The Postdoc Symposium Series
2nd Wednesday of each month
12:00 – 1:15 pm, Nanoscale Research Facility – Conference Room 115
Need directions? Check out the UF Campus Map (search “Nanoscale”).
Bring your lunch each month for this lunchtime seminar series. This is designed to be an opportunity for postdoctoral researchers across all campus disciplines to both network with their colleagues and practice giving presentations to a broad audience. Register now
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Featuring presentations by UF Postdocs
Help your peers by providing constructive feedback on presentations
For more information contact Christy Pacak or Lily Lewis.
Postdoc Editors Association
The UF Office of Postdoctoral Affairs is pleased to announce the creation of the UF Postdoctoral Editors Association (UF-PEA), a service to help postdocs who seek to improve English grammar and writing style. The UF-PEA is comprised of postdoc volunteers from multiple colleges across the University who will offer preliminary review of manuscripts, grant applications, posters, slides and other scholarly presentations. While this service will be most useful to postdocs who speak English as a second language, the service is free and open to all postdocs at UF. Our editors will provide feedback on structure and style of writing, but refrain from commenting on scholarship which is best honed by interactions between the postdoc and their mentor. UF-PEA will facilitate higher level postdoc-mentor interactions by reducing time spent on basic writing needs.
How to Survive the Media Interview You Didn’t Expect
Researchers and physicians can communicate effectively with their audience, even on short notice, if they follow a few simple steps when being interviewed by the media. Read more in this posting by Craig Boerner, media director and national news director for Vanderbilt University Medical Center News and Communications.
UF Career Connections Center Gator Professional Series
Gator Professional Series (GPS) is a sequence of personal and professional development workshops that review skills and topics needed to become career ready. GPS is divided into two different tracks: Navigating the Search and Discovering Professional You.
This workshop is a component of the Discovering Professional You track within GPS. This track will assist you in understanding, developing, and translating your experience and skills to others along your path to career readiness.
Complete one or both tracks in GPS to help you develop strategies for your job search, craft your brand, discover the skills employers seek in a candidate, translate your time at UF and understand expectations when working in a professional environment. Upon completion of each track receive a certificate successful navigation.