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GradFUTURES Forum: The Imperative of Graduate Student Professional Development & the GradFUTURES Initiative - Shared screen with speaker view
Lindsay Griffiths
43:00
Joining from Princeton!
Marie-Ange Rakotoniaina
43:12
Good morning everyone! I am joining from Yale!
Amanda Cornwall
43:21
Joining from Boston - MIT! Good morning!
Lydia Henderson
43:28
Morning, I’m joining from Georgia Tech!
Sue Levine
43:41
Joining from Brandeis University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Center for Career & Professional Development. Thank you for opening this up beyond Princeton!
Marie-Ange Rakotoniaina
44:02
Yes, thank you for opening this event to a wider audience!
Alyssa Canelli
44:05
Joining from Brandeis University (Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs at GSAS), happy to be here, grateful for your collegiality in expanding this conversation and event!
Chris Smith
44:11
Tuning in from NC State University and thanks to Amy Pszczolkowski for inviting the greater graduate-level career & professional development community and our trainees to this event!
Angie Hawkins
44:15
Good morning from Stanford University—bright and early! ☀️
Mark Kaloko
44:43
Joining from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. Excited for this year's forum!
Amy Pszczolkowski
44:44
@Angie - Wow! Impressive. Thanks for being here today!
dourna jamshideasli
44:46
Hey there,My name is Dourna Jamshideasli. I am a PhD candidate in MECH at Auburn University, and I will graduate in December. I am looking for a post-doc position. Thank you.
Olalekan Adepoju
45:31
Good morning! Joining from University of Louisville.
Amy Pszczolkowski
46:10
@Chris Thanks for joining the Forum and sharing with your colleagues and trainees!
Chris Smith
46:31
Thanks, Amy! You're the best!
Sue Levine
46:32
Thank you @Amy Pszczolkowski
Amy Pszczolkowski
47:37
@Sue Glad you are here! So much content this week for our graduate students and postdocs!
Jeffrey Staton
47:49
Good morning from Emory University.
Josh Lambier
48:33
Joining from Western University in London, Ontario, Canada.
Amanda Cornwall
48:40
@Amy The conference agenda is astonishingly rich! Very exciting.
Amy Pszczolkowski
50:08
@Amanda Thank you! So happy to be able to share with the world. And important to elevate all of our efforts to support our graduate students and postdocs.
Sue Levine
50:30
@Amy Pszczolkowski - you do such amazing work at Princeton and for the Graduate Career Consortium to move the conversation forward.
Tara King
51:53
Exciting for the start of gradFUTURES Forum 2021. Thank you for the recognition and demonstrated alignment with the AAU PhD Initiative. Excited to join you later this week. https://www.aau.edu/education-community-impact/graduate-education/phd-education-initiative
Marie-Ange Rakotoniaina
53:00
@Jeffrey, so nice to see someone from Emory! (It is my alma mater :)
Amy Pszczolkowski
53:18
@Tara So thrilled to hear from the AAU and the PhD Initiative later this week! https://gradfutures.princeton.edu/events/national-coalition-efforts-promote-graduate-professional-development
Amy Pszczolkowski
57:55
Speaking of Data - we are really excited to hear from Chanetel Filiere of Burning Glass Technologies about real-time labor market data to understand diverse career pathways at 11 am today. https://gradfutures.princeton.edu/events/using-real-time-labor-market-data-understand-diverse-career-pathways-phds
Amy Pszczolkowski
59:41
Do any of your institutions track outcomes of graduate students who decide to leave their programs?
Alyssa Canelli
59:57
Great point about engaging attrited alums, although in my experience, there are often some very difficult contexts to navigate in these situations
Amy Pszczolkowski
01:00:28
@Alyssa - Yes! It’s very tricky because they leave for SO many reasons.
Jeffrey Staton
01:06:39
@Marie-Ange, hello! Sorry for the delay.
Alyssa Canelli
01:10:20
We piloted a version of Administrative Fellowships at Brandeis this year, based on your model—and it’s been very successful!
GradFutures
01:10:55
Dear all: a quick reminder that we’re collecting questions via the Q&A function in Zoom, as well as on social media—please use the hashtag #GradFUTURESforum. Finally, we’re also collecting resources to share out with all registrants and attendees. Submit resources and we’ll share them out with 3K+ registrants! Use this form to do so: https://gradfutures.princeton.edu/presenter-attendees-submit-informationresources-here
Amy Pszczolkowski
01:11:00
@Alyssa That’s great news! It’s great to share these ideas and adapt them to our own institutions!
GradFutures
01:11:32
More on the University Administrative Fellowship Program: https://gradfutures.princeton.edu/UAF
GradFutures
01:13:10
We’ll have a great panel on the Community College Teaching Fellowship program on Tuesday: https://gradfutures.princeton.edu/events/gradfutures-forum-2021-community-college-teaching-fellowships
GradFutures
01:14:21
Learn about Princeton grad alum Brenden Rickards (Rowan College South Jersey): https://gradfutures.princeton.edu/grad-stories/brenden-rickards-06-mol
GradFutures
01:15:05
Learn more about Princeton grad alum Natalka Pavlovsky (CC Faculty mentor): https://gradfutures.princeton.edu/grad-stories/natalka-pavlovsky-88-01-mus
Alyssa Canelli
01:16:43
Can I ask about the funding of these fellowships/experiences? are there diverse funding sources (grants, sponsors, internal, etc?)
Amy Pszczolkowski
01:21:29
@Alyssa Yes, we have a range of funding opportunities for the fellowships. Happy to chat offline with you or anyone about the models we have developed to support these.
Alyssa Canelli
01:23:30
wonderful, thank you @Amy!
GradFutures
01:26:45
Dear all: a quick reminder that we’re collecting questions via the Q&A function in Zoom, as well as on social media—please use the hashtag #GradFUTURESforum. Finally, we’re also collecting resources to share out with all registrants and attendees. Submit resources and we’ll share them out with 3K+ registrants! Use this form to do so: https://gradfutures.princeton.edu/presenter-attendees-submit-informationresources-here
GradFutures
01:28:10
RSVP for the 11am session here: https://princeton.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_kZA5DS2dRWWLse2CJciVJA?_x_zm_rtaid=2PrM3H3DRvGlICKZ2wRw_w.1619439301684.d8a111b8c542d68fa59a0168b085292e&_x_zm_rhtaid=637
Amy Pszczolkowski
01:29:05
Dr. Molly Wilson, Academic Analytics on Thursday April 29 at 9 am ET. https://gradfutures.princeton.edu/events/gradfutures-forum-2021-understanding-pathway-professoriate-academic-analytics
Sal Cipriano
01:35:19
Many thanks
Marie-Ange Rakotoniaina
01:35:34
Thank you so much for organizing this!
Amy Pszczolkowski
01:35:41
Thank you, Cole Crittenden! You are an amazing leader and champion of our work!
Josh Lambier
01:37:43
C’mon, Math! Let’s make it happen!
Amy Pszczolkowski
01:38:20
@Josh YES! Math and Physics need to show up!
Sue Levine
01:40:16
Thank you!