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CUAHSI-AGU H3S 2019 Fall Cyberseminar Series:

Beyond Grad School: a Guide to Landing Your Dream Job

Every Thursday in September, the AGU Hydrology Section Student Subcommittee (H3S) will be holding a joint cyberseminar with CUAHSI aimed to provide guidance for students and early career scientists who are or will soon be navigating the job application process. This series will be a four-part cyber-panel with weekly topics including: 1) the pre-application phase (i.e. when and how to start), 2) the application phase (i.e. materials and interviews), 3) the post-application negotiations, and 4) the job transition. Each panel will include members from academia, government, and industry positions and comprised of a discussion and Q&A session. If you have specific questions that you would like the panelists to answer, tweet us @AGU_H3S!

All talks take place on Thursdays at 1:00 p.m. ET.

Dates, Speakers, and Topics:

  • September 5, 2019: The pre-application phase (i.e. when and how to start) | Walter McDonald (Marquette University); Adam Wlostowski (Lynker Technologies); Joanna Blaszczak (University of Nevada Reno); Ariel Atkinson (Southern Nevada Water Authority); Jeffrey McDonnell (Global Institute for Water Security)
  • September 12, 2019: The application phase (i.e. materials and interviews) | Hamed Alemohammad (Radiant Earth); Theo Barnhart (U.S. Geological Survey); Joanna Blaszczak (University of Nevada Reno); Jeffrey McDonnell (Global Institute for Water Security)
  • September 19, 2019: The post-application negotiations | Ruth Heindel (Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research at the University of Colorado Boulder); Danica Roth (Colorado School of Mines); James Heiss (University of Massachusetts Lowell); Walter McDonald (Marquette University)
  • September 26, 2019: The job transition | Laura Condon (University of Arizona); Jill Mcclary (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee); Adam Wlostowski (Lynker Technologies); Ariel Atkinson (Southern Nevada Water Authority); Gene-Hua Crystal Ng (University of Minnesota)

Registration is free! To register for this series, click here.

 

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