Diverse Careers in Academia: A conversation with Andrea Morris, *99, MOL

Date
Aug 8, 2022, 10:30 am11:30 am
Location
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Event Description
Engineering Library, Fine Collaboration Hub, 10:30am - 11:30am.
Moderated by Bianca Dyer, PhD student in Chemical and Biological Engineering

Do you enjoy the global campus community, intellectual fulfillment, and impactful work of higher education? Are you looking for dynamic academic professions? There are diverse careers in academia for PhDs, such as faculty, higher ed administration, learning & development, research administration, that may be a perfect fit for you.

Please join us for coffee and conversation with GradFUTURES Alumni-in-Residence Andrea Morris, *99, MOL.

Andrea Morris, Ph.D. (*99, Molecular Biology, Princeton University) is an expert in unique career opportunities in academia. Come learn about her journey through higher education, as a student, postdoctoral researcher, tenured faculty member, and to her current role as Assistant Dean and founding Director for Career and Professional Development at The Rockefeller University.



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