Professional Developments for a Graduate Student

Professional Developments for a Graduate Student for Spring 2018
Course code  
Credits two ( lectures: 2 hr per week)
Organizer Dr. Jun-An Chen and Dr. Yen-Ping Hsueh
Time 1:30-3:20 pm, Monday, Feb 5th –June 25th
Place 1F Auditorium, Institute of Molecular Biology, Academia Sinica
Purpose This event series includes talks, workshops, panels, and events that can help students identify and develop professional skills to prepare for careers in academia, industry, government, nonprofit and entrepreneurship. Series include: Core Competencies, Ph.D. Career Paths, Academic Job Search Series and Careers Beyond Academia
Minimal student number : 8 persons

 

  Date ThemeLecturer
1.
02/05
Introduction Yen-Ping Hsueh
2.
02/12
How to manage your PhD life more efficiently? Jun-An Chen
3.
03/05
How to read a paper? Liuh-Yow Chen
4.
03/12
How to prepare for qualifying exam Yen-Ping Hsueh
5.
03/19
Workshop I: Writing a fundable proposal: concepts and principles Tien-Hsien Chang
6.
03/26
Workshop II: Dissecting a funded proposal: validation of principles Tien-Hsien Chang
7.
04/02
How to give a great seminar and tips for presentation skills? Suewei Lin
8.
04/09
How to write a good manuscript, from cover letter to rebuttal letter? Jun-Yi Leu
9.
04/16
Scientific misconduct and research ethics Wen Chang
Yi-Fang Tsay
10.
04/23
The female perspectives in life science Wen Chang
Yen-Ping Hsueh
11.
04/30
How to prepare yourself for an academia position interview? Sheng-Hong Chen
Kuo-Chiang Hsia
12.
05/07
To move from academia to industry, and prepare for your future(I) Ying-Ja Chen
13.
05/14
To move from academia to industry, and prepare for your future(II) Chin-Yin Tai