Careers - Non-Academic
Are you interested in learning more about a career in industry? Are you working towards a PhD or DVM degree? If so, meet this speaker on July 16 in 226 Weill Hall to hear her career trajectory until now and to gain insight into the corporate culture at Merial (now part of Boehringer Ingelheim), and what a career as a director of external innovation means.
- When: Friday, June 8, 2018 from 4:15-7:00 pm (Alumni will attend 4:15-6 pm)
- Where: The Big Red Barn
A panel discussion with Cornell PhD alumni working in international security and development. Open to graduate students from any field.
Learn how former Cornell PhD’s have applied their skills and pursued interests and careers beyond academia: in policy-related research, work related to international development abroad, work for the U.S. government on international issues, and work related to peace and conflict.
Excited about evidence-based policymaking? Join us for a discussion with four influential Cornell alumni who have demonstrated the power of research in the public policy space. Panelists will discuss career opportunities for graduate students that go beyond academia. These alumni represent diverse career opportunities in policy research, implementation, and evaluation across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. Their work demonstrates that there is a central role for multidisciplinary and applied research in informing, influencing and igniting policy.
Are you thinking about a career outside of academia?
If you are considering an alternative-academic career and are committed to social justice or are a community accountable scholar this is the workshop for you.
Cornell Advancing Science And Policy (ASAP) invites you to hear Mark Bayer, president of Bayer Strategic Consulting and former Chief of Staff in the Senate and House of Representatives. He is a 17-year Capitol Hill veteran, and master legislative strategist and advocacy expert who's turning his attention to helping scientists get their voices heard in Congress.