Academic Career: Demands, Expectations and Preparation
2 December 2019, UNIL
|Langue||Workshop language is English|
Carine Carvalho Arruda and Dr. Verity Elston
Carine Carvalho Arruda, head of Equality office UNIL.
Verity Elston is head of career advice for the Graduate Campus for doctoral and postdoctoral researchers.
The aim of this workshop is to sensitize participants to the demands and expectations linked to pursuing an academic career. It presents the foundational elements of self-presentation that apply to hiring processes on the academic track, from applications to interview.
Participants will be required to read two preliminary articles on the academic recruiting process in advance of the workshop. Details will be provided prior to the date. Participants will also be asked to complete a preliminary questionnaire with three questions they have on the subjects covered in the workshop. The questionnaire should be submitted ten days prior to the workshop.
Practical Work and Follow-Up
Schedule: 13:00 to 17:00
Maximum 15 participants