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ASPIRE Job Search Series: Behavioral Interviewing

Posted by on Tuesday, August 13, 2019 in Announcements .

Thursday, February 18, 2021

***Although this event has previously been a drop-in event, please note that since they are now virtual, we are requesting a registration so we may provide you a Zoom log-in.***

Kim Petrie, PhD
Assistant Dean for Biomedical Career Development,
Assistant Professor of Medical Education and Administration


Ashley Brady, PhD
Assistant Dean of Biomedical Career Engagement and Strategic Partnerships
Assistant Professor of Medical Education and Administration

“Tell me about a time you worked with a difficult person.”

“When working in a group, conflict inevitably arises. Give me an example of a time this happened to you.”

“Describe the last time you had a tight deadline.”

These are all examples of behavioral interview questions, and they are staple of the interview process for many hiring managers and organizations, especially in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. In this interactive session, we will de-mystify the behavioral interview and provide practical, easy-to-follow strategies for tackling behavioral interview questions with ease.

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