Are you interested in bringing career skill development into your classes but concerned about adding to your students’ (and your own) work load? On Thursday, Oct. 3, Loleen Berdahl (Department of Political Studies, University of Saskatchewan) will draw on her own teaching experience and case study research in an interactive workshop that will help you identify small but significant changes to embed career skill training into your undergraduate and graduate courses.

The session, hosted by Carleton’s Department of Political Science and sponsored by Teaching and Learning Services and the Bell Chair in Canadian Parliamentary Democracy, will take place from 12-1:30 p.m. in room A602 Loeb. Lunch will be provided. Find out more and register here.