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R1 Postdoc

I think that the AI ethics consulting work I did helped make me a strong candidate for the postdoc I have now. What tenure track search committees think of it, I'm less sure. I suspect that mentioning it doesn't hurt, so long as it's closely aligned with the AOS listed in the job ad and doesn't detract from a focus on research and teaching. If search committees don't care about it, probably the worst they'll do is ignore it.

SEC postdoc

I could see this being an asset, all other things being equal, if the department wanted to prepare students for non-academic careers.

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