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Networking @Rev: Women in Entrepreneurship

Rev: Ithaca Startup Works, 314 E State St, Ithaca 314 E State St, Ithaca, NY

Networking@Rev: Women in Entrepreneurship  Thursday, June 15 | 6:00-8:30 pm | Rev: Ithaca Startup Works (314 E State St) Register here Did you know that only 2.2% of venture capital funding goes to female-founded startups? It's time to change that. Join us for an inspiring evening of networking and innovation at Networking@Rev: Women in Entrepreneurship!…

Become a Patent Examiner

Virtual Session NY, United States

hosted by the US patent and trademark office (USPTO) Do you want a job that is challenging? The opportunity to work from home nationwide with a flexible schedule? A culture of inclusivity and camaraderie, as part of a community that leads America toward breakthroughs in innovation? Are you a U.S. citizen graduating this year with…

The job search process: What companies look for when evaluating talent

Webinar

This webinar from Bio Careers will provide insight on the job search process and discuss what companies look for when evaluating talent.  There will be tips on how candidates can stand out from the crowd. Bio of the Speaker: Lauren Celano is the Founder and CEO of Propel Careers, a life science search and career…

Thinking of going into investment banking?

Webinar

Morgan Stanley is hosting a webinar series for their Asia Internship positions. If you are graduating between October 2024 and July 2025 and looking for internships in 2024 in the financial services industry, read on for more information. Opportunities are open in business areas across the Institutional Securities Group, Company, and Technology Divisions. Learn more…

ASM Networking Session

240 Carpenter Hall 313 Campus Rd, Ithaca, United States

Meet a member of ASM's Talent Acquisition Programs team and also their Corporate Vice President and Cornell Alum.  ASM is focused on attracting Engineering talent across multiple graduate fields: MAE, ECE, MSE, AEP, CBE as well as Chemistry and Physics. Specifically, you will meet: Paul Ma PhD'04 (ChemE), Senior Vice President, who oversees all engineering…

Industry site visit to Corning

Corning Sullivan Park 184 Science Center Drive, Painted Post, NY

Thanks to a Cornell Engineering and Careers Beyond Academia collaboration with Corning, 15 lucky individuals will be able to tour the Corning Sullivan Park Science & Technology Center Address: Sullivan Park, 184 Science Center Dr., Painted Post, NY 14870 Dress: Business Casual Eligibility: PhD students and postdocs with backgrounds relevant to Corning. Specifically any engineering,…

Information Session on Careers with Merck

128 Olin Hall 113 Ho Plaza, Ithaca, NY, United States

Biologics Process Research and Development (BPR&D) at Merck is looking to hire PhD students who will attain their PhD in 2023 or Post-Docs completing their work in 2023. Relevant fields include: Chemical Engineering Biochemical Engineering Biomedical Engineering Biotechnology Biochemistry Biology Microbiology and more! If you are interested and want to learn more about this position…

Careers Beyond Academia Small Group Discussion

Zoom

Does your career plan need a tune-up? Join us online to find out how we can help you get the most out of Careers Beyond Academia. If you are interested in exploring your options and want to meet colleagues who are considering careers outside of a traditional tenure-track role, sign up for a small group session. Bring your questions, share…

Event Series Finding Your Research Voice Workshop

Finding Your Research Voice Workshop

August 18 and August 25 (9am-4pm both days, must attend both) Learning to tell a compelling research story can have a significant impact on your career. It can make you stand out at professional conferences, pitch competitions, on the job market, or during an ideal networking opportunity. It is easy to tell a research story…

Event Series Finding Your Research Voice Workshop

Finding Your Research Voice Workshop

August 18 and August 25 (9am-4pm both days, must attend both) Learning to tell a compelling research story can have a significant impact on your career. It can make you stand out at professional conferences, pitch competitions, on the job market, or during an ideal networking opportunity. It is easy to tell a research story…

Innovation & Entrepreneurship Workshop: Developing Entrepreneurial Mindset

Webinar

Learn how to think like a successful startup founder in this introductory workshop. You’ll find out from the experts what it takes to launch a startup that solves real-world problems and addresses customers’ needs. Ken Rother, director of Rev: Ithaca Startup Works and eLab, will lead the workshop and moderate a panel with Stephanie Wisner, co-founder of Centivax, and…

