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Preparing Future Faculty Conference: Getting Ready for an Academic Career
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Sponsored by CRLT, Rackham Graduate School, The Career Center, and the International Center, this half-day conference is designed to help graduate students and postdoctoral scholars prepare for the transition to faculty jobs. The plenary and concurrent sessions offered materials and strategies designed to help participants learn about what it means to pursue an academic career and how to prepare for the job search process.
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- Conference Agenda (.pdf)
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Conference Session Video and Materials (.pdf)
•Navigating a Challenging Academic Job Market
•Strategies, Tools and Resources for Productivity
•Developing Your Teaching Philosophy
•Interviewing for the Academy
•Designing an Effective Teaching Demonstration
•What's It Like To Be a Postdoctoral Scholar?
•Academic Job Search Strategies for International Students
Video of Panelists' Presentations
Negotiating an Academic Job Offer in the Humanities & Social Sciences
What’s It Like To Work at a Community College
Starting and Running a Research Lab – Science, Technology, Engineering & Math Fields
Starting and Running Your Research Agenda – Humanities & Social Sciences
What's It Like To Be a Postdoctoral Scholar?