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Careers in Academia I:  Initiating the Job Search

This workshop is designed primarily for a general population of graduate students in their dissertation period and postdoctoral fellows. It will provide information about the academic career search, including how to locate relevant job postings; application materials, deadlines, and processes; and components of successful applications.

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* For International Students: This workshop is designed for international graduate students in their dissertation period and postdoctoral fellows. (Domestic students and postdocs are also welcome to attend.)  It will provide information about the academic career search in the US, including how to locate relevant job postings; application materials, deadlines, and processes; and components of successful applications.  Work permission and visa information will also be addressed by staff from OISS.   

Careers in Academia II: The Interview Process


This workshop is a continuation of Careers in Academia I, focusing on the next step of the academic job search: the interview process.  One of the more daunting aspects of job hunting in academia is the interview process.  In this session, you'll learn what to expect and prepare within the interview process: phone interview skills, what to anticipate at an onsite interview, preparing for the job talk and sample class, and tips for negotiating a job offer.


Register by clicking your preferred date and time:

* For International Students: In this session you'll learn what to expect and prepare within the academic interview process: phone interview skills, interviewing at conferences, what to anticipate during a campus visit, preparing for the job talk and sample class, and negotiating a job offer. 

Tulane University, 200 Gibson Hall, 6823 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-247-1213 ogps@tulane.edu