03/07/2019 - 12:30pm to 2:00pm
Eckert Sea Cave
Please join us for this wonderful GUIS event next week, featuring Dr. Noelle Bowlin!
Have you ever wondered what your advisor or committee member struggled with as a graduate student? What they struggle with now? Growing up in science is a conversation series that is not about science, but about becoming and being a scientist. At each event, one faculty member shares their life story, with a focus on struggles, failures, doubts, detours, and weaknesses.
Common topics include dealing with expectations (your own and others), impostor syndrome, procrastination, the role of luck, rejection, and conflicts with advisors, but these topics are always embedded in the speaker's broader narrative. For more info on the series origination, see growingupinscience.com.
December's Growing Up in Science will feature Noelle Bowlin, NOAA marine biologist- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJjeUKbBlKI, and will be:
March 7, 2019
SIO, Eckart SeaCave Room 123 (downstairs lecture room)
Please RSVP and let us know if you have any dietary restrictions - please only fill this out if you plan on attending. This month we will also have the option of virtual attendance via Skype- you can note your preference on the form:
**This event is for graduate students and postdocs only (other than guest and moderator)
**Please bring your lunch (or eat before), we will provide coffee, tea, and light snacks. Please also plan to bringown cup, plate, and silverware to make this event more sustainable.
For more information on this event, contact:
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion