The career path for those working at the intersection of university-industry-government research partnerships is not well defined. Whatever the role—researcher, program leader, corporate/academic relations, tech scout or manager, or workforce and talent development—understanding the goals and priorities across sectors is a net gain for career advancement. But for those who want to make the leap across sectors—university, industry, or government—the terrain is largely uncharted.
In this emagazine, you’ll learn from survey results and from veterans of career transitions about the common threads of working in partnership roles across sectors. Read the thoughtful perspectives from a baker’s dozen first-person interviews that offer valuable context for the survey results and real-world tips for those who want to leverage their experience to grow and thrive in their careers.
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|Gaylene Anderson, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals||Christopher P. Austin, National Institutes of Health||Richard Cowburn, Karolinska Institutet||Karina Montilla Edmonds, SAP
|Dennis Fortner, Carnegie Mellon University||Peter Ireland, University of Oxford||Ashley Llorens, Microsoft||Brice Nelson, Michigan State University
|Chris Ramming, VMware||Daniel Reed, University of Utah||Jacqueline Service, Lockheed Martin||Grace Wang, The Ohio State University
|Wendi Yajnik, Novartis||
Stories from partnering professionals sharing university, industry, and government sector perspectives