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Rethinking Networking with Afia Ofori-Mensa, PhD - Shared screen with speaker view
Amy Pszczolkowski
16:03
Bless you!
Amy Pszczolkowski
16:06
Wow!
Patrick CoatarPeter
20:20
will a recording of this event be available for registered participants?
James M. Van Wyck
22:15
Hello, all! Let us know where you’re joining us from!
James Loy
22:31
Princeton University
Carrie Bly
22:39
Hi from Princeton!
Liza Mankovskaya
22:43
New York City!
Hanamori Skoblow
22:44
Hello! Joining from the University of Missouri-Columbia!
Caroline Rende, Harvard (she/her)
22:46
Hi from Cambridge, MA!
Patrick CoatarPeter
22:50
Chicago!
Hannah Daru
22:50
NYC!
KATHRYN TYLER
22:51
CU Boulder!
Archit Datar
22:52
Columbus, OH
Jill Coste
22:53
Lancaster, PA!
Laura Stark
22:54
Hello from Harvard University!
Laura Schram
23:03
Ann Arbor, MI!
James Martiney
23:09
Hello! '85er here, from Lawrenceville NJ
Elizabeth Jensen Young
23:10
Hello from Bay Area California
Edward Bowen
23:13
Rochester, NY!
Kalina Slavkova
23:14
Hello from UT Austin’s physics department!
Suzanne Calhoun
23:32
Hello from Stanford University!
Urmila Venkatesh | she/her
23:34
Hello from Stanford!
Jumana Badar
23:40
Hi from thaca, NY!
Cheryl Appline
23:40
Hi! Joining from Case Western Reserve University - Cleveland, Ohio.
Zhakier Seville
23:43
Hello, tuning in form Trenton, NJ.
Josh Lambier
23:47
London, Ontario, Canada
Yibing Su
23:48
Hello from Princeton
Anvitha Sudhakar
23:56
Hello from Princeton!
Dilyara Kashaeva
23:56
Philadelphia, PA
Brian Wynne
24:07
Berkeley, CA
Huan Gao
24:09
Hello from University of Florida!
Kapeeleshwar Krishana
24:21
Hi All, This is KK from MA, please feel free to reach out if I can help. I am at youhelpmelearn.com
Karinne Lindner
24:37
Hello from southern NJ!
Tom Ju
24:39
Hello from CWRU, Cleveland OH
Huan Gao
24:53
Hello from Memphis!
Oksana Bomba
25:05
Hello form the University of South Florida!
Mellie Torres
26:00
Hola, from Newar, NJ
Mellie Torres
26:03
Newark
Laura Schram
26:49
Relationships
Estee Rubien-Thomas (she/her)
26:50
awkward
Karina Shklyan
26:51
Discomfort!
Hanamori Skoblow
26:52
LinkedIn
Sara Camilli
26:52
Conferences
Preethi Bhat
26:52
smoozing
Taylor Piva
26:52
Building connections
Madeline Hehir
26:53
LinkedIn
Karinne Lindner
26:53
Authentic connection
Zhakier Seville
26:54
collaboration
KATHRYN TYLER
26:57
schmoozing
Hannah Daru
26:57
LinkedIn and cocktails
Catherine Babikian
26:57
informational interviews
Mellie Torres
26:58
painful
Jill Coste
26:59
friendliness
Caroline Rende, Harvard (she/her)
27:00
Support
Dilyara Kashaeva
27:01
building meaningful connections
Carrie Bly
27:02
fake
Edward Bowen
27:03
How to not come across as self-serving?
Svetlana Tcareva
27:06
building relatiosnhip
Urmila Venkatesh | she/her
27:08
learning
Archit Datar
27:10
introduction
Amy Pszczolkowski (she/her) |GradFUTURES
27:15
Building connections and relationships!
Edward Anderson
27:15
conferences
Svetlana Tcareva
30:28
Ikigai
Laura Stark
30:38
Swing dancing
Xin Yao Lin
30:39
food places to go to
James M. Van Wyck
30:49
How the 19th century shapes our lives today.
Elizabeth Jensen Young
30:51
music
Tom Ju
30:52
music?
Laura Schram
30:54
Brandi Carlile - just about her life and art!
