Navigating the Academic Job Market: Application Process and Insight from Recent Experiences | Webinar

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About the webinar:

Navigating the academic job market can feel like entering a mysterious "black box", where the rules of the game are unclear. This webinar aims to demystify this process and empower aspiring academics with practical strategies for success in navigating the academic job market, particularly in psychology, human development, and related fields.

The session will kick off with a comprehensive overview of the current academic job landscape, providing valuable insights into the diverse array of institutions, positions, and the key skills and qualifications sought by discerning hiring committees.

Attendees will gain a nuanced understanding of the latest trends in these fields, with a focus on the impact of interdisciplinary research and the growing importance of diversity and inclusion. Drawing from personal experiences, Dr. Ip will share valuable insights gained from navigating the academic job market. The webinar will culminate in an interactive Q&A session and open discussion, allowing participants to engage with Dr. Ip and fellow attendees.

This collaborative dialogue will provide a platform to explore the challenges and opportunities inherent in navigating the academic job markets, fostering a supportive community of individuals dedicated to advancing their careers in academia.

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SRCD Early Career, Emeritus, LMIC, and Student Member  $0
SRCD Professional Member $10
Non-Member $15

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