2020年欧洲杯冠亚军预测

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APS Student and Early Career Webinar Series

Virtual Networking: How to Network and Find Collaborators from Afar

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Adding Value and Solving Problems: Virtual Networking for Scientists

How do you make meaningful connections when research and scientific events are all taking place online? The Association for Psychological Science has partnered with STEM career consultant Alaina Levine to help APS members improve their networking skills and develop strategies to build collaborations online.

At its core, networking is all about crafting win-win alliances where both parties provide value. You may think that “networking” can only take place in person, but this is a myth! In fact, most networking takes place from afar, and in some cases, the individuals may never even meet in person.

2020年欧洲杯冠亚军预测In this webinar, learn how to:

  • Develop strategies and tactics for finding new collaborators
  • Build mutually-beneficial partnerships with professionals across the globe
  • Utilize various methods to find and reach out to people
  • Nurture critical conversations necessary for collaborations

2020年欧洲杯冠亚军预测This panel is designed to support feedback by the APSSC Executive Board that more students would like to learn the basics of academic review and properly evaluating scientific research. This webinar will feature members of the APS staff editorial team as well as editors from APS journals, and prepare students and early career researchers to participate in the peer review process as both an author and a reviewer.

Panelists  include:        

  • Amy Drew, Director of Publications, Association for Psychological Science
  • Robert L. Goldstone, Indiana University, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Editor in Chief of Current Directions in Psychological Science
  • Erin B. Tone, Georgia State University, Department of Psychology, Associate Editor for Clinical Psychological Science
  • Becca White, Peer Review Manager, Association for Psychological Science

Online Research: Tools and Techniques

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2020年欧洲杯冠亚军预测Scientific research has largely moved from the lab to an online-only event. Hear from a panel of psychological scientists about their approaches to making the transition, and the tools and techniques that support their work.


Path to My Postdoc

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How did you get your position? It is probably the most commonly asked question among graduate students. This webinar features a panel of APS members, all of whom share their personal journeys to their postdoc positions.  Webinar moderator and STEM career coach Alaina Levine will also participate and give advice about the steps involved in identifying the best opportunities for you, and preparing for your search.