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Self-assessment can be used to help postdocs understand their own abilities, determine career possibilities, and set professional development objectives. The Individual Development Plan (IDP) one such tool that be used to assess career options and set short-term and long-term goals. IDPs can also be a valuable communication tool when used between postdoc and mentor as a means to discuss goals. Postdocs are strongly encouraged to fill out an IDP and review it with their mentor annually.
Let’s start your new adventure by reading an article "Making the Most of Your Postdoc" – from The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Developed by GCC member experts from over 50 universities, ImaginePhD offers a unique platform that teaches PhDs about popular job sectors, search strategies, and how to transfer skills across settings. Like the related GCC member project myIDP, with 100,000+ users, ImaginePhD has the potential to transform PhD career planning.
Clemson University is working hard to develop a variety of opportunities to enhance the postdoctoral career and professional development. Our Graduate school works with the CUPDA and the Clemson University Office of Postdoctoral Affairs to identify professional and career development needs. We encourage all postdoctoral scholars to actively engage in professional development opportunities to compliment your research training throughout your career at Clemson University.
For more information on Professional Development events and workshops, visit the GRAD360 events page.