CV To Resume Workshop

Zoom

This webinar will help you target common terms used in industry, non-profit and government jobs; basic resume structure and tips on highlighting your PhD skillsets to position YOU as the preferred job candidate. This webinar is open to all PhD students and postdocs. To Register For more events, please visit gradcareers.cornell.edu. Accessibility Requests We strive…

Careers Beyond Academia Small Group Discussion

Zoom

Does your career plan need a tune-up? Join us online to find out how we can help you get the most out of Careers Beyond Academia. If you are interested in exploring your options and want to meet colleagues who are considering careers outside of a traditional tenure-track role, sign up for a small group session. Bring your questions, share…

Online info session: Cornell Technology Licensing Practicum

The Center for Technology Licensing at Cornell University (CTL) has historically benefited greatly from working with Cornell’s bright, passionate, and creative students whose many contributions have helped CTL translate Cornell’s innovations into products and services for the benefit of society. We are also proud to know those who have worked with us in the past…

Food Industry Mixer

148 Stocking Hall 411 Tower Rd, Ithaca, NY

Free - For all graduate students and Faculty with an interest in food Interdiscplinary Networking: Forge invaluable connections with graduate students and faculty from diverse disciplines all focused on the food and agriculture sector. Discover Collaborations: Unearth opportunities for research, innovation, and entrepeneurship across campus. Broaden Your Horizons: Get a taste of the many facets…

Entrepreneurship Kickoff

eHub Collegetown 409 College Ave, Ithaca

The annual Entrepreneurship Kickoff hosted by Entrepreneurship at Cornell will be held September 6, 2023, 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. at eHub in Collegetown.  Open to all members of the Cornell community. Receive an overview of the rapidly growing Entrepreneurship at Cornell ecosystem Watch select eLab applicants’ pitches Interact with live representatives from over 20 academic…

ProPhounD Workshop – From Academic Training to Drug Discovery: Where Are They Now?

Virtual Session NY, United States

Have you ever wondered about the careers of successful postdocs and graduate students who decided not to pursue a career as a professor? Are you interested in learning more about organizations and roles outside of academia? Join ProPhounD for interactive discussions with PhD holders who have successful experience at great organizations after finishing their PhD or postdoctoral…

Food Systems Career Fair

148 Stocking Hall 411 Tower Rd, Ithaca, NY

Cornell Institute for Food Systems (CIFS) will host a career fair on Monday, September 11, 2023 in the Stocking Hall Conference Center (Rm. 148).  The fair will run 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., and from 1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Students from all degree programs/majors interested in food industry careers are invited to attend. Meet…

Live Immune Podcast Recording with Ellen Rothenberg

Lecture Hall 4 Veterinary Education Center 606 Tower Rd, Ithaca, NY, United States

Interested in Science Communication? Curious how podcasting works?  The Immune podcast will host a conversation with Cornell's A.D. White Professor-at-Large Ellen Rothenberg Tuesday, September 12, 2-3 p.m. Learn about Dr. Rothenberg's career, research, mentoring and more.  Meet and Greet with the Immune team including Earth's Virology Professor and creator of TWiV and Microbe.tv, Vincent Racaniello,…

Event Series Online University-wide Career Fair Days

Online University-wide Career Fair Days

Virtual Session NY, United States

Virtual University-wide Career Fair Days Day 1 - STEM Handshake Registration Day 2 - All Industries Handshake Registration All graduate students are automatically added to Handshake; interested postdocs should contact Christine Holmes ch18@cornell.edu to be added. September 13 and 14, 2023 (12:00 pm - 5:00 pm) For more information, contact: careerfairs@cornell.edu

Vaccination Conversations with Scientists General Body Meeting

100 Caldwell Hall 121 Reservoir Avenue, Ithaca, NY, United States

in-person in Caldwell 100 or via Zoom Join us to learn about how to volunteer with VaCS to advocate for vaccines through one-on-one conversations with local Tompkins County residents, in collaboration with the county health department! VaCS outreach is a great way to develop science communication skills while helping to protect the health of our…

2023 Cornell NanoScale Science and Technology Facility (CNF) Annual Meeting

Biotechnology Building 526 Campus Road, Ithaca, NY, United States

The 46th CNF Annual Meeting will be a full day with a keynote speaker, many presentations from current CNF users, "anchor" presentations from current CNF principal investigators, and bring back a past Whetten Award winner to update us on her chosen career path. In addition, there will be a Poster Session & Corporate Soiree for…

