[FUN_Mail] Alternative careers in Neurosci for undergrads ...
dbrasier at cmu.edu
Thu Oct 5 11:28:34 EDT 2017
Agreed, Bryan. Considering that somewhere around 10% or less of PhD's end up in tenure-track faculty positions, "alternative" is probably not the right term for PhD graduates, let alone BS/BA.
Daniel J. Brasier, Ph.D.
CMU Biological Sciences
> On Oct 5, 2017, at 11:10 AM, Bryan Fantie <bfantie at american.edu> wrote:
> After almost 30 years where I work, I think it should be “Real World Careers”….
>> On Oct 5, 2017, at 11:07 AM, Ramirez, Julio <juramirez at DAVIDSON.EDU> wrote:
>> Sometimes you’ll see “Careers Beyond the Bench” out there…
> Bryan D. Fantie, Ph.D.
> Associate Professor and Leader
> Human Neuropsychology Guerrilla Research Group
> Department of Psychology
> American University
> 4400 Massachusetts Avenue NW
> Washington DC 20016-8062
> 202-885-1790 (Office)
> 202-885-1023 (Fax)
> @BFantie (Twitter)
> "They sentenced me to 20 years of boredom
> For trying to change the system from within."
> Leonard Cohen - First We Take Manhattan
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> which need never stop short at the boundary of knowledge,
> but can draw forever on the vasts of ignorance."
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