New England Future Faculty Workshop
We invite graduate students and postdoctoral scholars in STEM fields to apply for the New England Future Faculty Workshop held on the Northeastern University campus on July 10, 2018. This full-day conference is designed for participants from groups the NSF has identified as being underrepresented in STEM fields - specifically women, persons with disabilities, and those from three racial and ethnic groups—blacks, Hispanics, and American Indians or Alaska Natives. The conference includes sessions discussing the following topics:
• Finding your institutional fit
• Appropriate CV structure and content
• Crafting a compelling research statement
• Interviewing skills
• Developing time management skills
• Identifying an action plan for first year faculty
• Negotiating a job offer
In addition, participants will have the opportunity to network with current and future STEM faculty.
Date: Tuesday, July 10, 2018
Time: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Location: Raytheon Amphitheater, Egan Research Center, Northeastern University (specific directions will be provided to selected registrants closer to the event).
Applications will be accepted until May 1, 2018. If selected for the conference, you will be notified via email and provided directions on how to register. A fee of $50 will be required at the time or registration.
Email Erinn Taylor de Barroso at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or if you require a $50 registration fee waiver.
College/School (eg. College of Engineering)
Please indicate your position
If "other," please specify your position:
If you are a Ph.D. student, please indicate your expected year of graduation:
Please upload a copy of your CV:
Please upload a brief (1 paragraph/300 words) statement on why you wish to attend this conference and what you hope to gain from this experience:
Many institutions have begun to incorporate diversity statements as part of the required job application materials. Please upload a diversity statement (1 page or less).
If you live in the Boston area, would you be interested in being connected with out-of-town participants to meet for dinner?
If you will be travelling to Boston the night before the conference, would you be interested in being connected with local participants to meet for dinner?
What is your gender identity?
How do you identify your race/ethnicity?
Housing is available on campus for approximately $75 per night. If you are interested in these accommodations, check here and additional information will be sent to you regarding reserving a room closer to the conference date.
Yes, I am interested in learning about housing options
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