Event Series Online University-wide Career Fair Days

Online University-wide Career Fair Days

Virtual Session NY, United States

Virtual University-wide Career Fair Days Day 1 - STEM Handshake Registration Day 2 - All Industries Handshake Registration All graduate students are automatically added to Handshake; interested postdocs should contact Christine Holmes ch18@cornell.edu to be added. September 13 and 14, 2023 (12:00 pm - 5:00 pm) For more information, contact: careerfairs@cornell.edu

Careers for PhDs: Industry Research

Webinar

Vinnie Ustach, PhD, will discuss his path from graduate school at UC Davis through a postdoc at U of Maryland and on to a rapidly evolving career with the genetic testing company GeneDx, where he began as a Data Scientist and currently serves as Senior Machine Learning Engineer. Ustach will offer advice for current PhD students…

Graduate Internship Panel and Reception

116 Upson Hall 124 Hoy Rd., Ithaca, NY

This SGRS pop up event will raise awareness of the benefits of internships by highlighting how students are able to apply their research skills beyond Cornell in national labs, industry and startup settings. Many successful careers beyond academia begin with an internship or practicum experience, as the Doctoral Career Outcomes surveys reveal. Who should attend…

Innovation & Entrepreneurship Workshop: Launching Your Startup

Webinar

Ready to launch a startup around your innovative idea? Designed to equip aspiring entrepreneurs with the knowledge they need to get a business up and running, this workshop will cover: Corporate legal fundamentals Company formation Assignment of invention Vesting agreements and equity allocation Building and managing boards of directors or advisors What it means to…

Explore Careers Outside Academia

Zoom

In today’s day and age, more and more postdocs and graduate students are open to the idea of careers beyond academia. Have you ever wondered how to start this transition and what are some things you need to think about before taking action? In this session, we will talk about how to start exploring career…

P&G Info session

If you are interested in a career of applied research beyond academia and are within 24 months of completing your doctoral program or post-doc appointment at Cornell, please take look at the info below and attend the session on Wed. 9/20 @5-6:30pm online. P&G is hiring qualified doctoral and postdoctoral scientists for a variety of…

Interested in quantitative finance, but don’t know how to enter the sector?

Join a recruiting coordinator at SIG, a quant finance company for an information session and puzzle night for Cornell PhD students and postdocs on Friday, September 22. Especial invitations extended to Math, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Physics, Statistics, Economics, and ORIE departments, but anyone in any field who is interested is welcome to learn more.…

Interested in quantitative finance, but don’t know how to enter the sector?

Join a recruiting coordinator at SIG, a quant finance company for an information session and puzzle night for Cornell PhD students and postdocs on Friday, September 22. Especial invitations extended to Math, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Physics, Statistics, Economics, and ORIE departments, but anyone in any field who is interested is welcome to learn more.…

CTL IP Series: Understanding the Technology Transfer Process

Webinar

The Center for Technology Licensing Intellectual Property (IP) series features guest speakers who will provide an overview of the different types for IP, updates on the latest changes in the IP landscape, and impact on strategies for protecting Cornell IP. For the first IP Series of the season, the Center for Technology Licensing team will…

Leadership Workshop: Media Relations & Student Life

Webinar

In this workshop, there will be discussion on best practices when engaging with external, independent media outlets. The session will include an overview of the current media landscape and some tips on how to best craft and deliver your message. Register to attend.

Merck Preclinical Development visit to Cornell

Biotechnology Building, G01 Ithaca, NY, United States

Join scientists from Preclinical Development at Merck for a session where you will learn how a variety of disciplines are involved in bringing pharmaceuticals from discovery, through development, and to the clinic. You’ll hear from Merck scientists about their career paths and how you might leverage your training for exciting positions in pharmaceutical development. The…

Should I Do a Postdoc?

Zoom

Are you a graduate student wondering if you might want to seek a postdoctoral position on the way to the next stage of your career? Come hear an interactive presentation and engage in breakout discussion and question and answer by general field of study. Topics discussed will include: reasons to do a postdoctoral position, types…

Innovation & Entrepreneurship Workshop: Protecting Your IP

Webinar

Learn how to protect your intellectual property in this virtual session. Register to attend. This workshop is part of a virtual series presented in partnership with the Center for Regional Economic Advancement, a division of the Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation. The series welcomes faculty, post-docs, graduate, and undergraduate students to explore…

Cornell Engineering Luncheon: Commercialization Resources

116 Upson Hall 124 Hoy Rd., Ithaca, NY

Connect with other Cornell Engineering researchers and learn about the entrepreneurship resources available to you at this exclusive lunchtime event. Hosted by the Cornell Engineering Entrepreneurs in Residence program, this luncheon will feature networking and information about mentorship, funding opportunities, legal guidance, and entrepreneurship programs available to Cornell engineers.   This event is open to Cornell PhDs and postdocs in the…

Science Journal Editors Give Advice!

