Boost your track record
In this hands-on training, Prof. Amanda Salis will give you insider insights on how to strategically enhance your track record.
The competitive nature of careers involving research can feel daunting to many. This may be especially true for early career researchers, or for people who’ve experienced circumstances that may have slowed their research (e.g. those with teaching, administrative, clinical, business, family, social or other commitments).
Fortunately, you don’t need to work all the time, be a genius, or be doing Nobel prize-winning research in order to have a track record that clearly demonstrates your research aptitude. With advanced planning, and by strategically focusing on the types of activities that bring the most accolades in your specific line of research, you can time-effectively engineer impressive successes into your track record within 6 to 24 months.
Who is this training for?
Anyone from any institution who wants to improve their competitiveness for a career involving research.
The training is best suited for people who are planning to apply for a competitive research scholarship, fellowship, prize, position or promotion in the coming 6 to 24 months.
What to bring to the training
- Something to write with.
- A copy of your current resume (curriculum vitae, CV).
- How to know where to invest your time when boosting your track record
- Example selection criteria and how to tailor your efforts to match them
- The 9 things that generally look great on research track records …
- … and how to get more of them into your CV without getting exhausted