Postdoctoral Fellows

Professional Development: Discussing Next Steps in Your Career  - Faculty Positions and Industry Careers

A four-part workshop series for postdoctoral researchers and doctoral students interested in pursuing a career in academia and industry is offered during the Spring term 2015.  This program provides a significant opportunity for you to engage in a wide-ranging discussion about preparing for faculty position searches, developing a research program, and issues surrounding commercialization and industry research, and careers in industry research.   All SEAS postdoctoral research associates and senior-level graduate students are encouraged to attend.

Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM (reception/social will follow each event).

February 13 - Kathleen Stebe (Deputy Dean for Research and Goodwin Professor) leads this workshop and hosts a faculty panel on the theme of the joy of being a faculty member and thoughts on how to develop a research program.
Location:
 Wu and Chen Auditorium.

March 20 - Kostas Daniilidis (Professor and Associate Dean for Graduate Education) leads a workshop and faculty focusing on how to apply for faculty positions, the structure of faculty applications, and the interview process. 
Location:
 Wu and Chen Auditorium.

April 17  - Jeffrey Babin (Senior Lecturer and Associate Director of the Engineering Entrepreneurship Program) will lead a workshop covering commercialization and careers in industry.  This program may also be of interest to senior doctoral students.
Location:
 Berger Auditorium (Skirkanich Hall).

April 24  - A panel of industry scientists and engineers will discuss careers in industry focusing on preparation, planning and interviewing tactics.  
Location:
 Wu and Chen Auditorium.  

If you have questions, contact Jim McGonigle. To RSVP, please fill out the event registration form >>