Previous Workshops, Seminars, & Events
April 12, 2018, 1-3 PM, MZ106
Panel discussion to extend your understanding of the publication, submission, and review process. A web seminar with Michigan University of Technology. For additional information please contact Roel Snieder at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Collaboration Tools for Managing Research and Publishing Workflow (Ye Li, email@example.com)
April 4, 2018, time and location TBD, (part of GRADS conference).
Introduce technology options, including electronic lab notebooks, Open Science Frameworks, reference management tools, Overleaf, open repository and preprint servers etc., and good practices for managing your research and publishing workflow.
March 22, 2018, 1-3 PM, MZ106
Enhance your understanding of the role of ethics in STEM professions. A web seminar with Michigan University of Technology. For additional information please contact Roel Snieder at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Author Rights and Open Scholarship (Ye Li, email@example.com)
March 15, 2018, 12-1:30PM, Boettcher Room, Library
Understand your rights as an academic author. Learn how open access can help enhance your research impact, and how to protect your intellectual property while opening up your research.
Effective Negotiation Strategies
March 1, 2018, 1-3 PM, MZ106
Develop and broaden negotiation skills for professional enhancement. A web seminar with Michigan University of Technology. For additional information please contact Roel Snieder at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Negotiation and Communication Seminar for Women
March 05, 2018 4-6 PM, CT 102
Society of Physics Students has invited an APS representative to give a seminar on communication and negotiation for women in STEM. This seminar will help teach professional skills necessary to succeed in a science-based career including how to negotiate a graduate or professional position, how to interact positively with a mentor or advisor, how to enhance personal presence, and more! For additional information, please contact Alexandra Culler at email@example.com.
We will provide pizza during this event. This event is open to everyone (students, faculty, men, and women), but will be focused on women in science.
If you are interested, please fill out the form at this link* by March 2nd: Negotiation Seminar RSVP
Building Up Your Scholarly Identity (Ye Li, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Feb 15, 2018, 12 – 1:30PM, Boettcher Room, Library
Learn how to establish your scholarly identity via ORCID profile and how to make the best out of online profile and network for scholars such as Google Scholar Profiles, ResearchGate, and Mendeley etc.
Assuming Leadership Positions
January 25, 2018, 1-3 PM, MZ106
Learn Techniques, Strategies and Competencies for Advancement into Leadership Roles. A web seminar with Michigan University of Technology. For additional information please contact Roel Snieder at email@example.com.
How (Not) to Give a Truly Terrible Talk (Roel Snieder, firstname.lastname@example.org)
January 24, 2018, 4-5 PM, Brown Hall 205
Did you ever listen to a presentation that was poorly delivered, where you felt you were wasting your time? It happens, and when it does, you don’t want to be the speaker doing the delivery. In this workshop we will compare the same talk when presented in two different ways and use this comparison to establish clarity on the do’s and dont’s of oral presentations. After attending this workshop you know the importance of telling–and repeating–a story, the basics of effective use and design of slides, and how to use your voice and body for a compelling delivery.
Carpentry Workshop (Ye Li, email@example.com)
January 20-21, 2018, 9AM – 4:30PM, Boettcher Room, Library, Software
Improve your research computing skills and make your data analysis more reproducible and automated. Details: https://minescarpentries.github.io/2018-01-20-coloradomines/
November 9, 2017 , 1-3 PM
Learn about team work principles and develop and design principles, leadership, and mentor skills.
Web seminar with Michigan Technological University