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Tuesday, February 16, 2016 10:00 AM - 03:00 PM
Careers and skills for graduate students in Physics and beyond

Physics Beyond the Lab

Brought to you by the Institute of Physics Publishing, the Physics Library and the BEST Program in concert with the Office of Postdoctoral Studies and the Physics Graduate Society

With sessions on career searches, networking, arXiv publishing and data management..priority is given to Physics Graduate Students, but the sessions are open to all graduate students and postdocs based on registration, which will open at the end of January.


PRIORITY: the Physics Community can register exclusively between January 19-26

PENDING OPENINGS: Open to all grad students and postdocs starting January 27

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER-there's still some room left!

tentative schedule:

10 AM

Data Management

Wendy Kozlowski, (left), Data Curation Specialist at Olin Library & Research Data Management Services Group (RDMSG) coordinator
Sarah Wright, (right), Life Sciences Librarian at Mann Library

11 AM

Networking Workshop

Susi Varvayanis, Sr. Director, BEST Program (Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training) will facilitate an interactive session on networking, with special tips for introverts and those who don't think they might be good at it. Be ready to get lots of practice and get to know your colleagues.

noon LUNCH

Due to limited capacity, please register via the link above to be included in the lunch

1 PM


Jeff LewandowskiSenior Publisher, Institute Of Physics Publishing

2 PM


Simeon Warner, Director of Repository Development and Services, Cornell University Library

3 PM

Career "Nuts and Bolts"

Christine Holmes, Director, Office of Postdoctoral Studies will lead a practical workshop on how to approach your CV/Resume, how to conduct a job search, how to think of careers outside of academia-in short, the essentials to the start of a successful career.


401 Physical Sciences Building
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