Tag Archives: Careers

Publishing & Public Sociology

Publishing is consistently recognized as the “universal currency” of academia, but the process behind the product remains unclear for many graduate students. At the same time, growing awareness about the importance of sharing scholarly outputs with the wider public has … Continue reading

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Navigating the Path to Tenure and Promotion in White Academy

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Qualitative Research Careers Outside of Academia

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(Re)Prioritizing Pedagogic Feedback: Faculty Experiences with Qualitative Comments from Student Evaluations of Teaching (SETs)

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From Presentation to Publication

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Navigating the Non-academic Job Market

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The Academic Job Market

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Be prepared, not (too) scared! How sociology graduate students can slay the conference thing

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Converting Your CV to a Resume

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Casting the Net Wide: Exploring Careers other than Faculty Positions

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