Individual Consultations:We are happy to discuss career planning with postdocs in private meetings and help you network to University alumni or local companies. Please send an email to Matthew Aguirre at the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs to set up a meeting time.
Professional Development Series: In collaboration with the Graduate Student Association and the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs, the Graduate School is pleased to offer a series of seminars and workshops to help graduate students and postdoctoral fellows develop and enhance their professional skills to succeed in their current positions and future careers.
The Science careerswebsite, maintained by AAAS, has numerous articles, booklets, webinars, and forum discussions about several different sectors that employ Ph.D.s, including academia, industry, policy, and government.
The Office of Intramural Trainingat the NIH provides many resources for various career paths and development of transferable skills, includingvideos of professional development seminars
The Medical College of Wisconsin has great links on a variety of career paths available to postdocs, including a list of companies that offer internship opportunities
The CIRTL network (Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning) started as an NSF-funded, multi-institutional effort, to achieve excellence in teaching and learning in undergraduate STEM education. The site provides numerous resources, including information on writing teaching statements, teaching with technology, addressing diversity in the classroom, and many others.
Lynda.com membership: Lynda.com offers in-depth online video training for many software packages. The University pays for everyone with a NetID to have access to these resources. Topics such as working with Microsoft Office programs (Excel, PowerPoint, Word), Adobe Creative programs (Photoshop, Illustrator), programming with R, Python, and courses on understanding big data.