Interviewing and SelectionDo you recruit or interview potential hires?This session will help you learn how to:
Write effective job criteria
Post a job
Get appropriate candidates
Design interview questions
Avoid illegal questions during an interview
Select the best candidate
The Institute for Diabetes, Obesity, and Metabolism; the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism; and the Diabetes Research Center
Combined Fall 2012 Seminar Series presents:
Anastasia Kralli, Ph.D The Scripps Research Institute
“Estrogen-Related Receptors and their Coregulators: Pathways Regulating Energy Expenditure in Brown Adipose Tissue”
December 4, 2012
Translational Research Center 12-146
Edward Mallinckrodt Professor and Head,
Pathology and Immunology
Washington University School of Medicine
“Role of autophagy proteins in host defense and disease susceptibility”
University of Michigan Life Sciences Institute
"Notch signaling in alloimmunity"
This lecture is a part of the Fall 2012 Public Health 519 course "Issues in Global Health." If you would like to attend as a guest, please contact Dustin Utt (firstname.lastname@example.org) to see if there is room available.
Information about the course: PUBH519 presents an overview of issues in global health from the viewpoint of many different disciplines, with emphasis on economically less developed countries. Themes include the state of the planet, including populations, resources, and environment; determinants of global health, ethical perspectives, challenges in communicable and non-communicable disease, and intervention strategies. If you are interested in registering for the entire course, please follow the protocol used in your home school. This is usually accomplished by checking with the home school program coordinator or advisor. Medical students should contact Helene Weinberg.