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Women in Science Project
6243 Parker House, 2nd floor
(Located in a two-story white frame house)
Hanover, NH
Phone: (603) 646-3690
Email: WISP@Dartmouth.EDU

News & Events Archive: March 2009

  • March 9, 2009: Evaluating and Negotiating Job Offers: Demystifying the Process — Evaluating and negotiating job offers is arguably the most confusing and stressful — but exciting — part of the job search process. Scientists entering their first "real" jobs are often overwhelmed by the complexity of the compensation packages they are offered, both within and outside academe. This workshop is aimed to help demystify the process, let you know what to expect, and help you best position yourself to optimize your compensation. This workshop is suitable for women post docs and women graduate students at all stages of their careers, but is especially useful for those who are beginning, or in the midst of, their job searches. There will be ample opportunity for questions. Light refreshments will be served.
  • March 10, 2009: WISP seeks a responsible and resourceful student as Communications Intern to help manage the website and the WISP e-mail account for spring term. We are looking for a student who has some experience using WordPress. The student should have excellent written communication skills, have the ability to meet deadlines, be able to work independently, and have a good eye for layout and design with attention to detail. The student position is approximately 8 hours per week and a paid position. The intern will work closely with the WISP Director. Please contact the WISP e-mail account with a statement of your interest. Also include your resume (or a summary of your related experience) and the names of two references.

Last Updated: 11/1/10