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Cover letters and teaching statements for US faculty jobs: workshop with Karen Kelsky

When May 09, 2016
from 03:00 PM to 05:00 PM
Where TBC
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This session will look at how to structure your cover letter and teaching statement when applying for a US faculty job.

The workshop will be run by Karen Kelsky, author of the well-known careers advice blog The Professor Is In and a former tenured professor in the US.

The workshop will begin with a talk by Karen. After this, participants will work through some sample application documents to put into practice the principles described in the talk.
 
This workshop is for postdocs in any discipline who are currently applying, or very soon to apply, for an academic job in the US. Places at the workshop are limited.

To register interest, please email , letting us know what job(s) you are planning to apply for, where, and where you are currently at in the application process. We will get back to you as soon as possible. Venue information will be provided when your place is confirmed.

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