There are many opportunities to teach beyond academia. Careers in education are found in K-12 classrooms, at museums and online. Graduate students and postdocs who want to share their interests and knowledge with others should attend this workshop to learn about working with different populations of learners. The panelists will share how they transitioned from STEM disciplines into their current roles, how they found these jobs, and steps that attendees can take to learn more and prepare for careers in education.
- Kelly Witter, MS (civil & environmental engineering), MBA, Director of STEM & Environment Outreach at the US Environmental Protection Agency
- Megan Aldrup-MacDonald, MS (genetics & genomics), Biology Instructor at North Carolina School of Science & Math
- Geoff Patterson, PhD (mathematics), Math Curriculum Designer at IXL Learning
- Debra Bailey, BS (medical laboratory technology), Coordinator of the Micro World Investigative Lab at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences
This event is co-sponsored by The Graduate School's Professional Development Series, the Duke Career Center, and the Office of Postdoctoral Services. Questions about this event? Contact the Duke Career Center at 919-660-1050).
LocationJones Building, Room 143 Map and Directions
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