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Are you a Humanities or Social Sciences PhD student wondering what else you can do with your degree? Unsure of how your research fits in outside of the academy? Want to know more about the non-academic job market and job search process?
Join us for a workshop designed specifically to help humanities and social sciences graduate students think more broadly about their career paths. Event Details
Getting federal grants is an increasingly important part of a successful academic career, but most departments do not include grant-writing in their curricula. This two-day workshop is designed to introduce graduate students and post-docs to the process of successful grant writing. Event Details
Learn strategies and resources to help you successfully transition to non-profit, government or industry employment. Discover how the alt-ac job search differs from the academic job search. Event Details