Career Development

THE CHICAGO GUIDE TO YOUR ACADEMIC CAREER

John A. Goldsmith, John Komlos, and Penny Schine Gold University of Chicago Press: Chicago (2001)

You’ve been putting off working on your curriculum vitae for too long – now you’re ready to make inquiries about jobs and it’s time for the rubber to meet the road. You need to get your CV up to speed.

Advice From the Fellowship Committee and Graduate Student Association

It's that time of year again! Many of you are planning for an academic job search, writing cover letters, updating your CV, and preparing for the campus interview.

Academic conferences are a great way to network with professionals in your field and to present your research. At the stage in your program when you’re ready to go on the job market, academic conferences take on a new meaning.

As summer approaches, you may want to update your resume in anticipation of a future job search.

Searching for an academic position takes work. In fact, you might consider it a “job” without the fringe benefits. To a certain degree, your field of study and the type of position you’re searching for will determine when you start the process.

Houston, we have a fellowship – and a grant – and a full-time faculty position. And Interfolio is one way for you to apply to all of them.

A postdoctoral scholar is an individual who holds a doctorate and has accepted a temporary “training opportunity” to gain additional research experience to further prepare him or her to pursue a career in academe, industry, government or the non-p

Courtesy of Julie Miller Vick and Mary Morris Heiberger, U. Penn.
Authors of The Academic Job Search Handbook

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