A careers seminar for HDR students in Historical Studies.
This is your chance to talk to academics and professionals about their experiences going from study to work, and about the ‘inside story’ of their careers. The café has an informal atmosphere. Speakers introduce their experiences as history graduates in the workplace, and then you get the chance to ask your questions over coffee and cake. This semester, the café features historians from Monash University.
Time and location: 2 pm – 3 pm, Menzies Building, 20 Chancellors Walk, N602 Meeting Room, Clayton. The café will be held four times during semester, at 2 pm on Fridays.
Program: Semester 1, 2016
Friday 18 March
Following your nose: history as a vocation
Kathleen Neal & Josh Specht
Friday 15 April
A conversation about the academic job markets in Australia and the United States
Friday 29 April
Career Interruptions, Carer responsibilities and History
Friday 13 May
Balancing passion and strategy in an academic career
RSVP to Charlotte Greenhalgh
ph: 9902 4329
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History Program Research Seminars
Fridays, 12-1pm, Faculty Seminar Room –
Room E561, Menzies Building. 20 Chancellors Walk, Clayton campus