June 22, 2015

Resources

Jobs!

Check out http://ecoevojobs.net/ for a community-driven sheet of academic jobs in ecology and evolution. This is the best place to keep track of open faculty positions during hiring season each year.

Networking!

The International Network for Next-Generation Ecologists seeks to bring especially early career ecologists together from around the world. The have a number of resources on their homepage and wiki.

Webinars!

The ECE Section hosts Professional Development Webinars periodically. Video recordings of the webinars can be found here. To be added to the email list for webinars, sign up here

Upcoming Webinars:

Oct. 17th, Wednesday, 3:00 PM EST: “Faculty Jobs Part 2: Faculty interviews” presented by Dr. Holly Moeller

November TBD – Careers in Science Policy and how to get involved presented by Jacob Carter, Union of Concerned Scientists

December 5th – Networking and getting involved with networks in ecology presented by Dr. Tom Bell, UC Los Angeles

Spring Webinar topics: Best Practices in Mentoring, Community Colleges, Careers in Science Education, Non-Academic Careers II