Development of skills necessary to obtain and succeed in academic and non-academic positions in family science and public health. Topics include: career mapping, networking, teaching/teaching portfolios, independent research, publishing, grant writing, program and policy evaluation, consulting, job search, interviewing and negotiation, mentoring, diversity, work-family balance, and ethical issues in the workplace. Periodic visits to universities and government/nonprofit employers.

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Spring 2017
Restriction: Must be in one of the following programs (Family Science (Doctoral); Maternal and Child Health (Doctoral)). Repeatable to 4 credits.