Academic Job Search
Although a graduate degree no longer guarantees you a faculty position, that doesn’t mean all hope is lost. What it does mean, however, is that you must be able to show potential employers the skills and experiences that make you stand out from other applicants.
Introduction: About Design Thinking As a graduate student, you have a knowledge base and skill-set that makes you an attractive candidate to prospective employers in industry, government, and nonprofit sectors.… Read the rest
When giving a talk, many people worry about what they will say and getting the facts right. In other words, they think first and foremost about the quality of… Read the rest
Writing a cover letter for the faculty job search can be a stressful experience. Having some general principles in mind can ease that stress and streamline the process of writing… Read the rest
It is natural and common for graduate students to question their next steps after graduation, whether that day is years to come or around the corner. Perhaps you began graduate… Read the rest
As most graduate students know, there are many benefits to flexible work, including earning income from a place and/or at a time of day that is most convenient for you. … Read the rest