Home
Videos uploaded by user “Surviving and Thriving in Higher Education”
How to Read a Paper Efficiently (By Prof. Pete Carr)
 
07:40
In this video, Prof. Pete Carr (faculty member at the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry) shares an algorithm to read a scientific paper more efficiently. One might start reading the paper in the order in which it is written, for example, title, abstract, introduction, etc., however, there is a more efficient method to extract the most information from the article, in the least amount of time.
How to Write a Paper in a Weekend (By Prof. Pete Carr)
 
11:39
In this video, Prof. Carr (faculty member at the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry) is explaining the Algorithm of writing a paper in a weekend.
Depression in Graduate Studies (by Prof. Christopher Cramer)
 
05:26
A large number of academics are being affected by mental health issues such as anxiety and depression, yet, the topic is rarely discussed in an open manner. We want to increase awareness on the topic of mental health in graduate studies. In this video, Prof. Christopher J. Cramer, Distinguished McKnight Professor at the University of Minnesota Department of Chemistry, will share the story of his struggles with depression during his graduate studies and explain how he recovered and got back on track with the rest of his path in science. Presentation by: Prof. Christopher J. Cramer Distinguished McKnight University Professor, University Teaching Professor, and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, College of Science and Engineering, University of Minnesota. Credits: This video is brought to you by the Community of Chemistry Graduate Students, CCGS, at the University of Minnesota and Maral Mousavi. Many thanks to Dr. Gary Christenson for the presentation. Thanks to Evan Anderson, Zahra Sohrabpour, and Maral Mousavi for organizing and preparing this video.
Depression in Graduate Studies, What are the Signs? (by Dr. Gary Christenson, MD)
 
07:04
A large number of academics are being affected by mental health issues such as anxiety and depression, yet, the topic is rarely discussed in an open manner. In this video, we want to increase awareness on the topic of mental health in graduate studies and discuss the signs of depression in graduate school. Presentation by: Dr. Gary Christenson, M.D. is Chief Medical Officer, Boynton Health and adjunct Associate Professor of Psychiatry on the University of Minnesota Twin Cities Campus. Dr. Christenson is a long-time advocate of college mental health. He has been an active member of the University's Provost's Committee on Student Mental Health since it's inception in 2005 and has been active with several creative approaches to student mental health on campus including stigma reduction campaigns. arts based programming, and the popular Pet Away Worry and Stress (PAWS) program. Dr. Christenson's work in student mental health has been recognized with several awards including Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association (2011), University of Minnesota President’s Award for Outstanding Service (2015), National Alliance on Mental Illness's (NAMI) Exemplary Psychiatrist Award (2016), and the Council of Graduate Student's Outstanding Service to Graduate Students Award, (2016). Credits: This video is brought to you by Maral Mousavi and the Community of Chemistry Graduate Students, CCGS, at the University of Minnesota. Many thanks to Dr. Gary Christenson for the presentation. Thanks to Evan Anderson, Zahra Sohrabpour, and Maral Mousavi for organizing and preparing this video.
How to Choose Your Thesis Adviser, Part 1 (by Prof. Pete Carr)
 
10:46
In this video, Prof. Pete Carr (senior faculty member at the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry) shares his tips for choosing your thesis adviser. Many thanks to Prof. Carr for the presentation. Thanks to Prof. Phil Buhlmann for providing feedback on the content of the presentation. Thanks to Evan Anderson (Chair of Community of Chemistry Graduate Students, CCGS, and Graduate Student at the University of Minnesota) and Maral Mousavi (Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard University) for organizing and preparing these video series on choosing thesis adviser. This video is brought to you by Surviving and Thriving in Higher Education YouTube Channel and the Community of Chemistry Graduate Students, CCGS, at the University of Minnesota.
Depression in Graduate Studies-How common is it?
 
