Natalie Lundsteen

Natalie Lundsteen

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Most Recent Articles

August 3, 2020
Ph.D. students should take advantage of “starter conversation” opportunities to interact with alumni and experienced professionals, Natalie Lundsteen advises.
February 10, 2020
Figuring out what the daily work environment will be like is an important consideration for graduate students in accepting and applying for jobs, advises Natalie Lundsteen.
September 23, 2019
It's easy to drop a ball in this busy season, writes Natalie Lundsteen, who offers some advice for how to best handle the situation.
February 25, 2019
Natalie Lundsteen offers advice for graduate trainees and postdocs negotiating the dos and don'ts of drinking alcohol at professional events when potential employers are present -- and watching.
December 17, 2018
Natalie Lundsteen shares best practices for obtaining great letters of support.


Co Authored Articles

February 7, 2022
Trying to balance your own academic and career desires with family responsibilities can invoke feelings of confusion, anxiety and guilt, write Natalie Lundsteen and Arnaldo Diaz Vazquez.
August 9, 2021
We cannot assume that just because they successfully navigated their undergraduate years they will smoothly sail through graduate training, write Arnaldo Diaz Vazquez and Natalie Lundsteen.
May 24, 2021
For career advancement, you must believe in yourself and your own success, write Diane A. Safer and Natalie Lundsteen, who offer some advice on how to do so.
January 14, 2021
Through collaborative efforts on our campuses, we can better engage such graduates and address various institutional challenges, write Anna De Cheke Qualls, Natalie Lundsteen and Tiffanie N. Purvis.
November 9, 2020
Natalie Lundsteen and Diane A. Safer outline the essentials for getting the most out of one-on-one career advising.
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