Beyond Grant Writing: Exploring career opportunities in scientific communication through the Vanderbilt ASPIRE program By Natalya Ortolano, Graduate Student, Vanderbilt University @NatOrtolano I [...]
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By now if you have decided to choose a career in undergraduate teaching, whether you are a doctoral or postdoctoral student your ultimate aim is to find a faculty position in the field of your [...]
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Following the phase III internship I mentioned in my previous blog; I began my journey into the field of teaching. From here on I started looking for opportunities and resources to help improve [...]