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Category Archives: Negotiating faculty / post doc positions
By Carrie Diaz Eaton and Pamela E. Harris We received the same email: Tuesday, Dec 17, 1:37 PM and Tuesday, Dec 17, 1:42 PM. No time to personalize the email. Simply change last names. After all, any one will do, … Continue reading
Leadership training in academia and in particular in mathematics is something we don’t tend to discuss or think about that much until we are about to take on a leadership academic position and wished we could have had some formal … Continue reading
This post was written by two postdoctoral researchers in biomathematics, Amy Buchmann (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Alex Hoover (email@example.com), who are currently on the job market. This is a reflection of their Skype interview experiences so far. Q: How is a Skype … Continue reading
Getting grants for research projects is hugely important for all active investigators. In universities where research is emphasized, pre-tenure faculty will be evaluated a couple of times before the tenure decision and grant activity is an important element in that … Continue reading