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How to succeed in academics

Author: Linda L McCabe; Edward R B McCabe
Publisher: Berkeley : University of California Press, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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"This new edition of How to Succeed in Academics provides up-to-date mentoring on all aspects of a successful academic career, particularly a career in the sciences. Linda L. McCabe and Edward R.B. McCabe bring decades of expertise and experience to such topics as marketing your ideas through posters, talks, manuscripts, and grant proposals; developing strategies for applying, interviewing, and negotiating for  Read more...
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McCabe, Linda L., 1947-
How to succeed in academics.
Berkeley : University of California Press, ©2010
(OCoLC)761340639
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Linda L McCabe; Edward R B McCabe
ISBN: 9780520262683 0520262689
OCLC Number: 456174941
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xvii, 275 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Chapter 1. Choosing a mentor --
Chapter 2. Preparing for graduate of professional school --
Chapter 3. Preparing an abstract for a professional meeting --
Chapter 4. Presenting at professional meetings --
Chapter 5. Marketing your ideas through publications --
Chapter 6. Gender issues --
Chapter 7. Underrepresented groups --
Chapter 8. Preparing for postgraduate or professional training --
Chapter 9. Applying for, negotiating, and choosing a job --
Chapter 10. Developing time management skills and short-term and long-term goals --
Chapter 11. Developing your grant-writing skills --
Chapter 12. Developing your teaching skills --
Chapter 13. Developing your leadership skills --
Chapter 14. Conflicts of interest --
Chapter 15. Human subjects research --
Chapter 16. Research with animals --
Chapter 17. Data and sample management --
Chapter 18. Ethical behavior.
Responsibility: Linda L. McCabe and Edward R.B. McCabe.

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Presents mentoring on the various aspects of a successful academic career, particularly a career in the sciences. This title coves such topics as: marketing your ideas through posters, talks,  Read more...

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