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  • TPII

    4/12 – Grant Writing Workshop with Dr. Karen Kelsky

    Join us for a four-hour grant writing workshop led by Karen Kelsky, nationally-known academic consultant who  blogs as “The Professor Is In.” Dr. Kelsky will offer tangible strategies for grant-writing, including how to think like the selection committee, how to structure your grant proposal, and […]

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    Professional Development: Blog Post about Impostor Syndrome on TPII

    Dr. Karen Kelsky’s blog has a fantastic new guest post by Phyllis L. F. Rippeyoung, an Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Ottawa, on the lasting feelings of being an impostor in academia.  She discusses her own feeling of being an impostor, even […]

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    Professional Development: Brief Recap of the “How to Win Grants and Fellowships” Discussion

    On Monday, December 3rd, Professor Timothy Alborn, Professor Dagmar Herzog, and Professor Michael Rawson shared their experiences and insights as both grant applicants and evaluators for a History Program professional development event entitled “How to Win Grants and Fellowships.”  I’ve written a brief recap of the […]

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    Assistance with Finding Grants and Fellowships

    The Graduate Center offers assistance with finding grants and fellowships, as well as access to a number of databases for locating funding opportunities.  For information on funding search support the Graduate Center offers please see the overview of the Office of Research & Sponsored Programs […]

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  • Professional Development: CUNY-GC Premium Access to Versatile PhD

    Professional Development: CUNY-GC Premium Access to Versatile PhD

    The Graduate Center subscribes to Versatile PhD, a website that offers information for graduate students and alumni about how to build a career outside of academia.  As a subscribing institution, we now have premium access to: • Hiring Success Stories –authentic resumes and cover letters […]

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    Professional Development: How Do I Write and Revise My C.V.?

    By Tracy E. Robey When I wrote my first c.v., I assumed that I just needed to find out how to arrange the headings and dump in my information.  The result wasn’t terrible, but it wasn’t good either. The main problem was that my models […]

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    Professional Development: Academic Job Search Resources and Models

    Academic Job Market Resources and Models The discussion on the academic job market scheduled for Friday, November 2nd has been cancelled (it will be rescheduled in the spring), but we will be posting information about the job market on the blog now to help students […]

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    Professional Development: Academic Job Market Resources

    Job Listings Inside Higher Ed   The Chronicle of Higher Education   The American Historical Association (now free after setting up an account)   H-Net Job Listings   Academic Jobs Online   Job Information Networks   Books, Websites, and […]

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