Work Your Career: Get What You Want from Your Social Sciences or Humanities PhD

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University of Toronto Press, May 22, 2018 - Education - 240 pages

Work Your Career shows PhD students how to use the unique opportunities of doctoral programs to build successful career outcomes. The authors encourage students to consider both academic and non-academic career options from the outset, and to prepare for both concurrently. The book presents a systematic mentoring program full of practical advice for social sciences and humanities PhD students in Canada.

 

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Contents

Get What You Want from Your PhD
1
Select Your Program Carefully
19
Work Your Program
41
Go Beyond Your Program
75
Establish Your Funding Track Record
97
Build a Strategic Publishing Portfolio
115
Cultivate a Professional Reputation
137
Launch Your Career
157
Approach Academic Jobs Strategically
187
Work Your Career
211
Appendix
215
Index
219
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Loleen Berdahl is Professor at the University of Saskatchewan.

Jonathan Malloy is Professor at Carleton University.

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