Demonstration: Giving a Chalk Talk for a Faculty Position

Dates and times:

This program occurs in the fall quarter.
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Overview:

In this program, Dr. Seemay Chou, an Assistant Professor at UCSF, will provide participants with a brief overview of the chalk talk structure. She will then demonstrate her chalk talk as an example in front of several current UCSF faculty to simulate the types of questions asked during a chalk talk. The demonstration will be followed by short Q&A with Dr. Chou. Before coming to this program, we highly recommend that you watch Michael Rape’s seminar “The chalk talk for a faculty position."

Speaker:

Seemay Chou, PhD, Assistant Professor, UCSF, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics

Materials:

Recording of Seemay Chou's demonstration

Additional resources for interviewing for faculty positions on our website.

 

Questions? Contact Laurence Clement, Program Director of Academic Career Development at [email protected].

 

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