PhD (in Progress) Podcast | Education, Career, Life
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PhD (in Progress) Podcast | Education, Career, Life

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episode PhD 022: PhDs No Longer In Progress! – The Dr. Nikhil and Dr. Kelly Show artwork
PhD 022: PhDs No Longer In Progress! – The Dr. Nikhil and Dr. Kelly Show
Click here to subscribe and rate us in iTunes [https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/phd-in-progress-podcast/id858594298]|Or Subscribe on Stitcher [http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=47518&refid=stpr] EP022_card [http://phdinprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/EP022_card-1024x512.png] [http://phdinprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/EP022_card.png] This week, the hosts recount their final days as graduate students and their first days as doctors. * How are the last steps of the PhD process? * Finalizing thesis, defense talk, and job search simultaneously * Stressful days leading up to the defense * “No one cares about your thesis!”* – A PhD advisor * Hosting family and friends for your defense * Beware: You MAY get emotional during the final moments of your talk * Kelly doesn’t let professionalism get in the way of her sailor’s mouth * Reviewing the job searches for Kelly and Nikhil * Hear about Kelly’s “Lifelong Dream” in Episode 6 * Get the background on the Co-Founder of Nikhil’s Zipline company, Doug, in Episode 8 * Don’t be afraid to use your network! It’s tough out there. * For interviews: Practice, Practice, Practice! * Prepare for your negotiations * Why can’t Jason hit Natalie Imbruglia’s notes anymore? [Image card created using Flickr user jayneandd [https://www.flickr.com/photos/jayneandd/4450623309/in/photolist-7MhBfD-55z2tc-PiKfJ-kiCNzH-4LXLZ2-9ECSoC-ccX1RW-ccX241-afrHDV-6C9dCf-qLXwvE-9EzYhk-9cGbd5-dyHTk-Kojtc-Kpnsg-9EzXNc-Kofju-rMqDwM-4riVkN-6RrWYr-5qg9oy-dyHvV-dyHE1-dyHsZ-cLth7G-a8Ek7j-KojaV-3Jza9Q-dyHKt-9EzWRM-Kohmw-Kon8K-yXBkxW-dyHVw-FZKHe-dyHQs-Kog3m-KoftS-KodTw-KogQb-dyHNe-Kom8p-KohYF-afKfVd-afKgVE-afKgpA-afGuJK-afKeHQ-bVzLrH]’s image under Creative Commons licensing] A very special thanks to you, the listener. We had so much fun recording episodes and even more fun seeing the reaction to our show. You gave us an outlet for this energy and you spread the word. This is the end of “Season 1”. Thanks for bearing through the learning curve of podcasting and always giving us great feedback… We’ll be back very soon with familiar AND new voices.  Follow us on Twitter @PhDPodcast to keep in touch. As always, you can find more information at phdinprogress.com
29. okt. 2015 - 1 h 13 min
episode PhD 021: Post-doctoral Life and the European Experience with Aleksandra Badura artwork
PhD 021: Post-doctoral Life and the European Experience with Aleksandra Badura
http://traffic.libsyn.com/phdinprogress/PhD_021.mp3 [http://traffic.libsyn.com/phdinprogress/PhD_021.mp3]Click here to subscribe and rate us in iTunes [https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/phd-in-progress-podcast/id858594298]|Or Subscribe on Stitcher [http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=47518&refid=stpr] EP021_card [http://phdinprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/EP021_card-1024x512.png] [http://phdinprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/EP021_card.png] This week we talk to Aleksandra Badura, a neuroscience post-doctoral researcher at Princeton University about the post-doc life and differences between the US and European PhD programs. (This episode was recorded a LONG time ago. We have all since defended and will catch up on the * Coming to the US from Europe to be a post-doctoral researcher * The “importance” of brand when accepting positions * Choosing a post-doc laboratory * Parallels between business world and academia * Job security * Applying for fellowships is vital for success in research fields * Differences between European counties and US in PhD training * Fewer courses in PhD program in Europe * Masters degree (~2 years) is mandatory before pursuing a PhD * Fewer European programs have a rotation system * Work/life balance * Considering starting a family * There is no magic end point to your career Do you have more questions about being a post-doc? Get in touch with us by emailing feedback@phdinprogress.com [feedback@phdinprogress.com] or leaving a comment on phdinprogress.com/21 If you’d like to help out the show, the best way to do so is to leave an honest rating and review in the iTunes store. You can find the link in the show notes or just tap our logo to find the link. Each rating and review helps boost our visibility, so thank you! You can also help contribute to the costs of producing and distributing the show by backing us at Patreon.com/phdpodcast [http://patreon.com/phdpodcast] , where even 1 dollar a month supports the show. Also, let us know you’re listening! Say hi on Twitter. We’re @PhDPodcast. Finally, all this information and more can be found at PhD in Progress.com [Episode Card Image adapted from Flickr UserMoyan Brenn [http://Moyan Brenn]‘s Image]
