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IA Symposium Negotiating Your Worth: Demystifying the Academic Interview and Negotiations Process

This panel will share their personal experiences on the academic job market while also discussing topics related to interviewing and negotiation techniques associated with salary, start date,…

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IA Symposium Academic Entrepreneurship Panel

Graduate students and post-docs have an enormous amount of transferable skills that be used widely in building a business. At this panel discussion, moderated by Dean of the Graduate School Dr. Rod…

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IA Symposium Fireside Chat with Renita Miller and TIAA CEO Thasunda Brown-Duckett

In this conversation, Associate Dean Renita Miller and TIAA CEO Thasunda Brown-Duckett will discuss her pathway to becoming a fierce advocate for diversity and inclusion and her experiences as one…

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2022 Inclusive Academy Symposium Recap Video

The inaugural Inclusive Academy (IA) Symposium is an in-person two-day diversity conference focused on supporting graduate students and post-doctoral scholars from underrepresented backgrounds, on…

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Next Steps for the Class of 2022

Here's what Princeton newest graduating class will be doing after Commencement.

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CITP Seminar: Denae Ford Robinson - The Next Generation of Software Developers

Microsoft is home to the world’s largest developer communities and ecosystems with Azure, GitHub, and Visual Studio. Thus, having sustainable and inclusive communities is of strategic…

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Inclusive Academy Symposium 2022 Promo video

Learn more about the Inclusive Academy (IA) Symposium and the Best of Access, Diversity, and Inclusion (BADI) awards from Associate Dean Renita Miller.

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2021 P3 Professional Development at Princeton Session

Professional development is an intrinsic part of graduate education at Princeton University, broadening the reach and impact of academic training by preparing our students to make transformative…

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Campus Recruiting Overview

You may be excited about the prospect of applying for a summer internship or entry-level role. You may feel overwhelmed by the intensity of the process, or perhaps unsure even where to begin. Over…

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Interviewing with International Employers

Are you anticipating an interview with an employer abroad? Are you preparing for interviews for the International Internship Program or other international internship/fellowship positions through…

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Career Compass

Career Compass is a new website to help students explore career paths and connect with alumni who can help them along the way. Students can use Career Compass to: Explore dozens of different career…

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CITP Seminar: Serge Egelman - Taking Responsibility for Someone Else’s Code: Studying the Privacy Behaviors of Mobile Apps at Scale

Modern software development has embraced the concept of “code reuse,” which is the practice of relying on third-party code to avoid “reinventing the wheel” (and rightly so).…

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Who are the Peer Career Advisers (PCAs)?

Zoie Nieto '21, president of the Peer Career Advisers (PCAs) welcomes the Class of 2024 and explains how the PCAs are here to help undergraduate students.

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Session 1: Macro Policy, Capital Flows, And Investments - Micaela Giorcelli, Assistant Professor of Economics, UCLA

Emerging economies are increasingly turning towards private sector financing to fund infrastructure and other development needs. While middle-income countries have the capacity to manage complex,…

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Session 1: Macro Policy, Capital Flows and Investments - Jesse Schreger, Assistant Professor of Business, Columbia Business School

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Welcome & Opening Remarks: Atif Mian, John H. Laporte, Jr. Class of 1967 Professor of Economics, Public Policy and Finance; Director, Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy & Finance, Princeton University

Emerging economies are increasingly turning towards private sector financing to fund infrastructure and other development needs. While middle-income countries have the capacity to manage complex,…

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