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Posted by admin on September 27, 2016

Event for early career researchers: Recalibrating excellence

No scientific career or tenure without a prestigious grant like a VENI and a list of publications in highly cited journals. Or so it seems. Rathenau Institute and CWTS invite early career researchers who care about science, and feel concerned about the emphasis on excellence, to explore the issue of research excellence.   On Thursday … read more >

Posted by admin on September 26, 2016

Join PostdocNL at the FEDERA day 2016

PostdocNL is part of the program committee for the FEDERA day 2016 ‘Health(y) Science; increasing value, reducing waste’, and will present on ‘PhD beyond science’. When/where: Friday November 11th 2016, Radboud UMC Nijmegen Program: https://www.federa.org/sites/default/files/images/federadag_2016_health-y-_science-_increasing_value_reducing_waste.pdf Registration: https://www.federa.org/federadag     Join the LinkedIn groupSign up to Mailinglist

Posted by admin on September 6, 2016

Interesting perspectives on careers published in Science Careers

http://www.sciencemag.org/careers/features/2016/08/alternatives-professorships-academia       Join the LinkedIn groupSign up to Mailinglist

Posted by admin on July 7, 2016

Is it really important to move around for a better scientific career?

Does mobility boost early scientific careers?       Join the LinkedIn groupSign up to Mailinglist

Posted by admin on June 22, 2016

Give input on CAO negotiations (Collective Labour Agreement)

The Dutch Universities (VSNU) and the Labour Unions negotiate on the compensations and benefits of the University staff. The current Collective Labour Agreement (CAO) runs until 1 July 2016 and there is still no agreement on a new CAO, there even is a standoff.   The main bottlenecks in the negotiations lie with: -Wage increases … read more >