Webinar

Are you getting ready to publish your research? Wondering how to maximize your chances of getting your paper accepted? Learn from the experts on publishing your work in journals. What are some common author mistakes? Where do you send a paper next if one is rejected? Join us to find out and bring your questions…

Share research and ideas with Syngenta

102 Mann Library 237 Mann Drive, Ithaca, NY, United States

Calling a select group of doctoral students and postdocs doing research related to the mission of Syngenta loosely in several focus areas. This opportunity is designed to source ideas from many different disciplines, from plant, soil, and animal sciences, to nutrition, chemistry, microbiology, or engineering fields. Especial interest has been expressed by the Syngenta team…

BD Technology Leadership Development Program Info Session

Webinar

BD’s Technology Leadership Development Program (TLDP), a premiere R&D rotational program for PhDs in the STEM fields is hiring! Attend one of the virtual info sessions to learn more about the role, and to get inside tips on the application process. Info dates: October 12, 7PM ET October 19, 5PM ET RSVP for Info Sessions…

A Career in Genomics Sciences

Stocking Hall 146 (the PepsiCo Auditorium)

Cornell PhD (microbiology) alumna Dr. Karen Nelson is the Chief Scientific Officer of Thermo Fisher Scientific and previously served as President of the J. Craig Venter Institute. She is the 2023 Dale Bauman lecture invited speaker. “A Career in the Genomics Sciences” speaker: Karen Nelson, Ph.D. Chief Scientific Officer Thermo Fisher Scientific Frederick, MD October…

STEM PhD Virtual Networking Session

Webinar

If you are a Ph.D. candidate looking for a great way to connect with employers, you are invited to participate in the STEM Ph.D. Virtual Networking Fair, hosted by Cornell Engineering Career Center and Careers Beyond Academia. Register in Handshake.

P&G Information Session

Online

If you are interested in a career of applied research beyond academia and are within 24 months of completing your doctoral program or post-doc appointment at Cornell, please keep reading. P&G is hiring qualified doctoral and postdoctoral scientists for a variety of challenging Research & Development positions (including Ph.D. internships) in Cincinnati, Ohio. R&D professionals…

Food Hackathon

Stocking Hall

There are only limited spots still available to participate in this October’s Food Hackathon. Join the more than 90 Cornell students already registered who will be tackling a variety of food innovation challenges and competing for cash prizes generously provided by our event sponsors. No team? No problem. Kinda nervous? No worries, most students are.…

BD Technology Leadership Development Program Info Session

Webinar

BD’s Technology Leadership Development Program (TLDP), a premiere R&D rotational program for PhDs in the STEM fields is hiring! Attend one of the virtual info sessions to learn more about the role, and to get inside tips on the application process. Info dates: October 12, 7PM ET October 19, 5PM ET RSVP for Info Sessions…

Public Communication of Science panel

Warren Hall 101

To kick off the weekend workshop COMM5660, there is a panel of professionals who communicate science with various publics, in many forms. Join a panel of speakers to be inspired about how as a graduate student or postdoc you could take advantage of opportunities to engage in communication of your research, science in general, and…

Event Series What Can You Be with a PhD?

What Can You Be with a PhD?

Virtual Session NY, United States

What Can You Be With a PhD? is the longest-running and largest biomedical career symposium in the US, and this year’s event will take place exclusively online on October 21st and 22nd. Historically, every major academic research institution in the New York City metro area has been a co-sponsor, with considerable support from local and…

Event Series What Can You Be with a PhD?

What Can You Be with a PhD?

