All the recorded talks and the accompanying presentation slides produced in the TOHTOS project are listed below.

 

Webinars

28.3.2018 at 14:00-15:00
Tuomo Kauranne, Researchers in innovative technology companies – what do they not tell you at graduate school (video)

29.11.2017 at 14:00-15:00
Markku Sahi, Don’t hesitate to send a CV to Headhunter…. (video) (slides)

25.10.2017 at 14:00-15:00
Daria Gritsenko, Changing Hats – Tips for Academics Looking Beyond Academia. How to tune up your CV? (video) (slides)

27.9.2017 at 14:00-15:00
Juha Sainio, Where I can found a job with my PhD degree? (slides)
Essi Huttu, What is PoDoCo? (slides)
Marisa Ojala, My ongoing PoDoCo project (slides)
(video for all three presentations)

30.8.2017 at 14:00-15:00
Juha Latvala, Where do employers look for PhD talent? (video) (slides)

26.4.2017 at 14:00-15:00
Berit Virtanen-Thewlis & Topi Litmanen, Digital solutions supporting doctoral training and research communication (video)

29.3.2017 at 14:00-15:00
Berit Virtanen-Thewlis, How to support the visibility and recognition of doctoral students know-how (video)

22.2.2017 at 14:00-15:00
Satu Roos, Exploring Your Competence – It´s the Combination that Counts (video) (slides)

 

Workshops and Seminars

End seminari 13.2.2019
Minne menet tulevaisuuden tohtori? Nuorten tutkijoiden urasuunnittelua tukemassa (material mainly in Finnish)

Seminar 11.6.2018
Tohtoreiden monet mahdollisuudet työllistyä (all videos in Finnish)

Seminar 20.4.2018
Tohtorista toimittajaksi? (video and slides in Finnish)

Seminar and workshop 6.4.2018 (Jouni Ortju, Laatukoulutus)

Workshop 29.5.2017
Creating and maintaining digital expert profiles (video and slides in English)

Seminar 21.4.2017
Doctoral careers outside academia (no video nor slides available)

Seminar 26.1.2017
Doctoral student, are you looking for work? (video and slides in English)

Opening seminar 17.10.2016
Tohtorikoulutuksen työelämäyhteydet – kohti hyviä käytäntöjä (video and slides in Finnish)

Seminar 3.10.2016
Uskomattomat urapolut
(in Finnish, no video nor slides available)