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EDGE Fellowship Program Orientation Lunch

The EDGE doctoral fellowship program provides mentorship, professional development opportunities and support that complements all that is offered in the home degree department. At this orientation meeting, fellows will expand their scholarly network, learn more about the program and meet the EDGE directors.

Dr. Chris Gonzalez Clarke, Director of EDGE Doctoral Fellowship Program & Assistant Vice Provost, VPGE

Bryan Thomas, Jr., Assistant Director of EDGE Doctoral Fellowship Program

 

EDGE Fellowship Program Orientation Lunch

The EDGE doctoral fellowship program provides mentorship, professional development opportunities and support that complements all that is offered in the home degree department. At this orientation meeting, fellows will expand their scholarly network, learn more about the program and meet the EDGE directors.

Dr. Chris Gonzalez Clarke, Director of EDGE Doctoral Fellowship Program & Assistant Vice Provost, VPGE

Bryan Thomas, Jr., Assistant Director of EDGE Doctoral Fellowship Program

 

First Friday: Opening Party

7 – 7:30 PM:

Artist Jordan Casteel in conversation with Susan Dackerman, John and Jill Freidenrich Director, Cantor Arts Center.

7:30 – 10 PM:

First Friday: Opening Party

Stay for the opening party! Watch performances by Stanford students, get creative with art activities, learn more about our awesome exhibitions, grab a free snack (or two), oh, and don't forget to take more free stuff.

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Funding Opportunities and Grant Awards

Learn about search strategies and key resources to help you identify funding opportunities and view grants awards for a research area.  This session includes a search tool that lets you search multiple funding resources at one time and set up alerts to notify you about new funding opportunities.  Attendees limited to current students, postdocs, faculty, and staff at Stanford University.  Free but advanced registration required.

Funding Opportunities and Grant Awards

Learn about search strategies and key resources to help you identify funding opportunities and view grants awards for a research area.  This session includes a search tool that lets you search multiple funding resources at one time and set up alerts to notify you about new funding opportunities.  Attendees limited to current students, postdocs, faculty, and staff at Stanford University.  Free but advanced registration required.

Resume Lab (PhDs & Postdocs)

This non-academic Resume lab is an interactive meetup for PhD students and postdocs. It aims to provide you with the opportunity to get feedback on your resume from peers under the guidance of a career coach. The session will begin with some general tips and guidelines about resume, and a large group feedback session on a resume to role model what will be expected in small groups. Once in small groups each person will receive about 10-15 minutes of feedback from 3-4 other peers. A career coach will be available for questions. Please bring 4 copies of your resume to the session.

Resume Lab (PhDs & Postdocs)

This non-academic Resume lab is an interactive meetup for PhD students and postdocs. It aims to provide you with the opportunity to get feedback on your resume from peers under the guidance of a career coach. The session will begin with some general tips and guidelines about resume, and a large group feedback session on a resume to role model what will be expected in small groups. Once in small groups each person will receive about 10-15 minutes of feedback from 3-4 other peers. A career coach will be available for questions. Please bring 4 copies of your resume to the session.

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