Communicating with Purpose: strategies for connection, navigating conflict, and self-advocacy
NetSI Professional Development Series
Kimberly Wong
NU Ombuds for Graduate Students
Past Talk
Virtual talk
Tuesday
Apr 2, 2024
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10:30 am
Virtual
177 Huntington Ave.
11th floor
Online
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During this session we will explore tools for improving communication with faculty, staff, and peers at Northeastern. We will consider ways to increase connection and collaboration across the university, discuss strategies for conflict resolution, and reflect on what it can look like to advocate for yourself as a graduate student.
About the speaker
About the speaker
Dr. Kimberly Wong has served as the university ombuds for graduate students since 2019. Kim is a licensed counseling psychologist with more than fifteen years of experience working with culturally diverse students in higher education. She holds an MS.Ed. in Counseling and Personnel Services and a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Fordham University’s Graduate School of Education. Kim is also a trained mediator. She is a member of the International Ombuds Association (IOA) and practices in accordance with the IOA’s Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics.
Dr. Kimberly Wong has served as the university ombuds for graduate students since 2019. Kim is a licensed counseling psychologist with more than fifteen years of experience working with culturally diverse students in higher education. She holds an MS.Ed. in Counseling and Personnel Services and a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Fordham University’s Graduate School of Education. Kim is also a trained mediator. She is a member of the International Ombuds Association (IOA) and practices in accordance with the IOA’s Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics.