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Are you preparing materials to go on the market this spring? This workshop is designed to demystify the process, and to address the specific needs and questions of those from both the sciences and humanities who are embarking on this exciting (if a little scary!) part of the graduate student experience. Though the job search can be a daunting process for students still in the midst of research and teaching obligations, this workshop is a resource to support you in this effort, to help you identify and effectively present yourself as a candidate to the academic job of your future.

Learning Outcomes:

1. Learn how to identify potential academic jobs in their field 2. Learn how to effectively present themselves as a candidates for academic jobs 3. Develop a working plan for next steps in the academic job search

List of Panelists:

Dr. Meera Alagaraja Associate Professor Department of Educational Leadership, Evaluation, and Organizational Development; Dr. Beth Boehm Dean of The Graduate School, Vice Provost of Graduate Affairs, and English Professor; Dr. Barbara Clark Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics; Dr. Paul DeMarco Associate Dean of the Graduate School, Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences; Dr. Zihui Sun Chairperson & Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering at J.B. Speed School of Engineering

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