Academic Career Series II: Nuts and Bolts of an Academic Job Search
"Nuts and Bolts of an Academic Job Search" features faculty panelists who successfully landed a position. The speakers outline an effective search strategy and discuss important elements of the process: finding opportunities of interest, preparing a strong applicaion, the role of your advisors, interviewing, negotiating, and how the increasingly competitive job market is changing the faculty search process.
-- Jeffrey Gore, Assistant Professor of Physics
-- Darrell Irvine, Associate Professor of Biological Engineering and Materials Science
-- Jeffrey Karp, Assistant Professor in Medicine & HST, Harvard Medical School, Brigham & Women's Hospital, & Director, Laboratory for Advanced Biomaterials and Stem-Cell-Based Therapeutics, Brigham & Women's Hospital
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