Virtual Session NY, United States

What Can You Be With a PhD? is the longest-running and largest biomedical career symposium in the US, and this year’s event will take place exclusively online on October 21st and 22nd. Historically, every major academic research institution in the New York City metro area has been a co-sponsor, with considerable support from local and…

Rafael Luna, Novartis Institutes of BioMedical Research

Science, entrepreneurship, higher education administration, strategy and mentoring all in one career? Dr. Luna will briefly introduce the Novartis Institute of BioMedical Research (NIBR) and its role in contributing towards biomedical education, research, and innovation. He will further discuss his career journey and give insights on how to most effectively share your research narrative. We…

Integrating Degree Completion and Market Preparation

Zoom NY, United States

You do not have to put off market preparation to finish your degree.  Strategically chosen professional development activities will improve the quality of your dissertation and help you complete your work on time.  With proper synergy, you can start preparing for the market early – even in the first years of your degree. Christopher L. Pallas earned his…

Private Contributions for the Public Good: The Role of Philanthropy in Science

Lecture Hall 5 Veterinary Education Center 606 Tower Road, Ithaca, NY, United States

Lecture by Stephen Quake, Ph.D. (Andrew D. White Professor-at-Large at Cornell; Chan Zuckerberg Initiative) followed by panel discussion. Dr. Stephen Quake is a scientist, inventor and entrepreneur whose research is at the nexus of biology, physics and technology development. Dr. Quake has received numerous awards for his work and has been elected to the National…

Careers for PhDs: Nonprofits

Zoom NY, United States

Beyond academia, few employers align better with the interests and values of PhDs than nonprofit organizations, where advanced research skills, ability in project management, and a commitment to general welfare are all in demand. But what is it really like to work for a nonprofit? Three PhD alums will share their professional journeys, daily working…

Corteva-Cornell Networking Program Info Session

Webinar

Do you have an interest in industry or growing your network? The Corteva-Cornell Networking Program (CCNP) is a virtual networking program between Corteva Agriscience employees and graduate students to provide you with the opportunity to learn more about industry careers. Join the informational session on Monday, October 30th from 4pm to 5pm virtually to hear…

Eclectic Convergence Cornell Entrepreneurship Summit

Verizon Executive Education Center at Cornell Tech 2 West Loop Road, New York, NY, United States

Full day conference at Cornell Tech featuring an eclectic mix of speakers and their personal stories and perspectives on building their iconic enterprises.  This event is a fantastic way to rub shoulders with professionals in the field and get input on projects and ideas. For more details, visit the Eclectic Convergence 2023 website. Sponsorship for…

Microbiome Data Analysis Workshop

Corson-Mudd Hall A409 215 Tower Rd, Ithaca, NY, United States

The workshop will cover microbiome metadata management, F.A.I.R (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) data standards, and workflow standardization tools offered by the National Microbiome Data Collaborative (NMDC). Please bring a laptop if you would like to participate.  Register to attend Led by Daniel Sprockette, PhD. Learn more at: https://nmdc-edge.org

Women in Science Now: How to Use Science to Overcome the Remaining Hurdles to Equity Public Book Talk

Alice Statler Auditorium, Statler Hall

Speaker: Lisa M.P. Munoz, ‘00, author and science writer Date: November 6, 2023 Time: 3:30-5:00 pm (dessert reception to immediately follow) Location: Alice Statler Auditorium, Statler Hall Registration: Register via Qualtrics. Join us for a book talk with Cornell alumna Lisa M.P. Munoz, science writer and author of “Women in Science Now: Stories and Strategies…

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Virtual Research Career, Education and Training Fair

Webinar

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital will be hosting a virtual Research Career, Education and Training Fair on Wednesday, November 8, from 10:30 AM – 3:30 PM CDT on the CareerEco platform. Registration is FREE through THIS LINK. This event is geared towards students, trainees and professionals in biomedical research, clinical research and research information technology…

Innovation & Entrepreneurship Workshop: Attracting Investment

Webinar

Learn how to attract investors in this virtual session. Register to attend. This workshop is part of a virtual series presented in partnership with the Center for Regional Economic Advancement, a division of the Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation. The series welcomes faculty, post-docs, graduate, and undergraduate students to explore the potential…

Careers Beyond Academia: Small group discussion

Zoom

Does your career plan need a tune-up? Join us online to find out how we can help you get the most out of Careers Beyond Academia. If you are interested in exploring your options and want to meet colleagues who are considering careers outside of a traditional tenure-track role, sign up for a small group session. Bring your questions, share…

