August 30, 2019
GradStepUp August 2019 HANDOUT “Early & Effective: Tips for managing difficult grad school situations”.

Faculty of Arts & Science – Minds Redefined Mental Health & Wellness Conference September 17, 2019
2019 Minds Redefined Mental Health Wellness Conference HANDOUT “GradSkills: Effective Communication & Conflict Resolution”

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 or fill in the anonymous survey above.

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!