As the founder of PhDs at Work, I have a constant challenge: How do I foster a sense of camraderie and connection for our community that is largely online? There is an amazing sense of connection at our Networking Happy Hours when we all come together, catch up and reconnect, and it is that same sense of belonging that I want to share with our larger community. While I don’t have the answer to teleportation (yet!), I can at least create an environment where we can hear each other’s voices, and where you have the opportunity to ask the questions that matter to you most.
The thing that’s going to make our podcast great is your participation, sending us your questions and letting us know what you want to know more about. When we have a new guest blogger, you will be able to leave a voice message with your question or comment.
It’s wonderful to be able to hear our guest bloggers’ voices, and it will be wonderful to hear yours!
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Submit a Question
Submitting a question is easy. All you need is an Internet connection and a microphone. The one built into your computer or phone will work just fine, though you’ll probably have better results by plugging in your earbuds and using their built-in microphone. We’ll interview our guests after their blogs go live, when they will answer your questions on the PhDs at Work Podcast! Please note that by submitting a voicemail question, you are allowing me to share it publicly on the podcast.
To record a question, simply click the button above and follow these four steps:
- State your name and where you’re calling from. For example, “Hi! This is Michelle calling from New York.”
- Ask your question! Please keep your voice message under one minute in length. If it goes over a little, that’s fine, but please keep it concise and to the point.
- Play your message back. If you want to rerecord your voicemail, just hit delete and record a new message. You can do this as many times as you like until you are happy with your message.
- Hit send! You can listen for the answer to your question on the next episode of the podcast!
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