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Proposal Writing Workshop with Selina Heppell

April 10, 10am – 1pm, Nash 032

Whether you are writing for your Research Review or an external funder, proposal writing can be daunting! In this interactive workshop, we’ll cover thesis proposal basics, writing a convincing proposal based on your audience, getting through writing blocks, and budget development. Bring your current draft, preferably electronically, as well as something to write on/with.

Preparing for an Academic Job with Selina Heppell

April 11, 9am  11am, Nash 033

Getting a job in academia takes preparation, support from your colleagues and mentors, and a bit of luck. We’ll go over how to apply for a teaching or research position at a small or large institution, what natural resource departments are looking for, what to emphasize in your CV, diversity statements, and interview preparation. Bring your current CV and examples of position ads that you have read recently.

Media Training with Sean Nealon and Steven Lundeberg

April 11, 1pm  2:30pm, Richardson 313

Sean Nealon and Steve Lundeberg of Oregon State’s News and Research Communications office will talk about communicating about research through the media. Topics to be covered include the type of stories that interest reporters, tips when being interviewed and resources here at OSU that will help you tell your story.

Getting Started on Github with Christopher Cousins

April 11, 3pm – 5pm, via Zoom

Getting started on Github can be intimidating, but this workshop is designed to give you all you need to hit the ground running! No prior knowledge of Github is necessary, and we'll be covering setting up your own repository, cloning it on your PC, and working with others. The activities in this workshop will give you a great starting point, and the future you will thank you for your improved organization and ease of working from multiple workstations. Learn more about the use of Github in science & research.

*WE ASK THAT ALL PARTICIPANTS COMPLETE THE TASKS FOUND IN THIS FOLDER PRIOR TO ATTENDING THE WORKSHOP, IN ADDITION TO HAVING ACCESS TO THE FILES CONTAINED IN THIS REPOSITORY.*

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