The Pub Club (Nov 18): Data Management (RCR)

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One of our TPC members, Siobhan Cusack (He Lab), will be leading an RCR discussion on "Data Management." One of the current challenges of biology research and science in general […]

The Pub Club (Jan 6): Joe Aung Chalk Talk

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This Friday, prior to the BMS recruitment poster session, Joe Aung (He lab) will be giving a practice chalk talk to help him prepare for his upcoming job interviews. Joe […]

Grow Your COM (Jan 6): BMS Recruitment Social

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As we have discussed before, recruitment events are great opportunities to practice your science communication skills and/or your "Elevator Pitch," and to network with the next generation of researchers. However, […]

The Pub Club (Jan 13): Identifying Science on the Edge

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This semester at The Pub Club we are working to Identify the Big Challenges or Questions our research addresses and how our Key Findings/Anticipated Findings provide Relevant Solutions. This week […]

Workshop of Interest (Jan 17): STEM Teaching Essentials Workshop

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Enhance your "Diverse Skills" by participating in the STEM Teaching Essentials Workshop hosted by Korine Steinke Wawrzynsk and Justin Micomonaco. The workshop "Impact of Undergraduate Research on Faculty Productivity and Career […]

The Pub Club (Jan 27): The Mug Club – Sheril Kirshenbaum

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Our first Mug Club Guest Speaker of 2017 is Sheril Kirshenbaum.  Sheril will lead a discussion on "Science Communication." In an article written in Feb 2014 for CNN: "No, the […]

The Pub Club (Feb 3): UG Career Day take 2

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12/09/16 - UG Small Group #2, led by Bethany In addition to our participation in PSF Recruitment, Miranda (Day lab) and Bethany (He lab) will be leading TPC's second UG […]

The Pub Club (Feb 3): PSF Recruitment Weekend

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This semester at The Pub Club we are developing our ability to effectively communicate the Big Ideas of our research to diverse audiences.  One of the best ways to do […]