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Career Development

This group aims to provide career development information to MCAA members. The group allows us to share information about career fairs, jobs, research funding and events.

Membership of the group is fully open to all MCAA members. Please feel free to post any relevant information.

You are welcome to follow us on Facebook where we recently created a Career Development Working Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1410344415696097/

You can also contact us via wg-careers@mariecuriealumni.eu

Career Development News feed

ITN EJD VIPER Summer course on Uncertainty Propagation and Stochastic Methods at University of Naples "Federico II", Naples, Italy, Open for all

Interested ESR and Ph.D. candidates and researchers are kindly invited to attend the course and meet with the researcher in the area of uncertainty quantification in periodic structures in 2nd VIPER summer school on Uncertainty Propagation and Stochastic Methods.

 Date: 11- 13 September 2017

Time:   9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Venue: University of Naples "Federico II", Aula Bobbio , Engineering school, Piazzale Tecchio, Napoli, Italy

IIT Delhi Faculty recruitment in US (Please share with the relevant people in the US)

Dear All,

A delegation headed by IITD Director, Professor Ramgopal Rao is visiting a number of university hubs in US in the second half of June  for an informational session and discuss IITD's future growth plans with the intention of boosting our faculty recruitment with strong candidates.  Could you please circulate this email to the alumni/potential faculty candidates who are in universities in the US or anyone else you think could spread the word about the visit of IIT team for faculty recruitment.

Researcher Development and Career Planning in the Arts and Humanities: One size does not fit all Launch party

Shedding light on training preferences and motivations, and identifying key barriers to engagement, One size does not fit all (2017) develops a better understanding of Arts and Humanities doctoral researchers’ and Early Career Researchers’ (ECRs) professional development within a challenging labour market.