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ASPIRE Job Search Series: Exploring and Preparing for Faculty Careers

Posted by on Tuesday, August 3, 2021 in Workshops and Seminars .

Thursday, March 17, 2022
Light Hall 214

Kathy Gould, Ph.D.,Senior Associate Dean for Biomedical Research, Education and Career Development and Louise B. McGavock Professor, Department of Cell and Developmental Biology

Do you know the different types of academic faculty positions that are available in the U.S.? What skills do you need for each type? What type of faculty position is right for you?  Join Kathy Gould, Ph.D, Louise B. McGavock Professor, Department of Cell and Developmental Biology and Senior Associate Dean for Biomedical Research,Education and Career Development for a session in which we will explore the different types of faculty positions available to life scientists and the variable skills a competitive applicant needs to demonstrate for each type.  Participants will use the Academic Career Readiness Assessment (ACRA) Framework, developed by the UCSF Office of Career & Professional Development, to assess their level of preparedness for different positions and to set professional development and research goals that are aligned with the hiring criteria used to assess job candidates.

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