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Bruce Donald, How to give a talk. Geared more to technical talks organized around overhead transparencies. http://www.cs.dartmouth.edu/~brd/Teaching/Giving-a-talk/giving-a-talk.html

Thomas W. Rishel, The academic job search in mathematics. The basics. http://www.ams.org/employment/academic-job-search.html

Thomas Hull, Michael A. Jones, and Diana M. Thomas, Interviewing for a job in academia, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, November 1998, pages 1353-1357. Emphasizes the questions you should have ready answers to. http://www.ams.org/notices/199810/comm-hull.pdf

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Trina Sego and Jef I. Richards, PhD interview preparation guide for positions in academia. Emphasis on questions you should ask and not ask. http://www.utexas.edu/coc/adv/JR/InterviewPrep.html

Bonnie A. Nardi, Steve Whittaker, and Heinrich Schwarz, It's not what you know, it's who you know: Work in the information age, First Monday 5(5), 2001. Based on ethnographic studies of employees in high-tech industries, this article argues that the resources that are exchanged within professional networks are increasingly replacing traditional institutions. Pedro Garcia Strass Satin Sandals pre order sale online SKnIzOFM6J

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The modern project of articulating guidelines for networking originates (more or less) with feminist authors circa 1980. Their books still hold some interest:

Carol Kleiman, Women's Networks: The Complete Guide to Getting a Better Job, Advancing Your Career, and Feeling Great as a Woman Through Networking , New York: Lippincott and Crowell, 1980. Aimed at women professionals and executives who wish to set up relatively formal networking organizations.

Betty Lehan Harragan, Games Mother Never Taught You: Corporate Gamesmanship for Women , New York: Rawson, 1977. Although not centrally concerned with networking, I mention this book because of its cultural influence as the first hard-hitting how-the-world-really-works book for professional women. Its ideology, which has shaped many feminist discussions of networking since then, reflects both the strengths and weaknesses of the feminism of that era. One of the weaknesses is its inattention to social class; it explains that men learn how the world works through playing football, even though this would predict that working-class men would be as successful in business as their wealthier brothers.

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The Mind Deconstructed Podcast:

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See our official podcast page at theminddeconstructed.org

Dr. Kaz Nelson, a psychiatrist at the University of Minnesota, along with host, George, serve as translators between the psychiatric field and the non-medical community. Podcast goals: Dispel myths, address listener questions, talk directly about serious topics, such as suicide, and inform the public about what they need to know to maintain mental health and a life worth living. ​Dr. Kaz Nelson is an American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology certified psychiatrist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Minnesota. Dr. Kaz is driven in her mission to increase knowledge and understanding for those living with mental illness and their loved ones. George, a former US Marine and attorney who practices in the field of child welfare, is Kaz's brother and serves as podcast host and banter man. George's educational background is in health and human services and he has applied his life to public service. Kaz and George are Minnesota born-and-raised. This podcast is an independently produced labor of love and not sponsored by any commercial entity, including the pharmaceutical industry.

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Jun 27, 2018

In the shadow of two public deaths by suicide and alarming data from the Centers for Disease Control on the increasing number of suicides, Dr. Kaz and George explore the impact and legacy of suicide. How does such an event impact surviving children and other family members? Are traumatic events that happen during...

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In the time between the recording and the posting of Episode 18: Mental Illness and School, we have learned of the death of fashion designer, Kate Spade; Chef, Anthony Bourdain; and received the Centers for Disease Control's 2018 report on increased rates of suicide across the United States. George and my hearts...

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May 12, 2018

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and Borderline Personality Disorder Awareness Month. Inspired by these events, Dr. Kaz and George explore self-injurious behavior. Common and sometimes difficult to understand, Dr. Kaz describes different patterns for self-injurious behavior and some of the drivers of these...

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