Pursuing Careers in Business Development, Corporate Research and Sales

Webinar

From The Versatile PhD Pathways Series: Business development and research roles inside companies draw from a range of skills, knowledge and domain expertise. They are also significantly populated by PhDs and post-graduates around the world and can offer terrific career mobility. Dr. Ray Price has worked across many roles and brings fresh insight into what…

Innovation & Entrepreneurship Workshop: Choosing an Accelerator

Webinar

Learn what to consider when choosing an accelerator or incubator in this virtual session. Register to attend. This workshop is part of a virtual series presented in partnership with the Center for Regional Economic Advancement, a division of the Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation. The series welcomes faculty, post-docs, graduate, and undergraduate…

Exponent Technical Consulting Seminar and Q&A Session

331 Upson Hall

Exponent Engineering and Scientific Consulting invites all levels of Ph.D. students to attend this session featuring Daniel Palmer, Ph.D., '22, and Zach Lamport, Ph.D.    

Flagship Pioneering Summer Fellowships Info Session

Webinar

Attend the January 18th Info Session to learn about summer fellowships at Flagship Pioneering, a VC firm in Cambridge MA, known for starting 100+ biotech companies over the past two decades, including Moderna, Alltrna, and Cellarity.

NSF I-Corps Information Session

Webinar

Calling all researchers! If you have been working on a technology innovation and wish to explore its commercialization potential, I-Corps can provide you with entrepreneurial education, mentoring, and up to $50,000 in funding for customer discovery.  Hosted by the Interior Northeast I-Corps Hub (IN I-Corps), the virtual NSF I-Corps Information Session on Tuesday, January 23 (12:00 –…

Finding Inclusive Community: Alumni Conversations on Thriving in the Workplace

Zoom NY, United States

As you start your job and internship search or consider that exciting job offer, do you ever wonder about the work/life balance and what defines an inclusive, safe community in the workplace and beyond? Join Cornell Career Services for an eye-opening event where you'll gain the tools to navigate these crucial questions. Learn how to…

I&E Workshop: Is Your Startup Technology Driven or Enabled?

Webinar

Does your startup harness cutting-edge technology as its core foundation, or leverage technology to enhance existing processes? Depending on your answer, you’ll encounter different strategies, market advantages, and challenges on your entrepreneurial journey. Learn how to shape your approach to business growth and development accordingly at this free workshop! Register to attend. Hosted by Cornell…

Information Session on the Cornell Three Minute Thesis (3MT)

Zoom

Learn about the Three-Minute Thesis competition: history, format, judging, prizes, and how Cornell offers the chance to participate. Organizers will field your questions about competing in the Cornell Graduate School competition in Spring 2024. Register online to attend an information session.

Ignite Connect: Accelerating Impact

Online

Join online a world of groundbreaking innovation and collaboration: an exclusive Executive Interview that's set to inspire. Peggy Koenig, esteemed Chair of the Executive Committee at Cornell BOT and Chair Emeritus of Abry Partners, LLC, will take the stage with Dr. Greeshma Gadikota, Co-founder of Carbon To Stone and a shining example of what the…

Animal Health Hackathon

Schurman Hall

This only happens once a year. Don't miss your chance! Any Cornell student, any degree program, any field of study is invited to join vet students in the animal health focused hackathon. Over a dozen sponsors onsite, tons of mentors for lots of networking. An IBM led Design Workshop, good food, merch, 50 mentors and a beautiful…

Job Search Strategies for International Non-STEM Students

Zoom NY, United States

Searching for jobs is difficult for international students. It's all the more difficult for students outside of STEM and Finance fields. During this workshop from Cornell Career Services (CCS), we will focus on strategies to elevate your job search, key resources, and tips for locating international student-friendly internship and full-time employers. We will also discuss…

Finding Your Research Voice Workshop

February 9 and 10 (9am-4pm both days, must attend both) Learning to tell a compelling research story can have a significant impact on your career. It can make you stand out at professional conferences, pitch competitions, on the job market, or during an ideal networking opportunity. It is easy to tell a research story badly. We…

Climate Tech Translation with Madison Savilow

148 Stocking Hall 411 Tower Rd, Ithaca, NY

Looking to make a real-world impact with your innovative climate tech research? Explore the potential of entrepreneurship to advance climate solutions, creating jobs and stimulating the economy in the process, at this free event co-hosted by W.E. Cornell and the Cornell Atkinson Center for Sustainability. In a fireside chat with Andrea Ippolito ’06, M.Eng. ’07, Director of…

