Tenure Track

Getting your paper published: An Editors Perspective by Shawnna Buttery, PhD

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On June 9 2016, we were joined by Shawnna Buttery, PhD, Scientific Editor of Elsevier’s BBA-Molecular Cell Research and BBA-Proteins and Proteomics who discussed how to get your paper published! Here is a summary of what she discussed:

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How to be a good faculty mentor

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Looking to transition into academia? How can you really become a good mentor to your students and postdocs? Read on for advice from Laura Olsen from the University of Michigan from the NextProf Science 2016 Conference!

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Developing a teaching philosophy and Building an Educational Portfolio

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Hoping to teach in academia? Read on for great advice about developing a teaching philosophy and building your educational portfolio from Tershia Pinder-Grover, from the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching in Engineering, U. Michigan!

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The Importance of Mentoring

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A discussion with Tabbye Chavous, Dean of U Michigan on the importance of mentoring.

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The Importance of Networking and Self Promotion on the Tenure Track

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Sari Van Anders, a social neuroendocrinologist from U. Michigan gives some insight as to how to network and why you should really be self-promoting yourself! Read the rest of this entry »

NextProf Science 2016 – The Faculty Search Process

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How to successfully apply for a faculty position? How to write your application? How to get an interview? Read on! Read the rest of this entry »

NextProf Science 2016 – Life in Academia

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What are the benefits and challenges of a career in Academia?

Panelists:

  • Ruth Blake (Yale, Geochemistry)
  • Baldomero Olivera (University of Utah, Biology)
  • Mary James (Reed College, a SLAC)

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