Posts in Upcoming BRET Office of Career Development Events

PhD Career Connections: Health Outcomes Research

Join us as Elizabeth Rula, PhD, discusses her role as a Health Outcomes Researcher at January's PhD Career Connections seminar. Friday, January 16, 20159:15-10:15am **NOTE ADJUSTED TIMELight Hall 208 Registration is requested.

Postdocs: Practice Faculty Interviews with Roger Chalkley

Kate Stuart
November 21, 2014

In the months of December and January on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 8am, Roger Chalkley is offering to help postdocs who are currently interviewing for research faculty jobs by doing an individual practice interview session. Participants must be currently interviewing for academic faculty positions at research institutions. If interested, you will be asked to fill out a survey about your current interviewing situation, dress as you would in a professional interview, and treat the opportunity like a real practice! 

Case Session with Medical Science Liaison Molly Seale

Kate Stuart
November 10, 2014

Join PhD Career Connections speaker Molly Seale, PhD, in a small-group career case session to talk more in-depth about her daily life as a Medical Science Liaison. Tuesday, December 1611:30-12:30pmLight Hall 306 A&B Registration required for admittance. Career Case Session attendance is capped at 25. 

PhD Career Connections: College Teaching

Join us as we talk to two professors in different academic settings. Tuesday, October 149:00-10:00amPRB 206 Mark Forsyth, PhD, Associate Professor, The College of William and MaryYanice Méndez-Fernandez, Assistant Professor, Trevecca Nazarene University  

ASPIRE Module: Introduction to the Principles and Practice of Clinical Research (IPPCR)

Kate Stuart
September 11, 2014

The BRET Office of Career Development is excited to announce that registration is now open for the final module being offered this fall as part of the Vanderbilt ASPIRE Program! NIH Clinical Center’s “Introduction to the Principles and Practice of Clinical Research (IPPCR)”  Vanderbilt will serve as a remote site webcast partner and will live broadcast the course:   

Scientist in the Classroom Information Session

Are you interested in teaching or learning how to communicate science but don't know where to begin?  Then join the Center for Science Outreach and your peers for an informational session on how to get started.  Learn how you can get involved in the Nashville community by working with K-8 students and teaching science one day a week.  We are currently accepting applications for interested graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.  Graduate students earn a topping up stipend of up to 7.5K!  

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