Knowing how to effectively market yourself is an essential skill for success, whether it is to prospective employers or for fellowship or grant applications. This workshop with Prof. Jennifer Loros (Department of Genetics) will cover two related topics:
1) Tactics on making a great impression during a job interview
2) The importance of creating and maintaining effective records (such as CV) of your research/academic performance.
Lunch will be served. Please RSVP by Friday, November 30 to jibran.y.khokhar[at]dartmouth.edu
Are you interested in improving your leadership skills and help impact in the lives of your fellow Postdocs?
If the answer is yes, DCPDA is looking for officers at various positions.The degree of commitment and tasks involved are flexible.
If you are interested please send an email to DCPDA@Dartmouth.edu or migun.shakya[at]dartmouth.edu
Are you curious how others have negotiated their positions?
Then you might be interested in the upcoming Dartmouth College Postdoctoral Association (DCPDA) workshop on negotiations.
Our panelists are:
Prof. Amy Gladfelter (Biological Science)
Prof. Margaret Ackerman (Thayer School of Engineering)
Prof. Robert Hawley (Earth Sciences)
They hopefully can answer your questions and give you advice on how to prepare, what to expect, and what you should (or should not) do in upcoming negotiations.
Please join us on Wednesday, April 29th from 12-1:00 pm in Life Science 352.
Lunch will be provided.
Please RSVP by Monday April 20th to aaron.atkinson[at]dartmouth.edu
We look forward to seeing you there,
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Please follow the following link to take part in our DCPDA survey.
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You deserve a night out!
Come and enjoy delicious tapas and sangria at Candelas on Thursday, March 26th at 7 PM.
Let me know if you’d like to tell us about your work in a casual 5 minute talk (no slides–you could use tapas as props, though!)