The third annual Equity in the Job Search Symposium will take place on February 15, 2019.
Members of the Yale community will gather to learn strategies for success during all stages of the job search process, learn about implicit gender bias, discuss Yale's ongoing diversity initiatives, and brainstorm strategies for working toward a more diverse and inclusive campus.
Keynote Speaker 2019
Moderated Panel- Promoting Equity from the Inside
The panelists will discuss how they continue to improve diversity at different levels through their roles, and how attendees can impact their future work spaces and effectively increase inclusivity and diversity
Moderated Panel- Building Mentoring Relationships for the Job Search
The panelists will discuss techniques to develop supportive and equitable mentoring relationships, particularly focusing on strategies for identifying and cultivating a mentorship team for support throughout the academic or non-academic job search.
Moderated Panel- Being International: Locating Borders within Academia
The panelists will discuss how to transition between academic and, to a lesser degree, industry jobs in different countries; how this affects the geography of future prospects; and other unique issues faced by non-US residents and undocumented individuals.
Gender Bias in Written Communications
Navigating the Academic Job Search
Navigating the Non-Academic Job Search
This event is being co-sponsored by the: Yale Alumni Association • Advanced Graduate Leadership Program, School of Engineering & Applied Science • Yale Department of Astronomy • Yale Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology • Yale Department of Physics • Yale Integrated Graduate Program in Physical and Engineering Biology • Office of Career Strategy • Office of Graduate Student Development and Diversity