CMB has recently updated its website to add results from our climate survey report, resources for virtual networking, and typical career paths for alumni.
Based on feedback from the DEIC (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee), CMB has added a page on our website to show the results from our July 2019 Climate Survey.
As suggested by students, the CMB office has compiled some resources to help with virtual networking:
- The CMB Alumni Directory is a searchable tool that includes up-to-date information on CMB alumni current positions and contact information.
- UW-Madison Graduate School Professional Development
- UW Madison Graduate School Networking Page: includes a recording of the “Building Your Networking Confidence” workshop
- “How to nurture your network during a pandemic” (UW Madison Continuing Students)
- “How to network during challenging times” (Sciencemag.org)
- “How to Virtually Network in the Midst of A Global Pandemic” (Forbes)
- “Networking Virtually…tips for the new normal” (LinkedIn)
- “Networking Virtually” (Boston University Center for Career Development)
In addition, students have asked to see some typical career paths for alumni. Students on the Professional Development Committee have collected information about alumni career development at 1, 4 and 7 years post graduation to allow current and future CMB students to explore potential career paths, and to reach out to alumni working in areas of interest.
The last two resources are available on CMB’s Professional Development page.