Workshop and Panel: Preparing for Academia or Industry at NSBE Region 6 FRC with MS and BS students

Presented a two (2) part workshop and panel titled, “Maximizing your PhD, preparing for academia or industry” at the NSBE Region 6 Fall Regional Conference in Garden Grove, CA to current MS and BS students.

Workshop Presenters: Dr. Kimberly Cross, Systems Engineer at Northrop Grumman and Dr. Corey Baker.

Panel:

The abstract for the workshop is below:

To maximize success as a graduate student there are several of best practices that students should follow. Students are rarely given clear goals and descriptions of what is expected along their path. In this workshop session we describe what it takes to be an attractive candidate for academic or industry positions. First, we discuss the benefits of choosing academia or industry. We describe traditional and nontraditional career opportunities available to doctoral graduates. Second, we provide well-defined criteria to be competitive in either academia or industry. We discuss the expected range of publications, industry experience and teaching appointments to be a highly qualified candidate. At the conclusion of the workshop, undergraduate and graduate students will be able to design or improve their roadmap to maximizing ability to obtain an academic or industry position. One interesting aspect of the workshop is that we explicitly contrast the requirements for academia vs industry.

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Corey Baker

Corey Baker

Corey E. Baker is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Kentucky. His research interests are in the area of Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) with emphasis in: opportunistic wireless communication for the Internet of Things (IoT), smart cities, smart homes, and mobile health environments.
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