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04:00PM 06:00PM Career Lab: Executive Recruiting: Campus: Emory Main Campus BEST Career Labs are hands‐on workshops that are intended to provide an experience that is in‐between an informational interview and an internship. The goal is to simulate typical job tasks associated with different career paths, as well as provide current insights from a variety of practicing professionals in a variety of career paths.++RSVP is limited and required to receive materials++ Learn about careers as an executive STEM recruiter, the search process, and open positions in 2017.  This workshop is facilitated by two PhD consultants who will speak to how executive recruiting consultants go about a typical candidate search, how they write job descriptions, and what makes candidates stand out. During this interactive workshop, you will be given positions and candidate profiles to review and make recommendations. You will do mock interviews for a real position with IM - gaining practice and insights into what interviewers are looking for and how they are conducted. ++BRING YOUR OWN RESUME FOR FEEDBACK++ You will also learn about careers as recruiters and hear more about current open positions at Isaacson, Miller (IM). Dr. Laura Mariani graduated Emory’s Neuroscience program last year and has been working for Isaacson, Miller, an executive search consulting firm. In this new career, she work with universities, healthcare systems, and other not-for-profit organizations to identify and recruit top leaders in academic medicine, STEM research, and higher education administration. Clients include the University of Chicago, Duke, the University of Miami, and Beaumont Health, the largest healthcare system in Michigan. She has helped hire department chairs, deans, and endowed professors of scientific research, among others. Isaacson, Miller is hiring new associates throughout 2017; details on the application and interview process will be discussed at the event. Search consultants at Isaacson, Miller find the right leaders for mission-driven organizations, including colleges and universities, research institutes, academic medical centers, arts and cultural groups, conservation and environmental groups, and social justice and other national advocacy organizations. Facilitators:Laura Mariani, PhD (Emory Alumni '16) joined Isaacson, Miller as an Associate in 2016. Laura developed broad interests in student affairs and higher education leadership while serving on student government in multiple roles, including President of the Graduate Student Council. She also participated in a variety of science education, outreach, and advocacy activities, including an interdisciplinary teaching fellowship funded by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and a science policy workshop on Capitol Hill sponsored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Laura earned her PhD in neuroscience from Emory University, and holds a combined BS/MS in neuroscience from Brandeis University. Joseph Keller, PhD joined Isaacson, Miller in 2016. Prior to joining the firm, Joseph worked at the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT and acted as a program assistant for the MIT Summer Research Program. He is also an advisor and core team member of the STEM Education Advocacy Group, a volunteer-driven think tank providing original analyses and recommendations to advance science education initiatives across the world. Joseph holds a BS in biological sciences from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) as a Meyerhoff Scholar, an MA in computational neuroscience from Boston University and a PhD in cognitive science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. + Emory, Nursing 276 Campus Events
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07:30PM 07:30PM Concert: Vassily Primakov, piano: School: Oxford College Department/Organization: Oxford College Building/Room: Williams Hall (Oxford) Speaker/Presenter: Vassily Primakov Cost: Free Contact Name: Danielle Dockery Contact Email: danielle.dockery@emory.edu In recent years, Vassily Primakov has been hailed as a pianist of world class importance. Music Web-International called his Chopin concertos CD "one of the great Chopin recordings of recent times. These are performances of extraordinary power and beauty." Primakov entered Moscow's Central Special Music School at the age of 11 and at 17 came to New York to pursue studies at the Juilliard School. He won the William Petschek Piano Recital Award and both the Silver Medal and the Audience Prize in the 2002 Gina Bachauer International Artists Piano Competition. Later that year, Primakov won First Prize in the 2002 Young Concert Artists (YCA) International Auditions. In 2007 he was named the Classical Recording Foundation's "Young Artist of the Year." In 2009, Primakov's Chopin Mazurkas recording was named "Best of the Year" by National Public Radio and that same year he began recording the 27 Mozart piano concertos in Denmark. BBC Music Magazine (November, 2010) praised the first volume of Primakov's Mozart concertos. Primakov has released numerous recordings for Bridge Records that include works by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, Mendelssohn, Brahms, Chopin, Dvorak, Debussy, Tchaikovsky, Scriabin, Rachmaninoff, Philip Glass, Arlene Sierra and Poul Ruders. In 2011, Primakov, along with his duo partner, Natalia Lavrova established a new and vibrant record company, L.P. Classics, Inc. Their first release was Anton Arensky: Four Suites for Two Pianos. Most recently, they released Primakov's Live in Concert Album that includes works by Medtner, Schumann, Brahms' Handel Variations and Ravel's La Valse.   In March 2012, Primakov became a Yamaha Artist. This is an Oxford Studies event. + Oxford College Campus Events
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