In the press: Universitätsläraren

In the press: Universitätsläraren

Yes! We are in the Swedish newspaper for university lecturers called Universitetsläraren. Read the interview with our founder Tina Persson in Swedish at universitetslararen.se/…

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English translation:

Podcast supporting researchers who want to leave academia

Hello there Tina Persson, founder of PhD Career Stories, a podcast that supports and assists researchers who want to change their careers.

Text: Per-Olof Eliasson

What happens in the pod?
– Scientists and university teachers talk about their experiences after they defended. They also share tips and tricks on how to be successful in seeking jobs.
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#015: Tips&Tricks Johanna Havemann: when writing about your research, mind your audience

#015: Tips&Tricks Johanna Havemann: when writing about your research, mind your audience


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johanna-havemann-900pxIn episode 15 of PhD Career Stories, Jo Havemann returns for a tips & tricks-themed podcast. In this episode, we learn more on why it is crucial to be aware of your audience when writing about your research. Continue reading “#015: Tips&Tricks Johanna Havemann: when writing about your research, mind your audience”

#014: Tips&Tricks Tina Persson: how self-assessment will help your career transition


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Tina PerssonIn episode 14, PhD Career Stories founder Tina Persson returns for another “tips & tricks”-themed episode. In this podcast, Tina shares her experience on how to get started with self-assessments and why it is important to grow your understanding about who you are and what you want and expect from your professional life to land your dream job. Continue reading “#014: Tips&Tricks Tina Persson: how self-assessment will help your career transition”

#013: Johanna Havemann Story


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Johanna HavemannDr Johanna Havemann works as a trainer and consultant in Science Communication for Universities and research institutions in Europe and Africa (access2perspectives.com). She obtained her PhD in 2009 from the Max-Planck Institute for Developmental Biology in Tübingen, Germany. Her working experience covers NGOs, Science startups and international institutions including UNEP. Follow her tweets about #scicomm and other topics of interest at @johave. Continue reading “#013: Johanna Havemann Story”

#011: Tina Persson & Maria Sjögren: PhD Career Stories – looking back and looking ahead


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tina_perssonIn this episode, Tina Persson and Maria Sjögren look back at the first 10 episodes of the show and talk about some of the highlights during 2016 as well as what’s in store for 2017.

We also announce our special guest for the last episode during 2016 to be published on December 23. Our Christmas gift to all of you listeners out there!

#010: Tips&Tricks Tina Persson: how to prepare for your next job interview


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tina_perssonIn episode ten of “PhD Career Stories”, Tina Persson returns for a “tips & tricks”-themed episode. In this podcast, we learn more on how we can prepare ourselves for our next interview. Continue reading “#010: Tips&Tricks Tina Persson: how to prepare for your next job interview”

#008: Tips&Tricks Paulius Mikulskis: how to get started with your job search


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Paulius Mikulskis is a Computational Chemist with a PhD in Theoretical Chemistry from Lund University, now working as a Research Fellow at the University of Nottingham. In this “tips & tricks”-themed episode, Paulius shares two tips which he found useful in his job search. Continue reading “#008: Tips&Tricks Paulius Mikulskis: how to get started with your job search”