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Career Development Mid Stage

August 8, 2012

• Identify external opportunities, internships, work experiences aligned with career goals • Document research and teaching accomplishments (IDP) • Modify career goals if needed • Document research and teaching accomplishments on CV

Career Development Early Stage

August 8, 2012

• Explore University Career Services resources • Complete self-assessments • Develop career goals • Create a CV

Leadership & Professionalism Mid Stage

August 8, 2012

• Take on leadership positions • Contribute to team-based projects • Troubleshoot issues and propose creative solutions • Manage project budget and personnel • Provide feedback to peers on presentations, manuscripts, & grants

Leadership & Professionalism Early Stage

August 8, 2012

• Attend Ethics trainings and seminars • Create an Individual Development Plan (IDP) • Seek leadership and service opportunities • Join professional organizations and build internal and external networks

Academic Development Late Stage

August 8, 2012

• Form dissertation writing groups • Synthesize teaching statement/portfolio • Finalize projects and submit approvals • Formulate 5-year research plan

Academic Development Mid Stage

August 8, 2012

• Develop collaborative relationships to support research projects • Attend teaching workshops • Assess and modify research plans • Develop a teaching portfolio • Serve as manuscript reviewer for journals in your field • Mentor undergraduates

Academic Development Early Stage

August 8, 2012

• Connect coursework to research & scholarship • Seek funding to support projects • Explore resources to support academic development • Attend TA orientation & teaching workshops • Plan research projects • Seek out teaching opportunities • Mentor undergraduates

Communication Late Stage

August 8, 2012

• Present research at national conferences • Publish research/scholarship • Maintain professional networks

Communication Mid Stage

August 8, 2012

• Develop presentation skills for discipline and non-discipline specific audiences • Write for both technical and non-technical audiences • Communicate with mentors effectively • Present research at national conferences • Publish research/scholarship