GDP Coordinator and Workshops/Seminars
The Department of English and Writing Studies at Western University is committed to providing assistance and guidance to graduate students seeking professionalization and placement. To this end, the Department has a Graduate Development and Placement Coordinator who, in addition to leading seminars and workshops that are intended to develop the professionalism of graduate students, is also available on an individual basis for consultation and advice.
All English graduate students and graduate alumni are welcome at these sessions. Graduate students are strongly encouraged to attend job search sessions at least one or two years before they anticipate going on the job market.
Graduate Development and Placement Coordinator (GDPC), 2020-21:
Professor Pauline Wakeham
Please email Professor Wakeham for an appointment.
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