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COSEE Professional Development Optional Webinars

COSEE NOW is pleased to present an optional webinar series for Early Career Scientists. In this series, we will introduce a new tool to help you write a Broader Impact statement, explore how to use Social Networking Tools to broaden your professional network, and discuss how to interview and negotiate for an academic position. Who […]

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Gears for Scientific Success: Professional Development Workshop at WHOI

Workshop Date: Tuesday, May 22, 2012 Workshop Time: 9am –5pm Workshop Location: Smith Conference Room, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Workshop Participants – WHO should attend? Early career scientists: Those holding a doctoral degree and who are employed in a post-doctoral or tenure-track (or tenure-track-equivalent) position as an assistant professor (or equivalent title) Advanced graduate student […]

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Professional Development Workshop for Early Career Scientists

Workshop Date: Sunday, February 19, 2012 Workshop Time: 8am –5pm Workshop Location: Hotel Monaco Salt Lake City Workshop Participants – WHO should attend? Early career scientists: Those holding a doctoral degree and who are employed in a post-doctoral or tenure-track (or tenure-track-equivalent) position as an assistant professor (or equivalent title) Advanced graduate student at an […]

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LSC Earth Science Teacher Working Group

The following opportunity is being provided by COSEE NOW partner Liberty Science Center. We encourage teachers who are using Real-Time Data in their classrooms to check it out. Through a grant from NASA, the Liberty Science Center will be offering a Summer Institute for Earth Science teachers who have experience using real-time or near-real time […]

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MARE Ocean Days

Marine Activities Resources & Education (MARE) participants are welcome to join us for this year’s Ocean Days. Ocean Days are designed to bring MARE students (grades 2-8) to Rutgers University to celebrate their accomplishments in the MARE program and meet and interact with Rutgers’ faculty and students. Students are invited to bring examples of science […]

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