By Peter J. Feibelman
A Ph.D. isn't really Enough! is needed interpreting for a person taking into consideration making use of to graduate college or getting into the technological know-how activity industry. concentrating on serious survival abilities, it deals sound recommendation on picking out a thesis or postdoctoral adviser; picking between study jobs in academia, govt laboratories, and undefined; and defining a examine application. This new version good points updates all through and a brand new bankruptcy reflecting today's quickly altering international.
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Get copies of your lab’s preprints. Read them, and if you have criticisms, questions, or contributions, make them known. Every lab is eager to employ and to recommend interactive people. If you are congenitally shy, you have a real problem, one that it would be helpful to overcome. Try to focus on the idea that positive feedback from the people you 0465022229-Feibelman_Layout 1 10/28/10 10:36 AM Page 38 38 a p hd is not enough! help will help you psychologically, and the recognition that their positive comments to others will advance your career.
If management had explained to F. at the outset that R. was to be “the boss,” and had discussed with both how credit for results was to be allocated, then F. ’s lab, and he would have had little reason to complain later. However, on their own, F. and R. ’s scientiﬁc career is just a memory. Impressing Mom and Dad: Whose Life Is It Anyway? A common theme in the minds of young scientists is impressing Mom and Dad. This strong motivation is to be cherished, of course, but only if it does not overwhelm one’s ability to make rational decisions.
The position was once again based on a ﬁnite-term grant. But, after two, two-year postdoctoral positions and a three-year assistant professorship, I was inured to the nomadic life, and so I applied. Despite my lack of credentials in urban planning, my interview, high up in San Francisco’s stunning Transamerica building, went rather well, I thought, until I was asked, “What would you do if, a few weeks from now, you were offered a job in physics? ” End of interview— back to despair. But then, a bolt from the blue—a former postdoctoral colleague who had moved to Sandia Laboratories in New Mexico decided to quit research and become a medical doctor.
A PhD Is Not Enough!: A Guide to Survival in Science by Peter J. Feibelman