NPA Annual Conference Interest Survey
The NPA Annual Conference is the largest national conference and networking event dedicated to the postdoctoral community. Conference attendees - postdoctoral scholars, administrators, faculty, and representatives from disciplinary societies, industry, and corporations - are provided with the opportunity to gather and enhance their professional development and leadership skills. To learn more about the conference, visit http://www.nationalpostdoc.org/page/2018AnnualConference.

The Postdoctoral Program Office can support up to 4 postdocs to attend the Annual Conference, where there will be professional development workshops, talks by leaders invested in postdoc success and plenty of networking!

Please complete the questionnaire below to be added to the list of interested postdocs. The survey will be left open through January 10th. Tina Henne, Postdoctoral Program Lead, will notify postdocs shortly thereafter with availability for support.

What have past postdocs gained from attending? Visit the Postdoc Blog to see for yourself!
https://blogs.anl.gov/postdoc/

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Time in postdoc position at Argonne. *
Attendance at the conference will require travel. Please discuss this opportunity with your supervisor to ensure there are no anticipated schedule conflicts. *
The NPA gives discounted registration to members. Please sign up for your free, affiliate membership at http://www.nationalpostdoc.org/?page=affiliate_members to ensure this and other member-only benefits. *
The NPA Annual Conference is an opportunity to enhance your professional development and make connections. Please indicate what you hope to accomplish from attending the meeting and what value you think it will add to your postdoc experience. *
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Postdocs supported through the Postdoc Program Office to attend the NPA Annual Meeting are expected to share what they learn with fellow postdocs. Please confirm that you are willing to report to the postdoc community (through a blog post, article in Argonne Today or panel discussion) what you learn. *
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