Spring 2012 Career Development Webinar Series Schedule

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Spring 2012 Career Development Webinar Series Schedule

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Spring 2012 Career Development Webinar Series

The Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS) and the NSF
Arctic System Science Thermokarst Project invite you to participate in
the Spring 2012 Career Development Webinar Series. Unless otherwise
noted, webinars will take place each Wednesday at 1800 GMT beginning
on 8 February through 28 March 2012.

For participation information, presentation descriptions, presenter
biographies, and recordings of previous webinars please go to:
http://apecs.is/webinars. For questions, please email:
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This will be the only webinar announcement to Cryolist, so if you are
interested in receiving weekly webinar reminders, please subscribe to
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WEBINAR SCHEDULE

8 February – “Airing Out Dirty Laundry: A Project's Research
Communication Milestones” Presented by: Karen Edwards, University of
Alberta

15 February [1730 GMT] – “Making Science Animations: New Possibilities
for Making Science Accessible to the Public” Presented by: Maxime
Geoffroy & Mathieu Ardyna, PhD Students at Laval University and
Takuvik Joint International Laboratory

22 February – “Road Map to Becoming a Graduate Student” Presented by:
Rich Boone, University of Alaska Fairbanks and Dean of Graduate
Studies, University of the Arctic (Currently at the US National
Science Foundation)

29 February – “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Tips for Successful
Photography in the Polar Regions” Presented by: Chris Linder, Woods
Hole Oceanographic Institution

7 March – “Making the Transition from Academia to Consulting” Panel
discussion by: Cameron McNaughton, Goldner Associates Ltd., Alex
Taylor, Goldner Associates Ltd., Pablo Wainstein, and Kristina
Bäckstrand, Enact Sustainable Solutions

14 March – “Getting Your Message Across: How to Talk to the Media”
Presented by: Marion Coomey, Ryerson University

21 March – “Journal Article Publishing: The Review Process, Ethics,
Publishing Contracts, Open Access, and the Kitchen Sink” Presented by:
Caroline Sutton, Co-Action Publishing & Helle Goldman, Polar Research

28 March – To Be Determined


TO ATTEND A WEBINAR

Each webinar will be conducted using the GoToWebinar platform. To
register in advance or join a webinar in session, go to
http://apecs.is/webinars, select a webinar and click on the "Register
or Join this Webinar" link on the right side of the table. To attend a
webinar you just need your computer or smartphone, an internet
connection, and a headset or headphones and a built-in microphone is
recommended. We are not using webcams or telephones, so you do not
need a web cam or telephone to participate.

This webinar series is a collaborative effort between APECS and the
U.S. NSF ARCSS Thermokarst Project. GoToWebinar has been provided as
an in-kind contribution from Bredbåndsfylket.
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PhD and MRes opportunities at the University of Ulster (Northern Ireland)

Benetti, Sara

Dear all,

 

Please circulate among students who may be interested.

We are advertising a series of PhD and MRes projects starting next academic year in our Environmental Sciences Research Institute.

http://www.science.ulster.ac.uk/gradschool/-Environmental-Sciences-.html#page=priortyprojects

http://www.science.ulster.ac.uk/gradschool/-Environmental-Sciences-.html#page=mresprojects

 

There are several focussed on the Quaternary glacial record in Ireland; the following ones are supervised by me and colleagues at Durham University (UK), Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin.

 

PhD: Variability of the British-Irish Ice Sheet in the Rockall Trough (North Atlantic) through ice-rafted debris and micro-faunal record.

http://www.science.ulster.ac.uk/gradschool/Variability-of-the-British-Irish.html

PhD: Late Quaternary glaciation of the continental shelf offshore of west Ireland

http://www.science.ulster.ac.uk/gradschool/Late-quaternary-glaciation-of-the.html

MRes: Glacial processes on the Irish continental shelf

http://www.science.ulster.ac.uk/gradschool/Glacial-processes-on-the-Irish.html

 

A few more on Irish glaciations are supervised by other members of staff.

 

Detailed project outlines can be downloaded from the above links.

 

Deadline for applications is 23 March 2012.

Funding is available for students of all nationalities based on academic record and performance at interview, see http://research.ulster.ac.uk/info/prospective/funding.html

 

 

Thanks

Sara

 

________________________________________

Dr Sara Benetti

Lecturer in Environmental Change

School of Environmental Sciences

University of Ulster

Cromore Road

Coleraine

BT52 1SA

Northern Ireland

 

Phone: +44 (0)28 70123113

 

email: [hidden email]

http://www.science.ulster.ac.uk/esri/Sara-Benetti.html#page=background

 


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