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Join Syracuse University's Graduate School to learn about professional and career development, hear from alumni, and find out about events.

Latest Episodes

Tips for the Semester Break

Dan Olson-Bang, Ph.D. and Tracy Bauer G’15 discuss their top tips and for the upcoming semester break in our last episode until January 2021. While we take a break, catch up on previous episodes or make an appointment as our office is still open. We’ll be back in January with more helpful episodes for the spring semester!

10 min3 w ago
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Tips for the Semester Break

Self-Care with Caitlin Dawson Brown, LMHC, G’14

Caitlin Dawson Brown, LMHC, G’14, helps us better understand self-care and how to reframe our thinking on what it is and why it is incredibly important to incorporate it into our daily lives. Caitlin can be found on Instagram at @cdbrowncounseling.

21 minNOV 3
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Self-Care with Caitlin Dawson Brown, LMHC, G’14

Hugo Hao, PhD - Careers In

It's not often that you get a chance to talk to an expert in quantum computing about his experience of transitioning from quantum physics into industry, but that's the opportunity I got when I interviewed Hugo Hao, PhD, a MEMS development engineer II at SiTime. When Hugo was at Syracuse University, I was privileged to learn about his work and to help him in his job search, and in this podcast, he explains how he got to where he is--as well as what he gleaned along the way.

17 minOCT 26
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Hugo Hao, PhD - Careers In

Gradcast Bloopers for Midterm Laughs

We’ve worked really hard on our 30+ episodes so far. While we’ve worked hard, we’ve also messed up and laughed hard. In this short episode, to bring you laughs during midterms, Dan Olson-Bang and I share a few of the times we’ve messed up. We hope it makes you laugh as much as did.

6 minOCT 20
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Gradcast Bloopers for Midterm Laughs

Sonali Pandhe - Careers in... Medical Science Liaison

Sonali Pandhe, PhD, Hematology-Oncology Medical Science Liaison at AMAG Pharmaceuticals, is "coming" to Syracuse on October 15th, 5-6 PM via Zoom. In the podcast, Sonali gives a sense of "a day in the life" of an MSL and offers a sneak peak at what you can expect in her Zoom webinar later this week.Be sure to tune in, and I hope you'll join us for her webinar!

15 minOCT 13
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Sonali Pandhe - Careers in... Medical Science Liaison

How to: Learning and Implementing Networking

If you're new to networking, and unsure where to start, this episode is for you! Dan Olson-Bang, Ph.D., and Tracy Bauer, G'15, will cover the steps to take to get started.

16 minOCT 6
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How to: Learning and Implementing Networking

Careers in - Chilisa Shorten, USGS

Today we talk with Chilisa Shorten, PhD, who is a postdoc at the US Geological Survey, a coveted role for many grads in Earth Sciences. Chilisa reflects on her time at SU, what she enjoys about her work, and how you can make your own transition. If you are interested in working in government, make sure to give this one a listen!

15 minOCT 2
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Careers in - Chilisa Shorten, USGS

A Strengths-Based Approach to Resilience with Jaime Weisberg

Tracy Bauer interviews Jaime Weisberg of Northbound Coaching and Consulting about our upcoming 3-part workshop series on A Strengths-Based Approach to Resilience. What is the strengths-based approach to resilience about? What can students expect from the sessions? Should students plan to attend all three sessions or can they attend one or two and still get something out of it? What will students walk away from the sessions with?

11 minSEP 22
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A Strengths-Based Approach to Resilience with Jaime Weisberg

Careers in - Ryan Curl

We are pleased to bring you "Careers In," a series that profiles the paths that PhDs from Syracuse have taken and the advice they have for current students and postdocs. In our first episode, we hear from Ryan Curl, Associate Researcher at The NeuroLeadership Institute and a PhD candidate in Cognition Brain & Behavior at Syracuse University. Ryan tells us about his transition, lessons he learned in grad school, and shares what it's like to work in a competitive field like his.

27 minSEP 17
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Careers in - Ryan Curl

Informational Interviewing - Frequently Asked Questions

Tracy Bauer and Dan Olson-Bang are back to offer some guidance in the all important informational interview where they answer questions such as: What is an informational interview? What can I expect from an informational interview? How do I find people to interview? How should I reach out to someone? What do I do during the call to start and finish it? What kinds of questions should I ask? How should I follow up with the person I spoke with after the informational interview?

