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Career Advancement Program for Engineers and Scientists (CAPES)


The CCMR Career Advancement Program for Engineers and Scientists (CCMR CAPES) is designed to improve the competitiveness of Cornell graduate students and postdoctoral scholars entering the workforce, in part by providing training in the important “real-world” skills that are often overlooked in traditional graduate programs, such as public speaking, proposal writing, and effective interview techniques. The CAPES program will also give students a realistic and unbiased view of academic and non-academic career opportunities.

Publishing Scientific Papers, Professor Roald Hoffmann [VIDEO], Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical Biology and CCMR, Cornell, 1981 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Corning’s Innovation Recipe: From Concept to Commercialization, Dr. Odessa N. Petzold

Research Opportunities in India, Professor Rudra Pratap

Career Paths and Development of Technical Professionals at The Dow Chemical Company, Bernard Dems, Ph.D, The Dow Chemical Company

Writing Competitive National Fellowship Applications
Professor William Dichtel

Skills to Succeed in Industrial Research, Dr. Ellen M. Kosik Williams

Scientific Writing, Prof. Michal Lipson [VIDEO]


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