This post is part of a series about the academic job search and application process. Find all posts here.

So at this point you sent your application package: your CV, your cover letter, your research statement, your teaching statement, your diversity statement, your references, filled up a bazillion questionnaires about your disabilities, ethnicity, immigration status, … And now you’re sitting tight waiting to receive, hopefully, a bunch of invitations for an initial online interview.

When I went through my job search it was the end of 2019, and the online interviews spanned from October (my first disastrous one) to the…










Elena Blanco-Suarez, Ph.D.

Neuroscientist, science communicator, ukelele player. I write about brains and sometimes other stuff.

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