For Grad Students & Postdocs

Applied Superconductivity graduate research assistants (from left to right) Maxime Matras, Chris Segal and Charlie Sanabria . Applied Superconductivity graduate research assistants (from left to right) Maxime Matras, Chris Segal and Charlie Sanabria .

Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows who want research experience at the cutting edge of magnetic field, pressure and temperature need look no further than the Magnet Lab. Research at the lab covers many disciplines — physics, biology, chemistry, engineering — and all the combinations of each you can imagine.

Prospective students, be sure to check out the Physics Masters-to-PhD Bridge Program.

We also support the professional and career development of graduate students and postdocs during their time at the lab. We organize sessions on topics including job searching, public speaking, presentation skills and mentoring. These sessions provide information and skill development, as well as a chance to network with graduate students and postdocs from other groups at the lab. Be sure to check out the calendar below for upcoming events!

Resources

  • Careers

  • Communication

  • Ethics

  • Mentoring

  • Project Management

  • Research

  • Teaching

Individual Development Plan

 

It is recommended that all graduate students and postdocs at the MagLab create a plan with their mentors to make the most of their time at the lab. One way to do that is to create an Individual Development Plan (IDP). The American Association for the Advancement of Science has a free online IDP that you can fill out with your mentor.

Education Calendar

 

Our education calendar features seminars for graduate students and postdocs, as well as programs and events for all age groups.

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For more information contact Kari Roberts.

Last modified on 25 August 2015