Job Market Webinar with Gale Greenlee: Postdocs and Alt-Academic Positions

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October 29, 2020
3:00PM - 4:30PM
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Online

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Add to Calendar 2020-10-29 15:00:00 2020-10-29 16:30:00 Job Market Webinar with Gale Greenlee: Postdocs and Alt-Academic Positions Are you looking to expand your options when going on the job market? Please join our ACLS Postdoctoral Fellow Gale Greenlee for a stimulating and informative conversation on how to pursue postdocs and alternative academic positions. All OSU graduate students are encouraged to attend! Dr. Gale Greenlee joins WGSS as a visiting scholar this academic year, bringing with her a wealth of experience in publicly engaged teaching and scholarship. She has worked in public literacy programs in several different venues. Her scholarship focuses on narratives about girlhood by Black and Latinx authors, with a particular interest in Appalachian Studies. She is also interested in building the ways we engage publics through a range of technologies and platforms. Please register for the webinar using this Zoom registration link. Online Womens Gender and Sexuality Studies wgss@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Are you looking to expand your options when going on the job market? Please join our ACLS Postdoctoral Fellow Gale Greenlee for a stimulating and informative conversation on how to pursue postdocs and alternative academic positions. All OSU graduate students are encouraged to attend!

Dr. Gale Greenlee joins WGSS as a visiting scholar this academic year, bringing with her a wealth of experience in publicly engaged teaching and scholarship. She has worked in public literacy programs in several different venues. Her scholarship focuses on narratives about girlhood by Black and Latinx authors, with a particular interest in Appalachian Studies. She is also interested in building the ways we engage publics through a range of technologies and platforms.

Please register for the webinar using this Zoom registration link.