About 10 years ago, a group of graduate students lodged a complaint with Linda C. Babcock, a professor of economics at Carnegie Mellon University: All their male counterparts in the university’s PhD program were teaching courses on their own, whereas …Read More
The worst they can say is no. That’s the advice a new Ph.D. receives about negotiating with a department that has extended a job offer. Sure, you might not get everything you want, but there’s no harm in trying. This …Read More
Access to Tomorrows-Professor eNewlsetter (or you can sign up to receive it in your inbox) with postings twice weekly, usually on Monday and Thursday mornings, Pacific Standard Time. The eNewsletter seeks to foster a diverse, world-wide teaching and learning ecology …Read More
feeling overwhelmed by all the demands on your time? this website has several resources that you can utilize to “get help with the climb” — including online writing groups as well as group and individual coaching for all career stages.…Read More
Collection of sample application materials for postdoctoral and faculty positions. Super helpful annotated pdfs – this is mostly oriented towards biomedical fields, but most of the advice is probably good for anyone.…Read More
As you prepare to begin your career as a geoscience faculty member, you’re probably wondering how to land a job you’ll enjoy, as well as what you can do now to lay the groundwork for a successful career in academia. …Read More
“The Professor Is In” gives advice on negotiating a tenure track offer.…Read More
Looking back through scores of interviews we’ve conducted in the course of training and coaching engagements, and returning to the 360 reports, these are the four specific low-confidence behaviors cited by managers (male and female alike):
-Being overly modest
From the authors of Women Don’t Ask, the groundbreaking book that revealed just how much women lose when they avoid negotiation, here is the action plan that women all over the country requested—a guide to negotiating anything effectively using strategies …Read More
Book by Cynthia Robbins-Roth containing advice for those dissatisfied with work, but not with science.
* An insider’s look at the wide range of job opportunities for scientists yearning to leave the lab
* First-person stories from researchers who successfully …
Whether you’re trying to close a major account or get a better rate from a vendor, here are expert pointers on how to win in negotiations.…Read More
Each podcast is about 10 minutes long, and has a mini-lesson, based on a Columbia University MBA class in negotiation.
Negotiation often comes up on ESWN discussions, and was identified as a major professional development topic in our surveys (in …Read More