Careers in Undergraduate Education

Are you interested in teaching science to undergraduate students? Have you thought about conducting research in way that not only advances science but also helps train students to problem solve and think analytically?

Then come learn about careers in undergraduate education. During this panel discussion, you will hear from experts with experience teaching and conducting research at small liberal arts, community, and city colleges.

During this panel discussion you will learn about:

  • Different institutions that hire PhDs to teach undergraduate students
  • The realities of the undergraduate college job market
  • How to develop your teaching skills as a graduate student and postdoc
  • What undergraduate colleges look for in competitive candidates
  • Preparing applications for undergraduate colleges


This event is open to the Tri-Institutional student and postdoc community.

Date & Time(s)


Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Zuckerman Research Center
417 East 68th Street
Zuckerman Auditorium
New York, NY 10065


For further information about this event, please contact Thomas Magaldi, PhD, Administrator, Office of Career Services, at or 646-888-3507.


Office of Career Services
Office of Postdoctoral Affairs
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Rockefeller University Graduate School

Registration Details

Because space is limited, registration for this event is required.



Sibdas Ghosh, PhD
Dean of Natural Sciences at Iona College

Prabodhika Mallikaratchy, PhD
Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Lehman College and former Postdoc at MSK

Thomas Onorato, PhD
Associate Professor of Biology, LaGuardia Community College and former Postdoc at Rockefeller University

Andrea Morris, PhD
Director of Career and Professional Development, Rockefeller University and former Associate Professor at Haverford College

Panel Moderator

Thomas Magaldi, PhD
Administrator of Career Services, MSK


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