Academic Career Success

AN ONLINE CONFERENCE BY BEYOND THE PROFESSORIATE

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September 19th & 26th

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About The Conference

We've partnered with PhD experts who work at elite research institutions and academic publishers to help you learn proven strategies for writing and publishingbuilding your career during Covid-19, and applying for grants and postdocs. 

Hosted online, each Saturday is a mini-conference designed to advance your academic career and help you succeed in graduate school and beyond! Sept 19th is designed for STEM trainees, while humanities and social science graduate students and early career scholars should plan to attend on Sept 26th. But if you can't decide, purchase a premium pass and attend both days!

Purchasing tickets for your department or university? Receive 20% when you buy 10 or more All Access or Premium Pass tickets. Email institutions@beyondprof.com

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Academic Career Success
For STEM Graduate Students, Postdocs, & PhDs

Sept 19th | 11 a.m. ET - 4 p.m. ET


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our webinars designed to advance the academic careers of graduate students and postdocs in biological and health sciences, and STEM disciplines. At the end of this mini-conference, you will be able to:

  • Advance your STEM research, despite Covid-19 restrictions.
  • Successfully navigate the academic scientific publishing process.
  • Manage your work, life, and career with proven time management strategies.
  • Confidently apply for postdocs at elite research universities and institutes. 

Academic Career Success
For Humanities & Social Science Graduate Students & PhDs

Sept 26th | 11 a.m. ET - 4 p.m. ET

Four webinars designed to advance the academic careers of graduate students and PhDs in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and education. At the end of this mini-conference, you will be able to:

  • Apply writing strategies for completing your dissertation, book or article manuscript.
  • Identify how academic editors evaluate dissertations to be published as monographs.
  • Manage your work, life, and career with proven time management strategies.
  • Design compelling grant and fellowship applications. 
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The Program-At-A-Glance

You Have Questions. Our Experts Have Answers.

Academic Career Success For STEM PhDs

Joseph Lutz headshot

Joseph Lutz, PhD

Director of Postdoctoral Affairs, University of Kentucky

Adeline Boettcher headshot

Adeline Boettcher, PhD

Scientific Editor and Writer

Stacey Satchell headshot

Stacey Satchell, MA, MSEd

Graduate Life Coach, Vanderbilt University

Caleb McKinney headshot

Caleb McKinney, PhD

Assistant Dean, Graduate and Postdoctoral Training and Development, Georgetown University

Academic Career Success for Humanities & Social Science PhDs

Sarah Glosson headshot

Sarah Glosson, PhD

Director, Arts and Sciences Graduate Center, The College of William & Mary

David Congdon headshot

David Congdon, PhD

Acquisitions Editor, University Press of Kansas

Ben Arenger headshot

Ben Arenger, PhD

Project Manager, the Graduate School, Rutgers University

Jennifer Askey headshot

Jennifer Askey, PhD

Leadership Advisor, University of Alberta & Coach, Energized Academics

Agenda

Saturday, Sept 19th:

11:00 a.m. ET - 12:00 p.m. ET
Joseph Lutz, PhD – How to continue your STEM research and training during Covid-19 

12:15 p.m. ET - 1:15 p.m. ET
Adeline Boettcher, PhD – Demystifying the scientific publishing process: How your manuscript becomes a publication

1:30 p.m. ET - 2:30 p.m. ET
Stacey Satchell, MA, MSEd – How to balance your work, life, and career: productivity and time management for STEM trainees

2:45 p.m. ET - 3:45 p.m. ET
Caleb McKinney, PhD – What every STEM trainee needs to know about applying for postdocs 

Saturday, Sept 26th

11:00 a.m. ET - 12:00 p.m. ET
Sarah Glosson, PhD – Writing strategies for Humanities and Social Science Graduate Students and PhDs 

12:15 p.m. ET - 1:15 p.m. ET
David Congdon, PhD – From Dissertation to Published Book: A guide for first-time authors

1:30 p.m. ET - 2:30 p.m. ET
Ben Arenger, PhD – 3 Tips for Successful Grant and Fellowship Applications 

2:45 p.m. ET - 3:45 p.m. ET
Jennifer Askey, PhD – Productivity and Time Management for Humanities and Social Science Grad Students and PhDs

Choose Your Ticket

Live Only $19 US: Purchase a ticket to attend Sept 19th or Sept 26th.

All Access $35 US: Attend Sept 19th or Sept 26th and receive 30 day access to the replays.*

Premium Pass $49: Attend live both days and receive 30 day access to the replays to all 8 presentations.*

Purchasing tickets for students or postdocs in your department or institution? Receive 20% off the All Access or Premium Pass when you buy 10 or more. Email institutions@beyondprof.com for information. 

If you are purchasing a ticket for someone other than yourself, please use the attendee's email address at checkout. They will receive the receipt and be added to our registration system. If you need a separate receipt, email events@beyondprof.com

*Replays available starting Oct 1st. You must access replays by Oct 15th. You'll have 30 days to watch replays from the time you access the recordings.

Live Only | Humanities & Social Sciences

Sept 26th

  • Attend Sept 26th Live
  • Does not include replay

$19 US

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Live Only | Humanities & Social Sciences | Sept 26th

All Access | Humanities & Social Sciences

Sept 26th

  • Attend Sept 26th Live
  • 30 Day Replay, Starting Oct 1st

$35 US

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Premium Pass

  • Attend live webinars Sept 19th
  • Attend live webinars Sept 26th
  • 30 day replay

$49 US

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