18 minSEP 15
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Informational Interviewing - Frequently Asked Questions

Latest Episodes

Tips for the Semester Break

Dan Olson-Bang, Ph.D. and Tracy Bauer G’15 discuss their top tips and for the upcoming semester break in our last episode until January 2021. While we take a break, catch up on previous episodes or make an appointment as our office is still open. We’ll be back in January with more helpful episodes for the spring semester!

10 min3 w ago
Comments
Tips for the Semester Break

Self-Care with Caitlin Dawson Brown, LMHC, G’14

Caitlin Dawson Brown, LMHC, G’14, helps us better understand self-care and how to reframe our thinking on what it is and why it is incredibly important to incorporate it into our daily lives. Caitlin can be found on Instagram at @cdbrowncounseling.

21 minNOV 3
Comments
Self-Care with Caitlin Dawson Brown, LMHC, G’14

Hugo Hao, PhD - Careers In

It's not often that you get a chance to talk to an expert in quantum computing about his experience of transitioning from quantum physics into industry, but that's the opportunity I got when I interviewed Hugo Hao, PhD, a MEMS development engineer II at SiTime. When Hugo was at Syracuse University, I was privileged to learn about his work and to help him in his job search, and in this podcast, he explains how he got to where he is--as well as what he gleaned along the way.

17 minOCT 26
Comments
Hugo Hao, PhD - Careers In

Gradcast Bloopers for Midterm Laughs

We’ve worked really hard on our 30+ episodes so far. While we’ve worked hard, we’ve also messed up and laughed hard. In this short episode, to bring you laughs during midterms, Dan Olson-Bang and I share a few of the times we’ve messed up. We hope it makes you laugh as much as did.

6 minOCT 20
Comments
Gradcast Bloopers for Midterm Laughs

Sonali Pandhe - Careers in... Medical Science Liaison

Sonali Pandhe, PhD, Hematology-Oncology Medical Science Liaison at AMAG Pharmaceuticals, is "coming" to Syracuse on October 15th, 5-6 PM via Zoom. In the podcast, Sonali gives a sense of "a day in the life" of an MSL and offers a sneak peak at what you can expect in her Zoom webinar later this week.Be sure to tune in, and I hope you'll join us for her webinar!

15 minOCT 13
Comments
Sonali Pandhe - Careers in... Medical Science Liaison

How to: Learning and Implementing Networking

If you're new to networking, and unsure where to start, this episode is for you! Dan Olson-Bang, Ph.D., and Tracy Bauer, G'15, will cover the steps to take to get started.

16 minOCT 6
Comments
How to: Learning and Implementing Networking

Careers in - Chilisa Shorten, USGS

Today we talk with Chilisa Shorten, PhD, who is a postdoc at the US Geological Survey, a coveted role for many grads in Earth Sciences. Chilisa reflects on her time at SU, what she enjoys about her work, and how you can make your own transition. If you are interested in working in government, make sure to give this one a listen!

15 minOCT 2
Comments
Careers in - Chilisa Shorten, USGS

A Strengths-Based Approach to Resilience with Jaime Weisberg

Tracy Bauer interviews Jaime Weisberg of Northbound Coaching and Consulting about our upcoming 3-part workshop series on A Strengths-Based Approach to Resilience. What is the strengths-based approach to resilience about? What can students expect from the sessions? Should students plan to attend all three sessions or can they attend one or two and still get something out of it? What will students walk away from the sessions with?

11 minSEP 22
Comments
A Strengths-Based Approach to Resilience with Jaime Weisberg

Careers in - Ryan Curl

We are pleased to bring you "Careers In," a series that profiles the paths that PhDs from Syracuse have taken and the advice they have for current students and postdocs. In our first episode, we hear from Ryan Curl, Associate Researcher at The NeuroLeadership Institute and a PhD candidate in Cognition Brain & Behavior at Syracuse University. Ryan tells us about his transition, lessons he learned in grad school, and shares what it's like to work in a competitive field like his.

27 minSEP 17
Comments
Careers in - Ryan Curl

Informational Interviewing - Frequently Asked Questions

Tracy Bauer and Dan Olson-Bang are back to offer some guidance in the all important informational interview where they answer questions such as: What is an informational interview? What can I expect from an informational interview? How do I find people to interview? How should I reach out to someone? What do I do during the call to start and finish it? What kinds of questions should I ask? How should I follow up with the person I spoke with after the informational interview?

18 minSEP 15
Comments
Informational Interviewing - Frequently Asked Questions
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