Comprehensive listing of career and professional development activities across UC's ten campuses.
Collaborative report from ETS and CGS examining the critical link between graduate education and preparation for careers.
Researchers at the California Institute for Quantitative Biosciences (QB3) assessed the impact of the institute’s efforts over the past eight years in supporting entrepreneurs on the three UC campuses in which it operates: Berkeley, San Francisco and Santa Cruz.
Nature Magazine received survey responses from nearly 5,000 graduate students, from dozens of countries, examining academic program satisfaction and thoughts on career placement.
Chronicle of Higher Education article looking at data and reports on non-academic careers for doctoral students.
Website examining alternative academic careers for humanities scholars.
Website offering help to universities to prepare their students for non-academic careers and advice to students considering non-academic careers. Several UC campuses are subscribers.
Chronicle of Higher Education article studying career outcomes for history PhDs at 4 universities, including UC Santa Barbara. The author discovered that, “…graduate programs in the humanities are worth saving because students do end up in excellent careers.”
Chronicle of Higher Education article examining alternative career paths for PhD graduates.