19. aug. 2015 - 46 min
episode PhD 020: Dr. Ben McNeil on the Creativity Deficit in Science and Thinkable.org artwork
PhD 020: Dr. Ben McNeil on the Creativity Deficit in Science and Thinkable.org
PhD_020.mp3 [http://traffic.libsyn.com/phdinprogress/PhD_020.mp3%2027526364] Click here to subscribe and rate us in iTunes | Or Subscribe on Stitcher [http://traffic.libsyn.com/phdinprogress/PhD_020.mp3%2027526364] ep020_card [http://phdinprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/ep020_card-1024x512.png] [http://traffic.libsyn.com/phdinprogress/PhD_020.mp3 27526364] Dr. Benjamin McNeil [http://unsw.academia.edu/BenMcNeil] is a Senior Lecturer at University of New South Wales and creator of Thinkable.org. He wrote this piece for Ars Technica titled“Is there a creativity deficit in science?” [http://arstechnica.com/science/2014/09/is-there-a-creativity-deficit-in-science/] * What are the hurdles to professors getting funding? * How can we pursue projects that might not have an immediately apparent payoff? * How did the coupling of scientific “failure” and personal “failure” develop? * To what extent do corporations have a role in scientific research and endeavors? * How science can connect with society? * Organizations as platforms to raise money for your research * We revisit “secret learning” and “new knowledge” (i.e. negative results and/or failures) Thanks to Ben McNeil again for a great show and interview. You can reach him at ben@thinkable.org [ben@thinkable.org]. Definitely check out Thinkable.org [http://thinkable.org] to see some current projects and give your own projects a shot. If you have any comments or questions, stop by phdinprogress.com/20 and leave a comment. You can also email us at feedback@phdinprogress.com [feedback@phdinprogress.com] or on Twitter @PhDPodcast. You can also help support the show in a few different ways. Follow the link in the show notes to leave an honest rating and review in the iTunes store. This goes a long way to spread the word of our show to people who haven’t heard it yet. And if you are interested in helping with the financial aspects of producing and hosting this show, you can become a Patron at Patreon.com/phdpodcast [http://patreon.com/phdpodcast], where even a dollar a month helps pay for making each episode. Thanks to Masha E. for becoming the latest patron! As always, you can find all this information and everything we discussed today at phdinprogress.com [Episode card adapted from an image by Flickr user Bruce Tuten [https://www.flickr.com/photos/savannahgrandfather/]and used under the Creative Commons license]
15. maj 2015 - 56 min
episode PhD 019: Starting an “Alternative” Career Symposium at Your Institution with Mark Esposito artwork
PhD 019: Starting an “Alternative” Career Symposium at Your Institution with Mark Esposito
Click here to subscribe and rate us in iTunes [https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/phd-in-progress-podcast/id858594298]|Or Subscribe on Stitcher [http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=47518&refid=stpr] A very special thank you to Mark Esposito who also runs the Breaking Bio blog found at breakingbio.org [http://breakingbio.org]. Ep019 [http://phdinprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Ep019-1024x513.png] [http://phdinprogress.com/19] Mark wrote a guide about creating the career symposium you heard in this show athttp://www.breakingbio.org/resources/ [http://www.breakingbio.org/resources/] Discussion points: * Understanding your career path and constantly questioning your goals * Problems with tenure track positions as the default * How do we approach learning about “alternative careers” * Steps in initiating a career symposium: * 1) Raise money via internal and external grants or donations * 2) Connect with potential speakers/guests * Ask faculty * Use LinkedIn or call companies * Ask departmental office * Location can be important * 3) Logistics for travel arrangement, room availability * Career areas addressed at the symposium held at Princeton’s Department of Molecular Biology: * Policy * Education * Industry R&D * Law * Science Communication * Related Episodes: * Using your career services office [http://phdinprogress.com/phd-009-career-services-networking-and-informational-interviews-with-amy-pszczolkowski/] * Beyond