As I’ve had the honor of running the course “Career Skills for Scientists” this year, I’ve been confronted again with the myriad of mixed messages out there when it comes to writing CVs, and the confusion it brings to all who need to write one. Especially A-type academics like us. (See: “What do you mean? There is no absolutely objectively correct answer?”). Here are some thoughts I needed to get of my chest…… Read More CV… How hard can it be?
Did you know about all the services you have access to, in your computer…and just when you really need them? Our digital highlights of the year open up for more students and researchers to get access to career service online. Cruited – reviews online This spring we initiated a collaboration with Cruited a company specializing… Read More #4 KICS goes digital
Riccardo finished his PhD at KI in March of 2014. Since then he has gone on to thrive as a postdoctoral fellow at the Francis Crick Institute in London. Within minutes of meeting Riccardo you realize that he is incredibly organized and a strong communicator, two assets which certainly aided him in securing his position… Read More “Tips to secure your first PostDoc”- my notes from the lecture given by KI alum, Riccardo Guidi
”In a world, where science entertains… Meet Dr Multitask, a (re)searcher, balancing on the edge of academic and beyond, teaching AND learning valuable lessons about life, science and human existence…” Imagine this world, designed as an amusement park, with a purpose to both educate and entertain – the name is: SCI-WORLD. This spring, a job… Read More SCI-WORLD