May 2014

Career Profiles: Astronomer to Tenure Track Faculty at a Teaching-Focused Institution

by Laura Trouille May 22, 2014

Latest Career Profile: Agnes Kim, a a tenure track faculty in physics at a teaching-focused institution. She loves her job and writes, “There is freedom in projects I pursue and variety in my daily activities”. If you have questions, suggestions, advice to share, etc. about this career path, please leave a comment below or on […]

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Fed Up with Sexual Harassment

by Jess K May 14, 2014

This week the folks over at the Women in Astronomy Blog are highlighting the problem of sexual harassment within the astronomy community.  Every day there will be a new post discussing this problem with advice about how to help victims within your department, and what to do when you experience or witness sexual harassment.  Below […]

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Career Profiles: Astronomer to Soft Money Researcher

by Laura Trouille May 8, 2014

Latest Career Profile: an astronomer turned soft money researcher. S/he is the PI for a major instrument on a 10-m class telescope. S/he is also in a dual astronomy career couple. If you have questions, suggestions, advice to share, etc. about this career path, please leave a comment below or on the CSWA site. The […]

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Career Profiles: Astronomer to Faculty and Entrepreneur

by Laura Trouille May 1, 2014

Latest Career Profile: Douglas Arion, an astronomer turned faculty and entrepreneur. He has worked both in academia and business and has been very satisfied with his work and work-life balance. If you have questions, suggestions, advice to share, etc. about this career path, please leave a comment below or on the CSWA site. The AAS […]

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