What They Didn’t Teach You in Graduate School 2.0


February 29, 2012

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Check out the Chronicle of Higher Education for a recent article on what graduate students need to know after they’ve finished their education and are seeking a job in academia.  Paul Gray, a professor emeritus of IS&T, and David E. Drew, a professor of education, cover when to apply for faculty positions, whether you should go for a profit or non-profit first job, how to engage and effectively teach undergraduates, how to make use of travel opportunities, making money through publishing and public appearances, and various other topics that help with the transition from graduate student to faculty member.   photo by Brian Taylor

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