The GradDev calendar lists career development seminars sponsored by UF Health departments and graduate programs, with speakers from a variety of job sectors related to health sciences research.
To have your events included on the GradDev calendar, please contact Susan Gardner (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Career Interest Teams are informal groups designed to provide introductory experiences for graduate students and postdocs to become familiar with the various career options available for health sciences research. Participation is voluntary. Please feel free to attend any sessions you may be interested in.
Do you have a plan? Check out the Individual Development Plans page for more information about career and professional development planning while you are in grad school or a postdoc.
New Course: What is a Research Professional?
Fall 2019 details:
Thursdays 12:50 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. (6 – 7 period)
Health Science Center, Room N1-07
Instructors: Lauren Solberg, JD, MTS; and Bob Kolb, RN, MS, CCRC
This career-development course focuses on what it means to be a “research professional,” in particular what it means to conduct research in a variety of career pathways other than as a faculty member.
- Currently Registered UF Students: Follow the deadlines listed here.
- Full-time UF employees: You could be eligible for tuition assistance through the Employee Education Program. Click here for the non-degree registration form. When you fill out your form, select the college from the drop-down menu. Be sure to select the option that includes “Employee Education Program” in the name.
Online resources for career exploration:
Science Careers (career resources and tools provided by the AAAS)
New York Academy of Sciences Career Center
The Versatile PhD (humanities, social sciences and STEM)
Imagine PhD (humanities and social sciences)