Upcoming Events at Brown University
Hacking the Academic Job Market: Program and Book Signing with Karen Kelsky, PhD
Date: Friday, March 18, 2016
Time: 12:00 - 1:00 PM
Location: Wilson Hall, Room 104, 75-91 Waterman Street
Dr. Karen Kelsky - well know for her on-line site, The Professor is In - is coming to Brown! Dr. Kelsky has just published her book, The Professor Is In: The Essential Guide to Turning Your Ph.D. Into a Job. Join us for her talk on Hacking the Job Market, as Dr. Kelsky leads us through the complicated process of securing a tenure-track position! Click here to learn more.
Date: Thursday, March 31, 2016
Time: 7:00 - 9:00 PM
Location: Robert Center Underground, 75 Waterman Street
A new twist to our annual Trivia Night! Details to come.
Academic Search Panel
Date: TBD, April 2016
Come hear the viewpoints of both recently appointed tenure track faculty as well as seasoned administrators who have been involved in recent faculty hires. Bring your questions!
Career Exploration Panel - Careers for PhDs in Higher Education Administration
Date: TBD, April 2016
This workshop is an annual event aimed at expanding the knowledge of career opportunities for graduate and postdoctoral trainees in Brown’s Division of Biology & Medicine. The theme of this year’s workshop is jobs for scientists in higher education administration, and panelists from a variety of institutions will be represented.
Biomedical Science Careers Student Conference
This conference is designed for postdoctoral fellows; medical, dental and graduate students; college and community college students; post-baccalaureates; and high school seniors and juniors. There are two objectives of the Biomedical Science Careers Student Conference. The primary objective is to provide over 1000 African-American, Hispanic/Latino and American Indian/Alaska Native students with an opportunity to network with advisors/role models from the basic and clinical sciences, medicine, public health, academic administration and biotechnology/pharmaceuticals. These advisors/role models will encourage students to complete advanced studies, and provide concrete advice and information on available resources, professional opportunities and career paths in biomedical science and science-related fields. The second objective is to enable students to meet, inspire and network with one another. Student participants should be seriously interested in or currently studying in biomedical, biotechnology or other science-related fields, such as medicine, chemistry, physics, biology, nursing, dentistry, pharmacy, biomedical engineering, biotechnology, physical therapy, public health, allied health or environmental science.
Date: April 1, 2016
Time: 7:30AM - 6:00PM
Location: The Westin Hotel Copley Place
Applications Due: February 3, 2016
Please follow this link for application package.
Note: If there is inclement weather and the University is closed, any event listed will be cancelled, and possibly rescheduled at a later date. Call the Brown Snow Line at 863-3111 for further information, or listen to local school closings.