Research publications are key to building a successful career in science, yet early-career researchers receive little instruction on how to get papers published. This workshop explains what actually happens to papers in review, how to deal with decision letters and ethical issues in publishing.
Learn how to create a win-win situation and negotiate right from start to finish in the job decision process.
Learn the strategy of being successful throughout the interview process, from the first moment of contact to after you leave the interview.
Funding for research and academic advancement is crucial for young ecologists. Yet few students know how to locate funding opportunities, given their diversity in form. This workshop introduces participants to presently available grant and fellowships and the search engines used to find them.
This session offers strategies to make the most of your week in Sacramento and covers a wide range of topics, including how to network, tips from seasoned attendees and developing your "meeting game plan."
This workshop provides activities and info to help young ecologists articulate their life and career values, interact with ecologists who have taken diverse career pathways, learn about the availability of nonacademic positions and address the challenges of pursuing a non-traditional career in ecology.
WK-4: Saturday night special! Get the Job: Early-Career Professional Development in Networking, Accessing Hidden Career Opportunities, Managing Your Research Reputation, and Partnering with Mentors
This workshop provides activities and info to help young ecologists address the challenges of pursuing a non-traditional career in ecology.