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Faculty Search Committees: What Are They Looking For?

Faculty Search Committees: What Are They Looking For?

Monday, January 10, 2005

The New York University School of Medicine - Farkas Auditorium

Presented By


Speakers: Richard I. Levin, New York University School of Medicine; Vita C. Rabinowitz, City University of New York, Hunter College; and Michael P. Sheetz, Columbia University

Organized by the Future Science Educators for faculty, postdocs, and students.

Career Workshop Series
You Know Your Science, but Can You Teach It?