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Plant Physiology with a view: A different kind of gathering

Going to a symposium usually means days of talks in meeting rooms or conference centres, but Alexandra Townsend, an Early Career Researcher from Queen Mary University of London, recently attended a symposium that was a little more unusual: the Early Career Scientist Symposium run by the… 1,023 more words

News

Call for Applications: Early Career Work and Family Fellowships

The Work and Family Researchers Network (WFRN) is seeking applicants for 2018 Early Career Work and Family Fellowships.

The goal of the program is to help promising young scholars establish career successes, as well as integrate them within the WFRN research community.  111 more words

Announcements

"Career suicide"

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When I accepted my first academic position on completion of my PhD, I was pretty happy about it. My PhD was in Cultural Studies examining corporeal feminist philosophy and motherhood. 726 more words

Slow Academia

Transitions: Aaisha Haykal, “Lifting as we Climb”

This post is part of our “Transitions” Series, which highlights the experiences of recent graduates and early career archivists. If you are an early career archivist (0-5 years in the field) who would like to participate in this series, please  1,327 more words

Early Career

5 tricks to supercharge your LinkedIn profile

As first appeared in/written for The Man Guide: http://themanguide.com/5-tricks-to-supercharge-your-linkedin-page/ 

We’ve all been through the rundown of how to add all your volunteer positions or how to make your summary sound new and shiny. 870 more words

Business

More than an internship

Hi! My name is Hannah, and I’m a recent grad from John Brown University in Siloam Springs, Arkansas. This summer I’m proud to be a member of the Williams Intern Class of 2017, working in Communications and Strategic Outreach on the Internal Communications team. 304 more words

Early Career

You're not in Kansas anymore...

As a psychologist in training you learn from other psychologists who deliver your coursework, assess you and/or supervise your placements. Most of the psychologists who trained me worked in the private sector or in clinical research settings. 525 more words

Reflections