Tips for Getting Hired at a Primarily Undergraduate Institution

Nowadays, undergraduate institutions — and students — expect a lot from faculty: a joy in fostering student success, an ability to explain complex research projects at an undergraduate level, a capacity to train the next generation of scientists on a modest budget and with shared equipment, and most of all, passion for both teaching and research.

Visit Neuronline to read Andrea Holgado's advice for getting hired at a primarily undergraduate institution and to learn which areas you should seek out training to be a more competitive candidate and successful faculty member.

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