September STEM Alumni Chats – OrtleyBio

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Throughout September, Career Services is hosting a series of online chats with graduate alumni working in STEM fields.  On September 20th, we heard from a neuroscience PhD graduate who is working as a director of scientific services at medical communications …

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September STEM Alumni Chats – Merck

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Throughout September, Career Services is hosting a series of online chats with graduate alumni working in STEM fields.  On September 22nd, we heard from a chemical sciences master’s graduate who is working as a specialist in the Global Vaccine Technical …

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September STEM Alumni Chat – Incyte

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Throughout September, Career Services is hosting a series of online chats with graduate alumni working in STEM fields.  On September 16th, we heard from a cell & molecular biology PhD graduate who is working at Incyte as a research investigator.  …

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STEM Postdocs in Industry – Online Q&A

STEM Postdocs in Industry - Online Q&A

On June 25th, Career Services hosted an Ph.D. alum for an online Q&A on postdocs in industry.  She shared her experiences first as a postdoc, and now as a scientist, with Regeneron Pharmaceuticals.  Below is a snapshot of the advice …

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A Defining Year for NTD and WASH Collaboration

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This article is by Kelly Bridges (COL ’16) and originally appeared on the Water Center at Penn blog.

2020 has been dubbed by many in global health as the Year of Neglected Tropical Diseases, or NTDs. Ringing in this momentous …

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Adapting to the Hurt of Sea Level Rise

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This article is by John A. Miller, P.E., CFM, CSM (MES 2018), and originally appeared on the Water Center at Penn blog.

I had the distinct pleasure of moderating author Gilbert (Gil) Gaul at the Princeton Free Library on October …

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Innovation in the Water Industry

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This article is by Dr. Marianne Langridge (SEAS MS 1993, PhD 1994), and was originally published on the Water Center at Penn’s blog.

As a professional in the water and environment industry for the past 25 years, I have always …

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What to Do If Your Company Has Been Silent About George Floyd, Protests, and Racism in America

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As an adjunct professor, Ruchika Tulshyan felt compelled to reach out to her students after the murder of George Floyd. As she drafted an email to send to her students, she was also thinking about how she hadn’t yet heard …

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Adapting to Change and Challenges during COVID-19

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This guest blog is by Anna Dailey, COL ’19

During my tenure at Penn, I was taught the importance of problem-solving in the face of complex challenges. Shortly after graduating in 2019, I moved New York City to start my …

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STEM Industry Postdoc Online Q&A

STEM Industry Postdoc Online Q&A

On May 5th, Career Services hosted an online Q&A with a Penn alum and current Merck postdoc.  Below is a snapshot of the advice offered to students thinking about pursuing postdoctoral opportunities in industry. As always, students interested in postdocs …

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