Finding Your Research Voice Workshop

February 9 and 10 (9am-4pm both days, must attend both) Learning to tell a compelling research story can have a significant impact on your career. It can make you stand out at professional conferences, pitch competitions, on the job market, or during an ideal networking opportunity. It is easy to tell a research story badly. We…

I&E Workshop: Developing Novel IP Within a Startup

Webinar

University researchers benefit from various technology licensing resources to protect their innovations, but startups face the challenge of safeguarding intellectual property (IP) developed outside of the university, through internal research and development. Join this free workshop to find out how to finance R&D, including through tokenizing the resultant IP assets, and how startup executives should…

Create an Employer-Ready LinkedIn Profile

341 Caldwell Hall 121 Reservoir Avenue, Ithaca, NY, United States

We’ll start with a short overview presentation with pro tips on how to use LinkedIn, some exercises to identify a good tagline, and a very interactive session where participants work on their own profiles and critique others’ –so you will need to bring your own computer. Handy tips will be shared among participants at the…

Digital Agriculture Hackathon

Schurman Hall

Over the next few decades, a rising global population, increasing wealth, changing consumer demand and climate variation will put growing pressure on food systems. While global demand might be met through current agricultural practices in the short term, these strategies are unsustainable for the long term. Globally, agriculture demands a radical transformation. Open to ALL STUDENTS…

CV To Resume Workshop

Zoom

This webinar will help you target common terms used in industry, non-profit and government jobs; basic resume structure and tips on highlighting your PhD skillsets to position YOU as the preferred job candidate. This webinar is open to all PhD students and postdocs. To Register For more events, please visit gradcareers.cornell.edu. Accessibility Requests We strive…

Career Resilience: Sesame Street to Google with Jennifer Kotler Clarke, PhD

Zoom NY, United States

Join the Cornell Technology Business Network (CTBN) Wednesday, Feb 21st, at 11:30am/PST (2:30pm/EST), for "Career Resilience:  Transitioning from Sesame Street to Google" with Jennifer Kotler Clarke, PhD '94, Human Development and Family Studies. Register to attend.

UC Berkeley Beyond Academia 2024 Conference

Zoom NY, United States

Are you curious about what you can do with your PhD beyond the traditional academic track? Are you looking to build your professional network? Attend the 12th Annual Beyond Academia Conference to learn about the engaging and exciting career paths that you can pursue with a PhD. With 2 keynotes, 20 career exploration panels, 10…

All Ivy Environmental & Sustainable Development Career Fair

Alfred J. Lerner Hall, Columbia University 2920 Broadway, New York, NY, United States

Each year, the eight Ivy League schools come together to produce a unique and inspiring career fair that provides companies unparalleled access to students who have the skills and knowledge to address the complex sustainability and climate challenges of our global economy. All undergraduate, graduate, and professional degree students from the Ivy League schools are…

Melissa Musiker

148 Stocking Hall 411 Tower Rd, Ithaca, NY

DATE CHANGED TO FEBRUARY 23. Melissa Musiker DNS'03 from UPSIDE Foods will speak at Cornell Feb. 5 at noon in Stocking Hall 148. Bring your own lunch; snacks and drinks will be provided. Networking will follow the talk and Q&A. About the speaker https://www.human.cornell.edu/dns/spotlights/musiker Musiker currently serves as a business advisor to Cornell's Center for…

SBIR/STTR Workshop: Application Process & Funding Options for Startups

Zoom NY, United States

Ready to secure non-dilutive funding to take your startup to the next level? Join Kirk Macolini, President of InteliSpark, LLC, for this virtual workshop providing insights into the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) application process and how to find other non-dilutive funding sources. During the workshop, Macolini will discuss…

Inspiring Career Paths in Biotech with Illumina

Webinar

Join this panel discussion to hear directly from Illumina employees about their career journeys and what it is like to work in the biotech industry.  Register now. Panelists: Karen Marmolejo, Sr Supplier Quality Engineer Rahul Gupta, Associate Director, Price Strategy Jason Torres, Scientist 1, Clinical Solutions Assay Development DPT

Health Hackathon

Since 2014, this once a year hackathon is open to any college student - any degree program, any field of study. Join doctors, developers, scientists, designers and more for this human health centric hackathon. With a focus on patient safety- you pick your area of interest and rapidly prototype a solution. In partnership with Weill Cornell Medicine's Clinical…

