Presented in collaboration with the UCLA Career Center, Humanities Division, The Herb Alpert School of Music, and Department of History.
Interviews — Thursday, October 6, 4–6pm (193 Humanities)
This presentation and workshop addresses how to prepare for the series of interviews, from conference interviews to Skype.
Campus Visits — Thursday, November 10, 4-6pm (193 Humanities)
Find out what to expect and how to prepare for the campus interview.
Negotiating a Job Offer with Dean David Schaberg and Interim Dean Judi Smith — Thursday, January 19, 4-6pm (193 Humanities)
These presentations and Q/A session address questions including: What terms can a junior academic expect? What terms are negotiable, and what terms are not negotiable? What is the right tone and pace of communication, and what is typically the timeframe for negotiation?
From Dissertation to Book, a presentation by Professor Gordon Hunter of the University of Illinois -- Tuesday, October 18, 4-6pm
(193 Humanities) This presentation addresses strategies for reframing and revising a dissertation into a book manuscript.
Beyond the Monograph, a presentation by Professor Gordon Hunter of the University of Illinois -- Wednesday, October 19, 4-6pm
(193 Humanities) Mostly intended for those who have already published a manuscript, this presentation will focus on publishing options beyond the monograph, including edited volumes, editions, etc.
The Ins and Outs of Getting Published. This public talk is part of the UCLA Humanities Editor-in-Residence Series, by Emily-Jane Cohen, Executive Editor, Stanford University Press -- Thursday, October 20, 9:30am breakfast; 10-11am talk (Charles E. Young Library, Room 11360)
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Nina Sun Eidsheim
Professor of Musicology
Associate Dean for Career Mentoring and Opportunities
The UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music