Mackenzie Sullivan
30:55
wilderness camping
Giacomo Di Mauro
30:55
Most likely food :)
Catherine Babikian
30:55
weird/cool history stuff
Johanna Masterson
30:56
Movies
Preethi Bhat (she/her)
30:57
indian classical music
Jill Coste
30:59
teaching
Oksana Bomba
30:59
Travelling
Patrick CoatarPeter
31:01
forests
Karinne Lindner
31:02
travel
Darja Filippova
31:05
motherhood
James M. Van Wyck
31:07
Love Brandi Carlisle! :)
Hanamori Skoblow
31:08
Hiking
Zhakier Seville
31:08
Transforming classrooms to better support students and educators
Edward Anderson
31:11
Maybe talk to Slavoj Zizek about media theory
Archit Datar
31:20
Future of ML and AI in our society
Dilyara Kashaeva
31:22
music
Karinne Lindner
35:29
Wonderful point about self awareness as point 0 of 8- love it!
Suzanne Calhoun
44:37
Can you give some examples of the types of things you wanted to know about people and asked?
Jill Coste
45:16
^^ Wondering the same thing!
Jill Coste
56:09
Incredible questions — thank you for the examples!
Caroline Rende, Harvard (she/her)
56:41
Agreed
Tammison Smith
57:24
You made a great point! You would like the child question, given the relationship you have. Sometimes the right question is built on the relationship.
Karina Shklyan
57:52
How do you develop genuine networking connections when there is a significant power imbalance between the participants (e.g. wanting an internship, but speaking to a CEO)?
Mardoqueo "Marc" (he/him)
01:00:28
How would you suggest keeping in touch without it feeling “transactional”? And with so many connections, how do you suggest to keep track of these interactions in a proactive manner? (planners, online rolodex?) Thanks for all of these insights!
Hanamori Skoblow
01:01:02
Do you have any recommendations for networking in a virtual world?
Suzanne Calhoun
01:07:14
How do you not seem ‘less than’, and hold on to others’ respect for you, while expressing gratitude and being respectful of people’s time?
Xin Yao Lin
01:12:17
what are your thoughts on follow-up contacts you reached out to but they never responded? (to people who are higher power than you). to what point should we continue to reach out?
James M. Van Wyck
01:17:43
https://gradfutures.princeton.edu/Faculty_Development_and_Diversity
Amy Pszczolkowski (she/her) |GradFUTURES
01:27:17
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Afia Ofori-Mensa | she/her/hers
01:28:04
TIPS FOR A CURIOUS CONVERSATION | https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KiGZqIV1V5cXJ1ZguSa9qHffEn202r-HZN1jL5AdKK8/edit?usp=sharing
Kapeeleshwar Krishana
01:31:57
I was waiting and the came back
Raphael Krut-Landau
01:32:39
Hi, I was assigned to room 1 but no one else came.
Raphael Krut-Landau
01:33:00
Can I be paired with someone (if it’s not too late)
Raphael Krut-Landau
01:33:12
You can reassign, right?
Elizabeth Jensen Young
01:35:05
I was alone in room 15. Should I go back there and wait? Thanks for your assistance.
Preethi Bhat (she/her)
01:36:06
Me too, we should go into a breakout room lol
Karinne Lindner
01:49:24
I need to hope off to prep for my next meeting, but truly appreciated your valuable insights, time and energy, Dr. Ofori-Mensa. Thank you!
Afia Ofori-Mensa | she/her/hers
01:50:24
FACILITATOR EMAIL ADDRESS | afiao@princeton.edu
Pooria Namyar
01:51:55
I am wondering whether the recorded video is going to be accessible to the participants, and how people can access it.
Laura Stark
01:53:37
Thank you so much. A wonderful presentation and conversation.
Pooria Namyar
01:53:53
Thank for the nice and very useful session! It was wonderful!!
James Loy
01:53:59
Thank you so much for a wonderful session Dr. Ofori-Mensa!
Hannah Daru
01:53:59
Thank you so much for a wonderful session!
Lindsay Griffiths
01:54:06
Thank you!!
Preethi Bhat (she/her)
01:54:07
Thanks for the list :)
Madeline Hehir
01:54:07
Thank you so much for this presentation! This was such a helpful and refreshing take on networking
Jill Coste
01:54:07
Really wonderful session, thank you so much!
Zhakier Seville
01:54:09
thank you so much for this presentation !