09:10
A large number of academics are being affected by mental health issues such as anxiety and depression, yet, the topic is rarely discussed in an open manner. In this video, we want to increase awareness on the topic of mental health in graduate studies. Presentation by: Dr. Matt Hanson has been working in college student mental health at the University for nearly 18 years. He currently serves as the Assistant Director of the Mental Health Clinic at Boynton, and prior to that he was a senior psychologist at Student Counseling Services and Director for the Student Academic Success Services program. He co-chairs the Provost's Committee on Student Mental Health, is clinical supervisor for Boynton's de-stress peer helper program, and is affiliate faculty in the Department of Educational psychology at the U and in the Counseling and Psychological Services program at St. Mary's University. Dave Golden, who is Director of Public Health and Communications at Boynton Mental Health Clinic at the University of Minnesota. And Prof. Philippe Buhlmann, who is a 3M alumni professor of chemistry at the Department of Chemistry of the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. He runs an active research program in the development of chemical sensors, has published over 130 scientific articles, and has been collaborating with several companies to transfer the technology developed in his research group into the real world. In 2015, he was elected into the Academy of Distinguished Teachers. Since 2012, he has been serving as director of graduate studies for the chemistry program, which has over 240 graduate students, mostly on track to the PhD. One of Buhlmann's key goals as director of graduate studies is to appropriately and openly address stress and mental issues in graduate education. Credits: This video is brought to you by Surviving and Thriving in Higher Education YouTube Channel and the Community of Chemistry Graduate Students, CCGS, at the University of Minnesota. Many thanks to Dr. Hanson, Prof. Buhlmann and David Golden for the presentation. Thanks to Evan Anderson, Zahra Sohrabpour, and Maral Mousavi for organizing and preparing this video.
How to Write a Winning Resume in an Afternoon, Part 1: Resume Basics (By Prof. Carr)
 
08:58
In this video, Prof. Pete Carr (senior faculty member at the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry) shares his tips for preparing a winning resume and discusses the content that should be mentioned in a resume, basic resume structure, and common resume mistakes. This presentation is published in three parts, links to all the parts are in the description box. Many thanks to Prof. Carr for the presentation. Thanks to Dr. Marty Rigney of Ecolabs and Dr. Ravi Ranatunga of Proctor and Gamble for sharing their expertise on resume preparation. Thanks to Evan Anderson (Chair of Community of Chemistry Graduate Students, CCGS, and Graduate Student at the University of Minnesota) and Maral Mousavi (Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard University) for organizing and preparing these video series on resume writing. This video is brought to you by Community of Chemistry Graduate Students, CCGS, at the University of Minnesota, and Surviving and Thriving in Higher Education YouTube Channel. Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HPUN3oyvhY Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMTcrFlHPe8 Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q03bTKzjowc
How to Give a Talk Talk (by Prof. Christopher Cramer)-Part 1
 
12:24
Best practices for making a (Chemistry) presentation — one prof's opinions... Presentation by Prof. Christopher Cramer, Distinguished McKnight University Professor, University Teaching Professor, and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, College of Science and Engineering, University of Minnesota. This presentation is published in 3 parts. Links to Part 2 and 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FNpU7svgDsQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3uIx9l4Gf4
Tips for a Successful Online Job Interview (By Dr. Rigney, Research & Development VP at Ecolab Inc.)
 
11:00
This video discusses tips for a successful online interview. Presentation by (with years of experiences in this topic): Dr. Martin Rigney (Research & Development Vice President with Global Analytical & Microbiological Services at Ecolab Inc.) This content is brought to you with the help of Evan Anderson and Maral Mousavi. Thanks to Dr. Rigney for the presentation. Royalty-free music by: Artist: DreamWave, Title: come-with-me-free, http://www.hooksounds.com
Advice for Scientists on How to Give a Good Talk, Part 1 (by Prof. Tolman)
 
12:38
This video is part 1 of the presentation on "How to Give a Good Talk" by Prof. William B. Tolman, Distinguished McKnight University Professor and Chair of the Chemistry Department, University of Minnesota. Part 1: Building the story Part 2: Making the slides Part 3: Giving the talk Link to Part 2 and 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bq7-lFhwmPs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oe3vb6d0Rdg This episode was prepared with the help of Evan Anderson, Zahra Sohrabpour, and Maral Mousavi. List of Resources: 10 tips for academic talks: http://matt.might.net/articles/ academic-presentation-tips/ “Even a Geek Can Speak” by Joey Asher A Nontalk on Giving Talks: http://tangledfields.com/2014/06/10/ a-non-talk-on-giving-talks/ How Not to Give a Scientific Talk: http://www.casca.ca/ecass/ issues/2002-js/features/dirobertis/talk.html Seminar on Seminars: How to Give a Talk by Ken Suslick (UIUC): http://www.scs.illinois.edu/suslick/seminars.html Todd Reubold: “Fight-the-Powerpoint” (http://tinyurl.com/ lz8jydm) “Why Bad Presentations Happen to Good Causes” by Andy Goodman
My Story-Facing Conflict in Graduate Studies (by Prof. Cramer and Hillmyer)
 
