GradFUTURES Forum 2021: Understanding the Pathway to the Professoriate with Academic Analytics Event Logo

GradFUTURES Forum 2021: Understanding the Pathway to the Professoriate with Academic Analytics

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Meeting Careers & Professional Development Alumni Engagement Innovation/Entrepreneurship Leadership & Collaboration #GradFUTURESforum

Thu, Apr 29, 2021

9 AM – 10 AM EDT (GMT-4)

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The GradFUTURES professional development initiative has partnered with Academic Analytics, an organization that provides comprehensive data and information on faculty research activity, as well as Ph.D. career outcomes to advance the research enterprise. In this series of presentations, Dr. Molly J. Wilson, Product Owner at Academic Analytics, will share peer analysis data regarding the academic career path for those interested in exploring faculty positions.

Speaker: Dr. Molly Wilson, Academic Analytics

This event is part of the 2021 GradFUTURES Forum: Broadening the Impact of the Ph.D. Within and Beyond the Academy. This unique, three-day professional development Forum includes interactive sessions and keynote presentations by members of the Princeton graduate community and industry leaders. The event is designed to help graduate students explore opportunities for leadership and meaningful professional growth within all fields of endeavor. Members of the broader campus community are welcome to register and to LEARN, SHARE & CONNECT at the second annual GradFUTURES Virtual Forum.

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Molly Wilson

Academic Analytics

https://www.linkedin.com/in/mollyjaynes/

Molly J. Wilson is on the product development team with Academic Analytics. She helps academic leaders use data to inform strategic decisions, and specializes in analyses around alumni outcomes and clinical research. She received her undergraduate degree in violin from the University of Cincinnati and her Ph.D.in Translational Biomedical Science from the University of Rochester, where she studied motor learning and neurological disorders in musicians.