the Tenure Track with Fatimah PhD [http://phdinprogress.com/phd-002-beyond-the-tenure-track-with-fatimah-williams-castro-ph-d/] * Kelly’s career search [http://phdinprogress.com/phd-006-volunteer-work-public-outreach-and-a-targeted-career-search-with-kelly-larue/] A very special thanks to Mark Esposito. You can find some great, accessible science posts by Mark at BreakingBio.org. We hope you can take some of his advice and start discussions of alternative careers at your school. He was nice enough to write up a summary and supporting materials that you can find at phdinprogress.com/19 [http://phdinprogress.com/19]. If you enjoy the show, please help support us. The best way to do this is to leave an honest review and rating in the iTunes store. Any comments you have will go a long way to spread the popularity of the show. Also get in touch with us on Twitter @PhDPodcast [http://twitter.com/phdpodcast] If you’re a big fan and want to help increase the quality of recording and distribution, definitely consider becoming a patron by supporting us at Patreon.com/phdpodcast [http://patreon.com/phdpodcast] . Even $2 gets us closer to adequate hosting space and equipment. Thanks to Ben McNeil and Sally Ponchak who are currently supporting us. [Image used under Creative Commons licensing and adapted from original by US Dept. of Education [https://www.flickr.com/photos/departmentofed/]]
30. apr. 2015 - 39 min
episode PhD 017: “We’re NOT Morons!” – Facing Impostor Syndrome artwork
PhD 017: “We’re NOT Morons!” – Facing Impostor Syndrome
Click here to subscribe and rate us in iTunes [https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/phd-in-progress-podcast/id858594298]|Or Subscribe on Stitcher [http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=47518&refid=stpr] Ep017_card [http://phdinprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Ep017_card-300x150.png] [http://phdinprogress.com/17] [Episode card image adapted from a Flickr photo by Derek Mindler [https://www.flickr.com/photos/derekmindler/11456051335/in/photolist-iskfWt-78sSGw-Nm6h-dstsX4-efFgyM-aFNxbz-b4uAFk-8VXJVx-6TLQgy-7guDYn-krqwnN-5zFWeM-cX8ps3-DP7xG-47HNzV-9MXnE2-8ekJta-4SrDZG-65yQS6-7JCioj-gSj8hc-KBjcJ-ambk2B-b6frSZ-ionh4r-4dTp9-bzUg7N-dc3UBg-5hHmK5-kVcqWf-3j3pov-993yEB-4CosWW-2j6go9-nQNsEc-hZQGz5-ko8Mmh-6hws2Q-dgS9hV-ahFNoC-EiNpN-7W87uL-g8rrw-4HEve2-nBnR7N-p7X9D-LHetU-8TxX4v-6qKnxg-ftKWNZ], used under the Creative Commons] If you would like to donate to help cover costs, please click here [https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_donations&business=ZFUAULBAEMZXG&lc=US&item_name=PhD%20in%20Progress%20Podcast¤cy_code=USD&bn=PP%2dDonationsBF%3abtn_donateCC_LG%2egif%3aNonHosted].This week we have a friendly dialogue about facing Impostor Syndrome and how it has appeared in our lives. Resources: * “Banishing Impostor Syndrome” [http://www.gradhacker.org/2011/09/02/banishing-impostor-syndrome/] by Andrea Zellner at GradHacker * The Impostor Syndrome [https://counseling.caltech.edu/general/InfoandResources/Impostor] by Caltech Counseling Center * “9 Tips for Dealing With Impostor Syndrome” [http://livingacademically.wordpress.com/2013/09/03/9-tips-for-dealing-with-imposter-syndrome/]– a blog post containing numerous links and writings * “How I Cured My Impostor Syndrome” [http://livingacademically.wordpress.com/2013/09/03/9-tips-for-dealing-with-imposter-syndrome/] by Jacquelyn Gill We’ve started something new! So far, all of the funding for this show has come out of my own pocket. To help cover the costs, I’ve started a Patreon campaign where you can pledge to help out the show. I’ve also placed a PayPal Donation button on the site.  The show will ALWAYS be free but if you would like to help us cover costs and improve the quality of our show, please consider contributing via Patreon.com/phdpodcast. Another great way to support the show is to leave a review in the iTunes store. This is very important because it boosts visibility of our show. Please take 30 seconds to leave an honest rating and review. We’d really appreciate it! iTunes user dgr- two left a 5 star review,  saying: “I’d recommend this podcast to any current or prospective graduate students- the speakers always keep the topics fresh and interesting. My only complaint is that while there were two episodes about finding non-academic jobs after school, there hasn’t been anything yet about pursuing postdoctoral or tenure track positions”. Thank you for the review and we’ll work on getting together a postdoc episode. Finally, we’re very active on Twitter @PhDPodcast so say hi to us there or e-mail us at feedback@phdinprogress.com [feedback@phdinprogress.com].
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