Global Goals; Prepare for a Radiant Job Interview; NIH Budget Boost Draws Questions

TRAINING @ | Global Goals

WHAT: Workshop on Ethical Issues in International Health Research

WHERE: Harvard School of Public Health, Boston

WHY: To address current issues, anticipate potential future problems, and facilitate productive communication in issues of public health

ADVANTAGES: Participants from both developing and industrialized countries can compare experiences, receive expert advice, and voice their concerns during lectures, case studies, and panel discussions

WHEN: June 23-27, 2003

DEADLINE: April 15, 2003

COST: $1,800 (US)

FELLOWSHIPS: Available for midcareer professionals and scholars from Asia

--Hal Cohen


TIP TROVE | Prepare for a Radiant Job Interview

  • Know yourself--focus on your strengths, your research agenda, and how you meet their various needs: Why is this a good fit?
  • Know them--their strengths, needs, and potential concerns; ask if you don't know.
  • Be yourself--and let that include enthusiasm...

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