09:03
In this video, two faculty members, Prof. Christopher J. Cramer and Prof. Marc A. Hillmyer, share a personal story of facing conflict in graduate studies, and explain how they resolved the conflict and what could have been done to avoid the issue in the first place. Presentation by: Prof. Christopher J. Cramer Distinguished McKnight University Professor, University Teaching Professor, and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, College of Science and Engineering, University of Minnesota. Prof. Marc A. Hillmyer McKnight Presidential Endowed Chair, Distinguished University Teaching Professor, Center for Sustainable Polymers Director, University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry. Credits: This video is brought to you by the Community of Chemistry Graduate Students, CCGS, at the University of Minnesota and Surviving and Thriving in Higher Education YouTube Channel. Many thanks to Prof. Cramer and Hillmyer for the presentation. Thanks to Evan Anderson, Fazel Zare Bidoky, Zahra Sohrabpour, and Maral Mousavi for organizing and preparing this video.
Managing Conflict in Graduate Studies (by Prof. Christopher Cramer and Prof. Marc Hillmyer)
 
16:35
In this video, two faculty members, Prof. Christopher J. Cramer and Prof. Marc A. Hillmyer, share their advice for managing conflicts in graduate school and explain how conflict can be resolved and what could be done to avoid it in the first place. Presentation by: Prof. Christopher J. Cramer Distinguished McKnight University Professor, University Teaching Professor, and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, College of Science and Engineering, University of Minnesota. Prof. Marc A. Hillmyer McKnight Presidential Endowed Chair, Distinguished University Teaching Professor, Center for Sustainable Polymers Director, University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry. Credits: This video is brought to you by the Community of Chemistry Graduate Students, CCGS, at the University of Minnesota and Surviving and Thriving in Higher Education YouTube Channel. Many thanks to Prof. Cramer and Hillmyer for the presentation. Thanks to Evan Anderson, Fazel Zare Bidoky, Zahra Sohrabpour, and Maral Mousavi for organizing and preparing this video.
Depression in Graduate Studies-Awareness, Prevention, and Early Intervention (by Dr. Matthew Hanson)
 
10:53
A large number of academics are being affected by mental health issues such as anxiety and depression, yet, the topic is rarely discussed in an open manner. In this video, we want to increase awareness on the topic of mental health in graduate studies and discuss the how we can prevent depression and what can be done if an individual is feeling depressed. The "Awareness, Prevention, and Early Intervention" framework was developed in collaboration with the U of MN Student Conflict Resolution Center and was used with permission for this video. Presentation by: Dr. Matthew Hanson. Dr. Matt Hanson has been working in college student mental health at the University for nearly 18 years. He currently serves as the Assistant Director of the Mental Health Clinic at Boynton, and prior to that he was a senior psychologist at Student Counseling Services and Director for the Student Academic Success Services program. He co-chairs the Provost's Committee on Student Mental Health, is clinical supervisor for Boynton's de-stress peer helper program, and is affiliate faculty in the Department of Educational psychology at the U and in the Counseling and Psychological Services program at St. Mary's University. Credits: This video is brought to you by Maral Mousavi and the Community of Chemistry Graduate Students, CCGS, at the University of Minnesota. Many thanks to Dr. Hanson for the presentation. Thanks to Evan Anderson, Zahra Sohrabpour, and Maral Mousavi for organizing and preparing this video.
Managing Stress in Graduate School, Part 1: Coping With Stress (By Prof. Massari, Lu, and Douglas)
 
12:45
These videos are recordings of the panel discussion session “Managing Stress in Graduate School” held at the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry. Presenters: Prof. Connie C. Lu, Associate Professor at the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry. Prof. Aaron M. Massari, Associate Professor, Director of Graduate Studies for Chemical Physics, University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry. Prof. Christopher J. Douglas, Associate Professor, University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry. This content is brought to you with the help of Even Anderson, Zahra Sohrabpour, and Maral Mousavi. Thanks to Prof. Massari, Lu, and Douglas for the presentation.
How to Choose Your Thesis Adviser (Part 2), Junior vs. Senior Faculty (by Prof. Pete Carr)
 
