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Supporting the development of graduate and postdoc training in the areas of research, funding, professionalization, interdisciplinary research, and networking.
Fridays from 11 AM to 12 PM in IBS 150. Drop-ins welcome! Coffee and light lunch provided.
How to navigate the first years of grad school—asking questions and developing a research agenda, Dr. Carew Boulding (Political Science; IBS)
Writing a Book and Talking to Editors, Dr. Justin Kirkland (University of Virginia)
Forming a Dissertation Committee and Dealing with Difficult Faculty, Dr. Jennifer Fitzgerald (Political Science) and Dr. Rachel Rinaldo (Sociology)
Getting a Non-Academic Job, Dr. Shwanna Mullenax (PSB Research) and Dr. Stefan Wojcik (Twitter Research)
Dissertation Grant Writing: The Front End, Dr. John O'Loughlin (Geography; IBS)
Dissertation Grant Writing: Writing the Methods and Analysis, Dr. Stefanie Mollborn (Sociology; IBS)
Dissertation Grant Writing: Justifying a Budget, Anni Magyary (IBS)
Writing and Publishing, The Basics, Dr. Chris Federico (University of Minnesota)
Letters of Recommendations: Do's and Don'ts, Dr. Jason Boardman (Sociology; IBS)
CV Workshop (all are invited to participate).
Conveners: Anand E. Sokhey, Associate Professor, Political Science/IBS Fellow (email@example.com) and Kim Truong-Vu, Graduate Student, Sociology/IBS (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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