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A diversity of mentors is instrumental for supporting PhD students in exploring life outside of the tenure track.
The key to surviving and thriving is to have a good navigation strategy.
By highlighting relevant activities, emphasizing transferable skills and incorporating the career gap as a valuable experience on your resume, you can effectively communicate your growth and value to potential employers.
Customizing your job application documents for academic and industry roles will help you stand out as a candidate.
Four steps graduate students, postdocs and their allies can take to advance equality.
A new microcredential at Université Laval boosts professional development by cultivating the key skills that are in demand at companies, organizations and in communities.
By using labour market information as a tool for targeted career exploration, you can facilitate a smoother transition to employment following graduation.
Helping students overcome this enduring struggle is an important aspect of their professional development.
Three graduates share their PhD journeys and their forays into the biotechnology and therapeutics sector.
A cross-institutional, open-source series helps graduate students and postdoctoral fellows articulate their teaching experiences for various career pathways.
Strategies and resources for grad students and postdocs to increase the relevance of word-of-mouth referrals and internet-based research.
Like personal goals, professional benchmarks can guide self-evaluation and setting targets for improvement.
Community and mentorship are critical for supporting the success of graduate students with disabilities.
Goal setting helps graduate students approach studies mindfully, normalizes challenges around future goals.
When mentorship skills are a major influence on student success in STEM, how do you develop training that meets that challenge?
While evaluation is not without challenges, the information obtained can help streamline and target program resources most efficiently.
What separates the hero from others is a willingness to embrace the challenge despite the unknown and to keep going no matter the obstacles.
Put yourself front and centre in your career planning.
Educational development is an alt-ac career that leverages teaching experience and ‘enhances the work of colleges and universities, with a focus on teaching and learning.’
A faculty member collaborated with campus career services to deliver an experiential learning option to PhD students with diverse backgrounds.