Academic Interviews

An academic interview is an opportunity to highlight your scholarship, research prowess, and cultural "fit' with potential colleagues at other institutions. Preparation can make the difference between a successful interview and an unsuccessful interview. In short, know your value-add to the department and college in terms of your research, your teaching, and your ability to bring in grants and fellowships. Read our detailed (and downloadable) Graduate Career Services Guide to Academic Interviews for more in-depth information. We can help. Come see us.

Recommended Reading

The Academic Job Search HandbookJulia Miller VickJennifer S. Furlong 

Digital Resources

Questions to Ask: Faculty Positions

NIH: Preparing for Academic Interviews

Inside Higher Ed: Your First Academic Job