CUAHSI-AGU H3S Cyberseminar Series: a Guide to Landing Your Dream Job

If you are a student or early career scientist who is or will soon be navigating the job application process, our previous cyber-seminar series may be just what you need. Last year, H3S held a joint cyber-seminar with CUAHSI to provide guidance for students and early career scientists in the job market.

This four-part cyber-panel features members from academia, government, and industry positions in discussion and Q&A sessions.

The series covers various topics including:

  1. The pre-application phase (i.e. when and how to start)
    View Recording

    Speakers:
    Walter McDonald (Marquette University)
    Adam Wlostowski (Lynker Technologies)
    Joanna Blaszczak (University of Nevada Reno)
    Ariel Atkinson (Southern Nevada Water Authority)
    Jeffrey McDonnell (Global Institute for Water Security)

    #availablepositions #felloswhips #onlineresources #contactingpotentialadvisors

  2. The application phase (i.e. materials and interviews)
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    Speakers:
    Hamed Alemohammad (Radiant Earth)
    Theo Barnhart (U.S. Geological Survey)
    Joanna Blaszczak (University of Nevada Reno)
    Jeffrey McDonnell (Global Institute for Water Security)

    #applicationmaterials #CV #resume #coverletter #phoneinterview #inpersoninterview #searchcommittees

  3. The post-application negotiations
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    Speakers:
    Ruth Heindel (Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research at the University of Colorado Boulder)
    Danica Roth (Colorado School of Mines)
    James Heiss (University of Massachusetts Lowell)
    Walter McDonald (Marquette University)

    #negotiations #signingpapers #multipleoffers #tips-and-tricks

  4. The job transition
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    Speakers:
    Laura Condon (University of Arizona)
    Jill Mcclary (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
    Adam Wlostowski (Lynker Technologies)
    Ariel Atkinson (Southern Nevada Water Authority)
    Gene-Hua Crystal Ng (University of Minnesota)

    #firstyear #afterPhD #whattoexpect #possiblebarriers #academia #industry #government

CUAHSI is a nonprofit organization that provides programs and services which foster a diverse and dynamic water science community enabled by shared scientific infrastructure that support the development and communication of an integrated understanding of interactions among water, earth, ecosystems, and society.

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By Esther Lee
University of Illinois—Urbana Champaign

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