09:35
In this video, Prof. Pete Carr (senior faculty member at the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry) shares his tips for choosing your thesis adviser, specifically the differences of working with a younger faculty member vs. a more established senior faculty. Many thanks to Prof. Carr for the presentation. Thanks to Prof. Phil Buhlmann for providing feedback on the content of the presentation. Thanks to Evan Anderson (Chair of Community of Chemistry Graduate Students, CCGS, and Graduate Student at the University of Minnesota) and Maral Mousavi (Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard University) for organizing and preparing these video series on choosing thesis adviser. This video is brought to you by Surviving and Thriving in Higher Education YouTube Channel and the Community of Chemistry Graduate Students, CCGS, at the University of Minnesota.
Managing Stress in Graduate School, Part 3: Discussing Stress with Adviser
 
07:33
These videos are recordings of the panel discussion session “Managing Stress in Graduate School” held at the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry. Presenters: Prof. Connie C. Lu, Associate Professor at the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry. Prof. Aaron M. Massari, Associate Professor, Director of Graduate Studies for Chemical Physics, University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry. Prof. Christopher J. Douglas, Associate Professor, University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry. This content is brought to you with the help of Even Anderson, Zahra Sohrabpour, and Maral Mousavi. Thanks to Prof. Massari, Lu, and Douglas for the presentation.
Bridging the Gap between Graduate School and a Job (by Prof. Carr and Dr. Rigney)-Part 1
 
14:53
In these video series, based on a survey from recent graduates and hires, the qualities that are important for landing a job, and tips for career development are discussed. Presenters (with years of experiences in this topic): Prof. Pete Carr (Professor at the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry) Dr. Martin Rigney (Research & Development Vice President with Global Analytical & Microbiological Services at Ecolab Inc.) The following points are discussed: Finding a Job: What qualities are headhunters looking for when hiring? Preparing for the transition: What are the surprises when you start your career in the chemical industry? How do you prepare for it during your graduate studies? Career Planning: When to start planning your career? How do you plan your career? These videos are recordings of the panel discussion session “Bridging the Gap between Graduate School and a Job” held at spring 2016 in the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry. This content is brought to you with the help of Even Anderson, Zahra Sohrabpour, and Maral Mousavi. Thanks to Prof. Carr and Dr. Rigney for the presentation.
Advice for Scientists on How to Give a Good Talk, Part 3 (by Prof. Tolman)
 
10:07
This video is part 3 of the presentation on "How to Give a Good Talk" by Prof. William B. Tolman, Distinguished McKnight University Professor and Chair of the Chemistry Department, University of Minnesota. Part 1: Building the story Part 2: Making the slides Part 3: Giving the talk Link to Part 1 and 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4w_qK-3gx7U https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bq7-lFhwmPs This episode was prepared with the help of Evan Anderson, Zahra Sohrabpour, and Maral Mousavi. List of Resources: 10 tips for academic talks: http://matt.might.net/articles/ academic-presentation-tips/ “Even a Geek Can Speak” by Joey Asher A Nontalk on Giving Talks: http://tangledfields.com/2014/06/10/ a-non-talk-on-giving-talks/ How Not to Give a Scientific Talk: http://www.casca.ca/ecass/ issues/2002-js/features/dirobertis/talk.html Seminar on Seminars: How to Give a Talk by Ken Suslick (UIUC): http://www.scs.illinois.edu/suslick/seminars.html Todd Reubold: “Fight-the-Powerpoint” (http://tinyurl.com/ lz8jydm) “Why Bad Presentations Happen to Good Causes” by Andy Goodman
How to Write a Winning Resume in an Afternoon, Part 2: Resume Content (By Prof. Carr)
 
12:17
In this video, Prof. Pete Carr (senior faculty member at the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry) shares his tips for preparing a winning resume and discusses the content that should be mentioned in a resume, basic resume structure, and common resume mistakes. This presentation is published in three parts, links to all the parts are in the description box. Many thanks to Prof. Carr for the presentation. Thanks to Dr. Marty Rigney of Ecolabs and Dr. Ravi Ranatunga of Proctor and Gamble for sharing their expertise on resume preparation. Thanks to Evan Anderson (Chair of Community of Chemistry Graduate Students, CCGS, and Graduate Student at the University of Minnesota) and Maral Mousavi (Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard University) for organizing and preparing these video series on resume writing. This video is brought to you by Community of Chemistry Graduate Students, CCGS, at the University of Minnesota, and Surviving and Thriving in Higher Education YouTube Channel. Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HPUN3oyvhY Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMTcrFlHPe8 Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q03bTKzjowc
Managing Stress in Graduate School, Part 4: Managing Expectations
 
