Session One: Publishing Your Research: Advice from IEEE Editors
IEEE Editors from IEEE Education Society, IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society, and IEEE Communications Society provide first-hand advice on how to navigate the technical publication process..
Session Two: Funding Opportunities of the National Science Foundation
This event provides advice from program directors at the U.S. National Science Foundation on funding opportunities with special consideration for international partnerships and impact. The speakers represent NSF’s Division of Undergraduate Education and Division of Electrical, Communication and Cyber Systems.
Session Three: Applying for a First-Year Tenure Track Position – Making your Case as a Candidate
Speakers from Milwaukee School of Engineering, the University of San Diego, and FAMU-FSU provide advice on how to navigate the tenure track process with an emphasis on candidate materials including the cover letter, vita, and statements on research, teaching, and diversity..
Session Four: Industry vs. Academia – Finding the Right Fit
This event provides advice on choosing between a career in industry or academia. Key differences between these career paths will be explored. The speakers are from IEEE Power and Energy Society, IEEE Signal Processing Society, and Erucase.
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