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  1. 1. What’s your dissertation about?
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  2. - 1 minute answer (elevator speech)?
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  3. - 5 minute answer?
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  4. - Long answer?
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  5. - What’s the problem being addressed?
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  6. - What’s the theoretical contribution?
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  7. - What’s the practical contribution?
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  8. - What’s the method?
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  9. - What are your publishing plans?
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  10. - What’s the time frame – done? Soon to be done?
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  11. - How did you become interested in this topic?
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  12. - How does it relate to other stuff you’ve done?
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    • 2. Briefly describe your next three studies.
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  13. 3. What are you expectations with respect to tenure and salary?
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  14. 4. What’s your research plan over the next three-to-five years?
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  15. 5. In what area would you be indispensable in a symposium three years from now?
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  16. 6. What area would you like to be known for? Why will you be famous in five years?
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  17. 7. How do you see your research contributing to our department/program?
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  18. 8. Where do you think you’ll publish most of your work?
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  19. 9. What do you consider to be a top tier journal?
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  20. 10. Who in your area do you most respect?
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  21. 11. What is your ideal teaching/research/service mix?
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  22. 12. What do you do outside of work?
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  23. 13. What was is like to be a graduate student at …..?
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  24. 14. Did people get along there [your PhD department]......... ?
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  25. 15. What does being successful mean to you?
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  26. 16. Do you see yourself working with anyone here? If so, on what?
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  27. 17. Do you see any possible areas of research collaboration with others within the university but outside of our department/program?
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  28. 18. Why would you like to come to [school]………?
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  29. 19. If you came to [school], what would you need to be successful?
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  30. 20. What do you want to teach both in terms of classes and level?
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  31. 21. What methods classes have you taken?
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  32. 22. Do you have any particular strong or weak areas in terms of methods?
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  33. 23. Do you tend to collaborate or do you like to work alone?
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  34. 24. What do you think deserves promotion?
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  35. 25. What is your teaching philosophy? For grads? For undergrads?
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  36. 26. What two or three things would be most important to you in your job?
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  37. 27. Why are you applying to a business school and not a psychology program (or vice versa)?
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  38. 28. What courses would you feel comfortable teaching?
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  39. 29. How would you structure courses?
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  40. 30. What are your strengths and weaknesses?
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  41. 31. How would you set up your research group?
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  42. 32. How would you get undergrads and grads involved with your research?
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  43. 33. What type of set-up funds will you need?
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  44. 34. Do you have any plans for pursuing external funding?
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  45. 35. What would you do to build a good program?
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  46. 36. What questions do you have of us?
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