Explore Careers Outside Academia

Zoom

In today’s day and age, more and more postdocs and graduate students are open to the idea of careers beyond academia. Have you ever wondered how to start this transition and what are some things you need to think about before taking action? In this session, we will talk about how to start exploring career…

I&E Workshop: Building Your Team

Webinar

Cornell Research & Innovation offers the virtual Innovation & Entrepreneurship Workshop Series to faculty, post-docs, graduate, and undergraduate students at Cornell University to explore the potential of launching a business grounded in research. Innovators are not required to attend every workshop, but the series is designed to explore the entrepreneurial journey from ideation to operation.…

CBE Spring Seminar with Judge John Murphy

255 Olin Hall 113 Ho Plaza, Ithaca, NY, United States

How a Cornell Chemical Engineer Became a Federal Judge, and the Lessons Learned Along the Way In this talk, Judge Murphy will trace his path from Olin Hall to the halls of justice, and share a few insights he's had over the years.  Loosely under that umbrella, he'll cover topics like: (i) how the law…

Choate Virtual Career Exploration Event

Zoom NY, United States

Graduate students and post-docs with specialties in biology, chemistry, or engineering are invited to Choate's Patent and Intellectual Property virtual “Cocktail Reception and Career Exploration!” Meet Partners, Associates, Patent Agents, and Staff Scientists from Choate, Hall & Stewart LLP (Choate), and learn about how their science expertise translates into a career in Intellectual Property. A…

2024 Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition

G10 Biotechnology Building 526 Campus Road, Ithaca, NY, United States

Three Minute Thesis (3MT) is a competition for graduate students to develop and showcase their research communication skills. The 2024 final round competition will be held in-person on Wednesday, March 20, 2024.  Attend and vote for your favorite presentation for the People’s Choice Award! 3MT challenges research degree students to present a compelling story on…

Career Pathways in Anti-Microbial Therapies

Lecture Hall 2 Veterinary Education Center

Discussions about careers in pharma, biotech, and academia led by: Jared Silverman, Head of Translational Discovery a the Bill and Melinda Gates Medical Research Institute Brian Vanderven, Associate Professor of Microbiology & Immunology in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University and Craig Altier, Professor in the Department of Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences…

Careers for PhDs: Science Writing

Zoom NY, United States

You enrolled in a STEM doctoral program because you love science. But if you’re like a large proportion of your fellow PhD students, you may be rethinking whether a bench scientist career is for you. Science writing, and science communication more generally, can offer a great way to keep the wonder of science at the…

Science Communication Workshop

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. A public panel discussion on Opportunities in Science Communication kicks off the COMM 5660 course and is held Friday 4:30-6:30pm. The Friday…

Career paths in scientific writing and continuing medical education with PRIME

Online

Are you a postdoc or current graduate student pursuing a PhD in a biomedical-related field? Are you looking to move your career away from the bench? Do you enjoy scientific and medical writing?  Do you have a passion for advancing patient care? If so, PRIME would like to invite you to join our award-winning Scientific Affairs team…

Alumni career panel discussion

Morrison 146

ASGSA is excited to present this year’s Alumni Panel Discussion, bringing together graduates from diverse backgrounds to share their professional journeys and insights with current students. This event will feature a panel of five distinguished alumni who have returned to campus to engage in a candid discussion and interactive Q&A session. Attendees will have the…

NYAS Pathways to Success: Effective Mentorship in STEM

Webinar

Mentorship is a collaborative learning relationship that benefits all participants. In fact, effective mentorship is a key factor contributing to a high rate of degree attainment, increased social and self awareness, sharper communication skills, career satisfaction, and other benefits that last for many years. The New York Academy of Sciences is thrilled to partner with…

SBIR/STTR Workshop: Application Process & Funding Options for Startups

Webinar

Ready to secure non-dilutive funding to take your startup to the next level? Join Kirk Macolini, President of InteliSpark, LLC, for this virtual workshop providing insights into the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) application process and how to find other non-dilutive funding sources. During the workshop, Macolini will discuss…

Advancing Science and Policy seeks new members

Mann Library, Room 102 237 Mann Drive, Ithaca, New York

Cornell Advancing Science and Policy (ASAP) is seeking new members and looking to connect with existing members!  ASAP is a student-run organization that connects graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and other members of the Cornell community with science policy on and off campus. ASAP strives to provide opportunities to engage with decision making, meet other policy-interested scientists,…