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The inaugural College of Science – Joint Annual Meeting (COS-JAM) for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows will take place in Jordan Hall on Thursday, May 4, 2017. This will occur in conjunction with the Office for Postdoctoral Studies, Graduate Career Services, and Office of Grants and Fellowships, who will have representatives available to offer development …View full post
Worried about public speaking? Unsure how to explain your research to a general audience? Worried about making a talk so boring your audience falls asleep? Learn how to get past these pitfalls in this public speaking workshop geared towards physicists, led by Micha Kilburn.
Join us Wednesday April 5th at 11:30 AM in NSH 202. Pizza will be provided.
The inaugural College of Science – Joint Annual Meeting (COS-JAM) for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows will take place in Jordan Hall on Thursday, May 4, 2017. This will occur in conjunction with the Office for Postdoctoral Studies, Graduate Career Services, and Office of Grants and Fellowships, who will have representatives available to offer development counseling, CV advice, and information about research funding opportunities. The intent of the Graduate and Post-Doc COS-JAM is to highlight the achievements of graduate and postdoctoral research, foster interdisciplinary collaborations, and provide mentoring about integrative careers in science.
All graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in the College of Science are invited to participate in Graduate and Post-Doc COS-JAM by sharing their original research with faculty and students, in either an oral or poster format. Please indicate if you have a preference for a given format following your abstract. Research may have been conducted on or off campus, and mentored by faculty from the University of Notre Dame and/or at other universities and colleges.
Please discuss the content of the abstract with your PI prior to submission. Approval by the PI will be needed before an abstract is accepted for presentation at Graduate and Post-Doc COS-JAM.
To participate, please submit abstracts of 300 words or fewer by Friday, April 14, 2017, using an online submission process: the website for abstract submissions is http://xur.library.nd.edu/
Please direct any questions about participating in Graduate and Post-Doc COS-JAM, or the abstract submission process for COS-JAM, to Prof. Matt Ravosa, College of Science, Biological Sciences (firstname.lastname@example.org).
GPS Brown Bag Professional Development Lunch
Wednesday, February 22nd
Bring your lunch, C.V., cover letter or any other professional documents for proofreading by your peers!
Ethical Leaders in STEM is an experiential program for Notre Dame STEM PhD students who will be in their 3rd or 4th year of study in academic year 2017-18 to develop and explore their aptitude for communication, mentoring, and leadership.
This is a great program that in 2015 our own Matt Hall was a participant. It comes with an additional $1400 stipend on top of your regular pay and 3-course credits. Check it out at graduateschool.nd.edu/professional_development/ethics/ethical-leaders/.
Applications are due March 15. Specific details about the program are found in the application.
The Social Responsibilities of Researchers program in the Reilly Center aims to equip and motivate emerging scientists and engineers to be cognizant of the conne
ctions their research has with society, adaptive in steering their research in light of these, and able to engage the public and policy makers in an effort to optimize its impact and relevance. In doing so, these researchers will become leaders and models of ethical engagement for their peers and students.
Applicants must be in their first or second year, and applications are due February 13th. You will get a $1400 stipend, a total of three credits and a certificate of completion. Not only will you learn a lot, but it is a great thing to add to your CV.