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This is the second of three sessions dedicated to interdisciplinary early career planning. It provides a space for discussion and peer review of job market materials, with a particular focus on CVs and responses to selection criteria. In advance of the workshop, participants are asked to target a position in their field(s) of interest, consider how scholars in that field organise and present their CVs, and then prepare their CVs and responses to sample selection criteria for peer review.
The sample selection criteria include:
- A PhD, or equivalent research experience in [XXX - candidate’s choice] or related field;
- Demonstrated capacity for research and scholarly publication through quality journals, books, reports and conference presentations;
And your choice of the following:
- For positions with teaching responsibilities:
- Demonstrated ability for excellence in teaching at the tertiary level; and
- Demonstrated capacity to develop curriculum, for course design and innovation in the delivery of teaching.
- For research-intensive positions:
- Ability to contribute effectively to research funding applications; and
- Excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with colleagues, staff and external stakeholders.
Presented by Dr Kathryn Henne and Dr Emily Troshynski (University of Nevada), this is a Regulatory Institutions Network (RegNet) Higher Degree Research (HDR) Education Activity. This activitiy is aimed at HDR students, but is open to those wanting to develop or further their skills base.
Please [send an email RSVP](mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org ) as attendance is capped at 15 due to room capacity.
For more information about this activity or about RegNet HDR Education Activities, please contact Head of Postgraduate Programs, Dr Kathryn Henne.