The City Universityof New York has begun, with the assistance of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, an initiative to provide more opportunities for studentsinterested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) to land well paying jobs in industry, government and non-profit organizations. CUNY’s Professional Science Master’s (PSM) degree is a two-year graduate degree that combines […]
The postdoctoral training period is designed to enable continued professional exploration and scholarly independence, but it is also a time for gaining the necessary skills to assume a leadership role in the workforce. These skills include project development, grantsmanship, communications, and financial management—to name just a few. The Postdoctoral Development Program was initiated in 2005 […]
Since the day after defending her doctoral dissertation on watershed hydrology and modeling in 2009, Dr. Soni Pradhanang has been working as a Research Associate with the CUNY Institute for Sustainable Cities (ISC). Working in the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (NYCDEP) office in Kingston, New York, Dr. Pradhanang uses modeling applications to […]
On September 22, 2011 the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research held a roundtable discussion as part of its ongoing Women in Science programming. The event brought together notable women scholars and administrators from across CUNY to address the topic of Negotiating a Successful Academic Career.
Dr. Eno Essien Ebong is currently a postdoctoral researcher working with faculty members both at The City College of New York and Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research is pleased to present Women in Science: Negotiating a Successful Academic Career, a workshop aimed at senior doctoral students, postdoctoral researchers, and junior faculty.