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ISA Headquarters posted on August 14, 2014 17:45

Tuesday, February 17, 2015, 9:00am-5:00pm
Sponsored by ISA Committee on the Status of Women

Are you a junior scholar and going to ISA in New Orleans? Do you want to learn more about how to finish your dissertation, how to put your job dossier together, be prepared for the job interview, avoid early career pitfalls, how to have better work/life balance and how to move ahead in the academic workplace? Then, this pre-conference short course is for you! Mid-career to senior career mentors will facilitate the workshop around the importance of networking and peer-to-peer mentoring, and how to successfully maneuver the discipline. The idea of educating, mentoring, and networking with and for women is to create viral networks of successful women (and men), and we hope that this short course” will capitalize on and extend women’s current successes, to make headway against the gendered nature of disciplinary practices. Apply online by September 1, 2014

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