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Coordinator: Kaylee Schwertfeger, Ph.D.
Tim Starr, Ph.D.
The mission of the MICaB Committee for Graduate Career Development is to promote education, opportunity, inclusion, and excellence surrounding the exploration of available career paths. Key elements of our mission include promoting open and candid discussions of career path options, providing a realistic rationale for choosing a given path that considers both the professional and personal needs of each student, and providing mentorship, resources, and guidance that will equip our students with the best tools to succeed within a given career path choice. Recognizing that career development is influenced by professional interests and opportunity as well as life-style and life-stage considerations, our goal is to assist our students in making the “next-steps” upon completion of our program as new PhDs.
Calendar of Events
|Thursday, January 10, 2013, 12:00 pm, 2-137 Jackson Hall||Chris Carlson
President and Founder NarrativePros, LLC
"Preparing and Delivering a Clear and Effective Presentation"
Link to recording of session.
|Wednesday, May 29, 2013,12:00 pm, 2-137 Jackson Hall||
Sue Wick, Professor, University of Minnesota, Plant Biology and Undergraduate Curriculum Development
"A Panel Discussion on Teaching Undergraduate Bioscience"
Events Fall 2012
Links to Useful Information:
"A career is not a point in the space you have to get to, it is a journey, and you are allowed to change directions".
Dwight Nelson, Ph.D.