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Date: March 20, 2014 3:44:30 PM EDT
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Subject: Join AAAS for “Thinking Outside the Lab,” a webinar on non-research careers
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Thinking Outside the Lab


Wondering where can a Ph.D. take you today? Is there life beyond the bench? Absolutely! There are now more non-research jobs for STEM professionals than ever before—in private industry, public policy, government, nonprofit, journalism, grants management, analytics, and a host of emerging career paths.

Learn what mix of skills, experience and preparation you need to leap from the lab into a satisfying non-research career:

On April 8 at 1 p.m. ET, join Science Editor-in-Chief Marcia McNutt; Lori Conlan, Director for the NIH Office of Postdoctoral Studies; and Anish Goel, former AAAS S&T Policy Fellow and Director of Market Analysis and Geopolitical Affairs at Boeing, for a webinar on "Thinking Outside the Lab: Finding a fulfilling non-research career."

Take this opportunity to learn firsthand from accomplished Ph.D.s who have successfully navigated a career outside of the research realm. They’ll talk about their own experiences, examine a range of career options open to STEM professionals across different sectors, and discuss the analytic, communication, and teamworking skills needed for these kinds of roles.

Register today for "Thinking Outside the Lab: Finding a fulfilling non-research career."

Send our panelists questions via Twitter at #AAASWebinar

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