The Road to the Tenure-Track at a Primarily Undergraduate Institution
Graduate and undergraduate students at the University of Iowa are invited to the iBio Graduate Program’s “Career Options Lunch Talk” on Friday, Nov. 9 at 11:30am in Room 106 BBE. The featured speaker is Sara Hanson, who completed her Ph.D. in Genetics (Logsdon Lab in the Department of Biology) at the University of Iowa in Spring 2013. Dr. Hanson is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Molecular Biology at Colorado College. You can read more about Dr. Hanson’s background and her research here. Her talk is titled, “The Road to the Tenure-Track at a Primarily Undergraduate Institution.” Pizza, bottled water, and pop will be provided and a student question/answer session will be held after her presentation.
If you plan to attend, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, Nov. 7.
Immediately following her talk and the question/answer session, Dr. Hanson will also be the rEvolutionary (rEvo) Research Club presenter (this will also be held in 106 BBE beginning at approximately 12:30pm). The title of her rEvo talk is “Evolution of Yeast Mating-Type Switching.”