Profs-in-Commons: Pumpkin Spice Coffee Chat: Connecting with Your Professors
Professors have different personalities that each of us, as students, can gravitate towards. When it’s something we’re not used to, reaching out to profs can be a bit spooky! How do you become comfortable reaching out to your professors about grad school applications, career advice, personal issues or circumstances that affect your learning, or time management?
Using analogies from fantasy series in theme with Halloween, Dr. Robyn Pitman from the Department of Sociology will share her advice about how to connect and build relationships with your professors, to help you succeed as a student.
All students are welcome! You’ll leave with concrete tips on how to connect with your professors to support your success!
This session will take place over BB Collaborate Ultra. We will email you the attendance link a few days prior to the session.
Would you like to submit questions in advance of the session? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: Profs-in-Commons Question.
About Dr. Robyn Pitman
Robyn is a Lecturer in Sociology at UBC who primarily teaches in the Family Studies minor. She has been teaching at the undergraduate level for 8 years at various institutions. Outside of her teaching experiences, Robyn is also a mental health clinician and has experience working in community counseling agencies, family health teams, and a private psychotherapy clinic prior to joining UBC in July 2018. She regularly draws upon her clinical experiences in her courses to highlight concepts in “action”. In her free time, Robyn enjoys hiking, scuba driving, crossfit, and eating good food.
- Wednesday, October 21, 2020
- 5:30pm - 6:30pm