Interested in gaining unique teaching experience beyond traditional undergraduate curricula? Brinnae Bent, Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, shares how her experience designing and teaching a course through the Duke Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) sparked a passion for teaching and community outreach.
What is a Medical Science Liaison (MSL), and how can graduate students interested in this career path prepare? Heather Vita, Ph.D. '04 (Pharmacology) shares advice on training opportunities that can help you break into the field and shares potential career advancement opportunities for MSLs.
How can you use your interdisciplinary degree to open doors along career paths? On a warm evening in March, graduate students gathered to learn from four successful interdisciplinary doctoral degree-holders in completely different career paths.
"You need to know how to tailor your presentation of information based on your audience. It takes experience as well as specialized knowledge to be able to describe and advocate for particular technologies and treatments."