3 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Location: FA 2.206
Job-seeking and career exploration are demanding tasks, but utilizing your PhD skill set can help you stay positive and purposeful during the stressful ups and downs of a career search. This session will provide you with resources and strategies for keeping a confident career focus and show you how a conscientious and optimistic job search plan can make all the difference.
Light refreshments will be served. We expect this event to be full; therefore, advanced registration is required.
Date: Thursday, March 29
Time: 3:00 to 4:30 pm
Location: FA 2.206
About the Speaker: Natalie Lundsteen is Assistant Dean for Career and Professional Development and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at UTSW, where she oversees career resources and programs for graduate students and postdoctoral scholars. Lundsteen has also advised graduate students, postdocs, and alumni at MIT, Oxford, and Stanford. She is a regular contributor to InsideHigherEd’s Carpe Careers blog, and co-author of ReSearch: A Career Guide for Scientists, published by Elsevier in June 2017.
Other Workshops in the Series:
- (Jan. 18) Career Planning Series Overview
- (Jan. 25) Assess Yourself for Careers, Fellowships, and Wellness
- (Feb. 8) Preparing for the Unexpected: Planning Your Career through Life's Uncertainties, featuring Dr. Brenda Davis
- (Feb. 15) How to Find a STEM Career that Fits YOU, featuring Bill Lindstaedt
- (Feb. 22) Explore Careers and Research Employers