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  • 1.Surviving and Thriving in Academia
    This survival guide to academia is designed to address changes that have taken place during the last 5 years which may dramatically affect the level of success of women and ethnic minorities pursuing careers in academic environments.
  • 2.Variations on the Theme of Academic Careers: The Non-tenure Track Position
    Describes non-tenure-track (or contract or fixed term) academic positions, the teaching they entail and reasons you might want to accept one.
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  • 3.Crossroads: The Psychology of Immigration in the New Century
    This report describes the diverse population of immigrants and addresses the psychological experience of immigration, focusing on factors that impede and facilitate adjustment.
  • 4.Academic Career Guidance
    Look beyond academia and research — corporations, nonprofits and the military are all new areas of opportunity for psychology graduates. But if your heart is set in academia, non-tenure-track and part-time positions may be part of the route to a tenure-track job. In some cases, they may even be the ideal academic position. So beef up your resume, get published and be flexible in today’s changing academic landscape.
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  • 5.Securing tenure
    On the tenure track? Here are four keys to making sure you get the ultimate prize.
    Magazine Article - Monitor on Psychology (May 2011)
  • 6.Careers in Psychology
    This guide provides a look at psychology as a career in many different fields, such as research, consulting, diagnosing and teaching. It includes an outlook of the current job market and testimonials from psychologists on the career paths they have chosen.
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  • 7.Doing Postdoctoral Work — Should I?
    To qualify for tenure track positions, postdocs can provide more experience and more publications.
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  • 8.Navigating the dual career track
    Resources like Higher Education Recruitment Consortium can help academic couples overcome the hurdles of finding two academic jobs in one place.
    Magazine Article - Monitor on Psychology (April 2012)
  • 9.Academic Careers
    How to tailor your job talk, ask necessary questions, do your homework about the organization and other interviewing tips.
  • 10.Resource Guide for Psychology Graduate Students with Disabilities
    This guide offers suggestions on issues related to educational training and professional development, presents an overview of the major federal disability laws, and offers practical advice on successfully navigating the classroom and campus.
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