Lessons Learned from SBIR Awardees

116 Upson Hall 124 Hoy Rd., Ithaca

Interested in learning more about Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) funding? Join us on Thursday, September 23 (12:00 p.m. ET) in Upson Lounge (Room 116) for a panel discussion hosted by Cornell Engineering’s Entrepreneurs in Residence. A panel of successful Cornell Engineering alumni and SBIR awardees will be present to share their experiences with SBIR…

The National Cancer Institute: Leading Cancer Research in 2021 and Beyond

Open to all, this lecture is a must for anyone thinking about a career in research with an interest in leadership. SPEAKER: Norman Sharpless, M.D. Director, National Cancer Institute This DISTINGUISHED LECTURE IN CANCER BIOLOGY is sponsored by the Sandra Atlas Bass Endowment for Cancer Research and the Comparative Cancer Biology Program at the College…

Job Search Virtual Monthly Discussion

Zoom

The Job Search Virtual Monthly Discussion is designed to get graduate students and postdoctoral scholars together to talk about concerns that job seekers share, and strategize about how to move forward. Each session will begin with a brief introduction that includes tips, perspectives, and thoughts from staff who support career exploration within and beyond academia. Participants will…

Opportunities for Public Communication of Science panel discussion

Starting with a public panel discussion on Opportunities for Public Communication of Science, this weekend workshop trains researchers in the sciences (including natural sciences, engineering, experimental social sciences, etc.) to communicate effectively with nonscientists such as policy makers, political stakeholders, the media, and the general public. The below public panel discussion on Opportunities in Science…

Science communication workshop (COMM 5660)

Starting with a public panel discussion on Opportunities for Public Communication of Science, this weekend workshop trains researchers in the sciences (including natural sciences, engineering, experimental social sciences, etc.) to communicate effectively with nonscientists such as policy makers, political stakeholders, the media, and the general public. Training activities may include role-play, mini lectures, reading/discussion, hands-on…

Science communication workshop (COMM5660)

Starting with a public panel discussion on Opportunities for Public Communication of Science, this weekend workshop trains researchers in the sciences (including natural sciences, engineering, experimental social sciences, etc.) to communicate effectively with nonscientists such as policy makers, political stakeholders, the media, and the general public. Training activities may include role-play, mini lectures, reading/discussion, hands-on…

Your Dream Employer: Finding Your Best Fit as a PhD

703 Olin Library 161 Ho Plaza, Ithaca

Location, size, industry – what are your priorities when identifying a potential employer? Whether you’re dreaming of a startup, nonprofit, or established company, you can surface your future employer by leveraging library resources. In this workshop, you’ll gain strategies to generate a list of employers based on the criteria that’s most important to you. Business…

NYAS Webinar: Career Paths: Academic Workforce Development

Zoom

The growth and prosperity of society depends on nurturing intellectual STEM talent that drives innovation and solves real world problems, This requires creating a culture that nurtures, fosters and accepts diverse ideas, problem solving approaches and individuals. The panelists at this webinar will discuss how STEM professionals can pave the path by creating programs and…

Your Dream Job: Acing Your Interview as a PhD

103 Mann Library

Are you getting ready to interview with an industry employer? Use library resources to give yourself a competitive advantage and locate resources you can’t find using Google or from the company itself. In this workshop, you’ll gain strategies to learn more about your potential employer, prepare for their questions, and generate questions of your own.…