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Interdisciplinary skills set trainees apart

Trainee Achievements

Interdisciplinary skills set trainees apart

Our third achievement this year relates to the placement of our recent graduates. Kate Anderson and Russell Golman graduated last year and were both hired by Carnegie Mellon University. Aaron Bramson was hired by the University of Toronto. Jon Zelner was hired by Princeton University. Dan Katz plans to graduate this summer and was recently hired by Michigan State University Law School in a tenure-track position. Andrea Jones-Rooy was also recently hired by Carnegie-Mellon. We are pleased so many of our IGERT trainees are finding employment in spite of current challenges in the job market. We believe the interdisciplinary skills of our trainees, supported by our IGERT project, helps set them apart from the average job applicant.