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Dr Abi Shapiro Jul 30
Feeling the brutal effects of no journal access with uni. affiliation now expired. Still working as a researcher with public mandate, but can't research. While barrier is a reminder of privilege, more to the point, why is publicly funded research not public?
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Chris Cloney May 12
Just starting day 2 of - excited to see some great talks!
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L. Maren Wood, PhD Dec 13
Career preparedness tip from : “Your interests and career path may change over time, so learn additional skills that will make yourself marketable in different industries.”
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Brittany Etmanski Apr 20
Beyond my diss, out of personal interest, I want to bring awareness to what grads from my dept. are up to after grad. I’m hoping it will resonate with colleagues at , and/or beyond. Thoughts are welcome!
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Chris Cloney May 12
Alright 20 minutes until the Business & Industry Panel at the conference - see you there!!
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Dr. Jennifer Polk in solidarity Dec 3
What job can you do after a PhD? Ponder these questions: What problem(s) can you solve? What is your ideal role in providing a solution? What’s your ideal solution process? What’s your ideal solution context? How can you market your skills and knowledge?
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Katy Peplin, PhD Mar 8
Learn more about what PhDs are doing outside academia, and how you can join them in a great new career - I recommend this highly for PhDs at any career stage - the more you know, the more you know! Don't wait until your degree is in hand!
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Loleen Berdahl May 12
As a political scientist myself, I particularly enjoyed hearing about how a background in political theory is an asset for working in government. Very interesting and informative presentation.
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Anna M Trester May 5
My favorite insights from today's : keep a running log for a month about work: what makes you energized/enervated? And take a couple minutes at the end of Friday to just jot down your accomplishments for the week!
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Brittany Etmanski May 16
Appreciating the time I have to listen to career conference today. Even as someone researching the career pathways of PhDs, these presentations remind me that there’s always more to learn.
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Beyond the Professoriate Dec 3
"The most radical thing you can do is leave a broken system and find new spaces and opportunities where you can put you talents to use, and make a liveable wage." -- We can't stop bragging about this amazing post. 😍 😍 😍
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Dr. Jennifer Polk in solidarity Dec 3
It's tough to give PhDs a list of potential jobs, because what suits you really depends on your... Values Character Strengths (“values in action”) Interests Skills and Competencies Desired Lifestyle Goals (personal and professional) Resources Opportunities etc!
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Emma Marie May 5
I've never heard of informational interviews before this conference. Already signed up for the community, can't wait to learn more!
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Maura Cunningham 马丽娜 May 8
Join my fellow panelists and me on Saturday for Day 2 of the conference—I'll be talking about non-profit careers for PhDs and can't wait to hear what other speakers have to share!
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Beyond the Professoriate Dec 12
25 days of : we recently started hosting community challenges! For this past week's challenge, we had community members post resumes and LinkedIn profiles so they could offer and receive feedback for the job search! 💪 💪 💪
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Daveena Tauber Oct 8
If you're on the academic job market, check out a (free) webinar on preparing applications for faculty positions in Humanities & Social Sciences. Hear from folks who have been through this process. :
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Retha Langa Sep 17
Please give me a free annual membership ! Your tweets helped me survive my . Just imagine what it could do if I'm actually part of the community? (I'm even willing to use a cat gif, although I'm a dog person)
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Dr. Jennifer Polk in solidarity Nov 16
Aurora isn't JUST for those working - it will also feature interviews with faculty members who work at institutions in Canada & the US, so that students can determine if being a professor is an attractive career path for them.
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L. Maren Wood, PhD Nov 6
Hey peeps! A lot of & PhDs worry that leaving academia for other work means giving up a life of ideas. Help dispel that myth! What are you doing in your work that you find intellectually challenging & rewarding!
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Jennifer Wallis May 5
If you're actively pursuing an alt-ac career, or just want to have a 'Plan X' (I don't like 'Plan B', which suggests a lesser option...), I recommend following the hashtag.
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