The Galapagos Science Center Symposium was created in 2016, with the 1st Symposium on Research and Conservation GSC-DPNG. The symposium aims to bring together scientists from the Galapagos Science Center, the Galapagos National Park, our scientific partners from around the world, and most importantly, the local … Read more
June 28 @ 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm In this workshop series, developed in partnership with UNC’s IMSD, participants will analyze a pair of complementary videos – realistic scenarios based on research and the real lived experiences of our colleagues here at … Read more
In this session, participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and seek feedback on their qualitative analysis from facilitators and other attendees.
Session 5: Teaching Faculty Job Search & Materials - June 29 - with Guest Speaker (coming soon!) & Invited Faculty Panel - Confirmed Faculty Panelists include: Shveta Parekh, PhD | Teaching Assistant Professor | UNC Laura Ott, PhD | Teaching Assistant Professor | … Read more
Fenella Saunders, Editor-in-Chief of American Scientist magazine, will discuss what science communication is, how science communication is its own science, and how it can help to not only increase public understanding of science, but also move the needle on how … Read more
Session 6: Teaching-Adjacent Careers Job Search & Materials: Higher Ed Academic Admin, Science Communication, and Science Outreach Careers - July 6 - with Dave McDonald, PhD, BBSP Director, UNC Office of Graduate Education & Career Panel - Confirmed Panelists include: Sabrina Powell, … Read more
, Dr. Collins will give an overview of the K99/R00 and CASI programs and provide some tips for thinking about when to apply, which center to apply to, broad tips on specific aims & other aspects as well as comparing and contrasting the K99/R00 and the CASI award, showcasing reviewer comments on each.
Getting the word out to the public about your exciting research is an important part of being a researcher. However, has anybody ever told you about the dos and don’ts when it comes to engaging media? Join Catherine Posler for this session explaining the best way to communicate your research to media outlets, how to craft your messages and talking points, and employ good interview tactics.