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The Compact for Faculty Diversity's annual Institute on Teaching and Mentoring offers grad students working toward their PhDs the chance to speak with established researchers, connect with future employers, and obtain valuable advice, says The Chronicle of Higher Education's Audrey Williams June. This year's event, held in Tampa last week, offered more than 1,000 PhD students the opportunity to do just that.

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