08:25
These videos are recordings of the panel discussion session “Managing Stress in Graduate School” held at the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry. Presenters: Prof. Connie C. Lu, Associate Professor at the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry. Prof. Aaron M. Massari, Associate Professor, Director of Graduate Studies for Chemical Physics, University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry. Prof. Christopher J. Douglas, Associate Professor, University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry. This content is brought to you with the help of Even Anderson, Zahra Sohrabpour, and Maral Mousavi. Thanks to Prof. Massari, Lu, and Douglas for the presentation.
How to Write a Winning Resume in an Afternoon, Part 3: Common Resume Mistakes (By Prof. Carr)
 
14:53
In this video, Prof. Pete Carr (senior faculty member at the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry) shares his tips for preparing a winning resume and discusses the content that should be mentioned in a resume, basic resume structure, and common resume mistakes. This presentation is published in three parts, links to all the parts are in the description box. Many thanks to Prof. Carr for the presentation. Thanks to Dr. Marty Rigney of Ecolabs and Dr. Ravi Ranatunga of Proctor and Gamble for sharing their expertise on resume preparation. Thanks to Evan Anderson (Chair of Community of Chemistry Graduate Students, CCGS, and Graduate Student at the University of Minnesota) and Maral Mousavi (Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard University) for organizing and preparing these video series on resume writing. This video is brought to you by Community of Chemistry Graduate Students, CCGS, at the University of Minnesota, and Surviving and Thriving in Higher Education YouTube Channel. Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HPUN3oyvhY Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMTcrFlHPe8 Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q03bTKzjowc
Advice for Scientists on How to Give a Good Talk , Part 2 (by Prof. Tolman)
 
09:21
This video is part 2 of the presentation on "How to Give a Good Talk" by Prof. William B. Tolman, Distinguished McKnight University Professor and Chair of the Chemistry Department, University of Minnesota. Part 1: Building the story Part 2: Making the slides Part 3: Giving the talk Link to Part 1 and 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4w_qK-3gx7U https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oe3vb6d0Rdg This episode was prepared with the help of Evan Anderson, Zahra Sohrabpour, and Maral Mousavi. List of Resources: 10 tips for academic talks: http://matt.might.net/articles/ academic-presentation-tips/ “Even a Geek Can Speak” by Joey Asher A Nontalk on Giving Talks: http://tangledfields.com/2014/06/10/ a-non-talk-on-giving-talks/ How Not to Give a Scientific Talk: http://www.casca.ca/ecass/ issues/2002-js/features/dirobertis/talk.html Seminar on Seminars: How to Give a Talk by Ken Suslick (UIUC): http://www.scs.illinois.edu/suslick/seminars.html Todd Reubold: “Fight-the-Powerpoint” (http://tinyurl.com/ lz8jydm) “Why Bad Presentations Happen to Good Causes” by Andy Goodman
How to Give a Talk Talk (by Prof. Christopher Cramer)-Part 2
 
17:18
Best practices for making a (Chemistry) presentation — one prof's opinions... Presentation by Prof. Christopher Cramer, Distinguished McKnight University Professor, University Teaching Professor, and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, College of Science and Engineering, University of Minnesota. This presentation is published in 3 parts. Links to Parts 1 and 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t1dLHmWl7Sk&t=405s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3uIx9l4Gf4
Managing Stress in Graduate School, Part 2: Discussing Stress with Adviser
 
14:37
These videos are recordings of the panel discussion session “Managing Stress in Graduate School” held at the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry. Presenters: Prof. Connie C. Lu, Associate Professor at the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry. Prof. Aaron M. Massari, Associate Professor, Director of Graduate Studies for Chemical Physics, University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry. Prof. Christopher J. Douglas, Associate Professor, University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry. This content is brought to you with the help of Even Anderson, Zahra Sohrabpour, and Maral Mousavi. Thanks to Prof. Massari, Lu, and Douglas for the presentation.
Bridging the Gap between Graduate School and a Job (by Prof. Carr and Dr. Rigney)-Part 5
 
