Events

6 March Mar

Graduate Career Consortium (GCC) PhD Virtual Career Expo

Wed Mar 06 2024, 12:00 PM

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The Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the Office of Career and Professional Development (CPD) are participants in the GCC-sponsored Virtual Career Expo. VCE is a virtual recruiting and networking experience designed to connect graduate students, postdocs, and alumni from STEM, Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences fields, to employers using the CareerEco platform.

Wednesday, March 6

12 PM - 4 PM ET

During this event, you will get the chance to:

  • Engage in 1-on-1 meetings
  • Ask questions in a virtual group format
  • Make easy and efficient connections

To register for this event, visit CareerEco.com/Events/GCC.

Questions? Email Events@CareerEco.com or call (770) 874-7807

 

 

14 March Mar

New Faculty Career Panel & Pie

Thu Mar 14 2024, 4:00 PM

551, Price Center/Block Pavilion

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This Pi Day, please join the MECC’s Excellence in Career Enrichment Leadership (ExCEL) committee and the Office of Career and Professional Development (CPD) for a New Faculty Career Panel & Pie.  Meet some new Einstein faculty, hear insights about how they successfully navigated the academic job hunt, and enjoy some pie! 

This in-person, one-hour panel discussion aims to help graduate students and postdocs understand the interviewing process for academic jobs. Attendees will also get great tips and insights about how to prepare to become independent investigators.  

The panel will include new Einstein faculty: Dr. Rebeca San Martin, Dr. Roger Chang, Dr. Sri Raj, and Dr. Maria Maryanovich.  

Please come with all your questions! 

Date: Thursday, March 14 

Time: 4:00 – 5:00 PM 

Location: Price Center, Room 551 

Register here.

21 March Mar

Beyond the Bench Workshop Series: Library 101

Thu Mar 21 2024, 10:00 AM

Zoom

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Join the Belfer Institute on Zoom for the first interactive workshop in their Beyond the Bench Workshop Series: Library 101: Find and Use Helpful Tools for Your Research. Unlock the secrets of the library's vast resources. Whether you're a seasoned researcher or just starting your academic journey, this workshop will equip you with the essential knowledge and tools to navigate the library's resources effectively and boost your research confidence.

At this workshop, you can expect to learn how to:

  • Obtain access to library resources and software.
  • Find resources to help with:
    • searching for articles on a research topic
    • obtaining full text of articles
    • managing references when writing a manuscript
    • avoiding plagiarism
    • identifying journals to publish in
  • Contacting the Research Librarians for individualized help

Throughout the workshop, you'll have the opportunity to ask questions to gain valuable insights from our experienced librarians.

Register for this event here.

25 March Mar

Confident Communicators of Science

Mon Mar 25 2024, 12:00 PM

Speaker: Susanna Baddiel

Lubin Dining Hall

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Back by popular demand!!!


SPECIAL TRAINING OPPORTUNITY - Limited spaces available:  14 trainees max 
Current Students and Postdocs only.

Monday, March 25, 2024  |  12:00 PM - 4:00 PM  

Being an effective communicator and an engaging presenter is an essential skill for all scientists. 

At this workshop, you will: 

  • Become a more confident and effective ambassador of science.
  • Overcome what currently inhibits your progress & learn how to communicate science in a more impactful way.
  • Discover the power of story-telling and identify connections between your own personal stories and your science.
  • Practice and rehearse proven techniques to engage and enthuse your audiences.
  • Enjoy a light lunch!


What to expect:
Part I:  Facilitator will discuss the Psychology of Excellence to understand what makes an amazing and inspiring communicator. You will develop a toolkit to learn how to use energy, status, voice and gesture to own your success and engage an audience. 

Part II: This half will will be hands-on. You will draft your research and science story and get 1:1 feedback. Finally, you will confidently and impactfully present your story to the group.

Led by:  
Susanna Baddiel, is an actor, director and voice over artist with 16 years of experience teaching public speaking, personal impact, presentation skills, leadership development and executive coaching.  


PLEASE READ:

There are limited spaces for this event. The first 14 individuals to register will be notified confirming their registration. The remaining registrants will be placed on a waitlist and contacted by CPD informing them of their waitlist status. Waitlist individuals will be contacted again only if cancellations arise. 

If you are among the first 14 registrants, in addition to the initial notification, you will also be contacted the week prior to the event, and you will be REQUIRED to re-confirm your attendance at that time. If you do not re-confirm by the deadline, your spot will be canceled and offered to an individual on the waitlist. NO EXCEPTIONS! Late cancellations or no shows may prohibit your ability to participate in these special functions in the future.

Registration information to come!

28 March Mar

Creating a Compelling Academic CV

Thu Mar 28 2024, 4:00 PM

Speaker: Diane Safer, PhD

251, Price Center/Block Pavilion

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The academic job search is unique, and the CV used to apply for academic jobs is equally unique. Do you know what differentiates the academic CV from a resume? Do you know how to properly format one? Do you know how to create a captivating CV that will help you stand out?

Join us for this in-person talk with Diane Safer, PhD, Einstein’s Director of Career and Professional Development for Graduate Students and Postdocs, and learn how to create a compelling academic CV.

Date: Thursday, March 28

Time: 4:00 – 5:00 PM

Location: Price Center, Room 251

Registration: Please register here.

9 April Apr

The Academic Job Hunt: Understanding the Timetable & Process

Tue Apr 09 2024, 4:00 PM

Speaker: Anita E. Autry, PhD
Assistant Professor, Dominick P. Purpura Department of Neuroscience Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences

251, Price Center/Block Pavilion

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There are many steps to follow when you apply for a position in Higher Ed. This seminar, The Academic Job Hunt: Understanding the Timetable & Process, will provide you with all you need to know about the application process and pre-interview preparation.

Join us as we hear from Dr. Anita E. Autry, Assistant Professor in the Dominick P. Purpura Department of Neuroscience, and the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Dr. Autry will discuss the types of academic faculty positions, where to look for them, and the various components of the application process.

Date: Tuesday, April 9

Time: 4:00 – 5:00 pm

Location: Price 251

Registration: Please register here.

7 November Nov

PhD Alumni Career Speed Networking

Thu Nov 07 2024, 4:00 PM

Lubin Dining Hall

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PhD Alumni Career Speed Networking event for PhD Graduate Students, Postdocs, and Staff Scientists to meet and network with Einstein alumni, and learn about various different career paths. 

More information to come.