18:29
In these video series, based on a survey from recent graduates and hires, the qualities that are important for landing a job, and tips for career development are discussed. Presenters (with years of experiences in this topic): Prof. Pete Carr (Professor at the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry) Dr. Martin Rigney (Research & Development Vice President with Global Analytical & Microbiological Services at Ecolab Inc.) The following points are discussed: Finding a Job: What qualities are headhunters looking for when hiring? Preparing for the transition: What are the surprises when you start your career in the chemical industry? How do you prepare for it during your graduate studies? Career Planning: When to start planning your career? How do you plan your career? These videos are recordings of the panel discussion session “Bridging the Gap between Graduate School and a Job” held at spring 2016 in the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry. This content is brought to you with the help of Even Anderson, Zahra Sohrabpour, and Maral Mousavi. Thanks to Prof. Carr and Dr. Rigney for the presentation.
Bridging the Gap between Graduate School and a Job (by Prof Carr and Dr Rigney)- Part 4
 
19:05
In these video series, based on a survey from recent graduates and hires, the qualities that are important for landing a job, and tips for career development are discussed. Presenters (with years of experiences in this topic): Prof. Pete Carr (Professor at the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry) Dr. Martin Rigney (Research & Development Vice President with Global Analytical & Microbiological Services at Ecolab Inc.) The following points are discussed: Finding a Job: What qualities are headhunters looking for when hiring? Preparing for the transition: What are the surprises when you start your career in the chemical industry? How do you prepare for it during your graduate studies? Career Planning: When to start planning your career? How do you plan your career? These videos are recordings of the panel discussion session “Bridging the Gap between Graduate School and a Job” held at spring 2016 in the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry. This content is brought to you with the help of Even Anderson, Zahra Sohrabpour, and Maral Mousavi. Thanks to Prof. Carr and Dr. Rigney for the presentation.
How to Give a Talk Talk (by Prof. Christopher Cramer)-Part 3
 
10:07
Best practices for making a (Chemistry) presentation — one prof's opinions... Presentation by Prof. Christopher Cramer, Distinguished McKnight University Professor, University Teaching Professor, and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, College of Science and Engineering, University of Minnesota. This presentation is published in 3 parts. Links to Parts 1 and 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t1dLHmWl7Sk&t=405s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FNpU7svgDsQ
Bridging the Gap between Graduate School and a Job (by Prof. Carr and Dr. Rigney)-Part 2
 
11:16
In these video series, based on a survey from recent graduates and hires, the qualities that are important for landing a job, and tips for career development are discussed. Presenters (with years of experiences in this topic): Prof. Pete Carr (Professor at the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry) Dr. Martin Rigney (Research & Development Vice President with Global Analytical & Microbiological Services at Ecolab Inc.) The following points are discussed: Finding a Job: What qualities are headhunters looking for when hiring? Preparing for the transition: What are the surprises when you start your career in the chemical industry? How do you prepare for it during your graduate studies? Career Planning: When to start planning your career? How do you plan your career? These videos are recordings of the panel discussion session “Bridging the Gap between Graduate School and a Job” held at spring 2016 in the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry. This content is brought to you with the help of Even Anderson, Zahra Sohrabpour, and Maral Mousavi. Thanks to Prof. Carr and Dr. Rigney for the presentation.
Bridging the Gap between Graduate School and a Job (by Prof. Carr and Dr. Rigney)-Part 3
 
05:58
In these video series, based on a survey from recent graduates and hires, the qualities that are important for landing a job, and tips for career development are discussed. Presenters (with years of experiences in this topic): Prof. Pete Carr (Professor at the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry) Dr. Martin Rigney (Research & Development Vice President with Global Analytical & Microbiological Services at Ecolab Inc.) The following points are discussed: Finding a Job: What qualities are headhunters looking for when hiring? Preparing for the transition: What are the surprises when you start your career in the chemical industry? How do you prepare for it during your graduate studies? Career Planning: When to start planning your career? How do you plan your career? These videos are recordings of the panel discussion session “Bridging the Gap between Graduate School and a Job” held at spring 2016 in the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry. This content is brought to you with the help of Even Anderson, Zahra Sohrabpour, and Maral Mousavi. Thanks to Prof. Carr and Dr. Rigney for the presentation.

30 mg lexapro dosing instructions
Ventolin 2mg 5ml dosage of aspirin
Quinate 300mg wellbutrin
Dvdfab no sound generic
Acteurs americains celebrex generic release