Graduate Student & Postdoc Fair at SPD
Annonce transmise par Rui Pinto (AIM)
We are reaching out on behalf of the American Astronomical Society's Solar Physics Division (SPD). We will be hosting our annual Graduate Student & Postdoc Fair on Monday, November 14th, 2022. The goal of this event is to introduce prospective grad students and postdocs to US-based institutions that teach and/or perform research in solar physics.
The Fair is virtual and free to attend, but we ask prospective participants to register via a Google form (since we will be sending info on how to log in from there). More info can be found also on the AAS/SPD website (spd.aas.org).
Please find below the announcement below, and thank you so much!
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Graduate Student & Postdoc Fair on Monday, November 14, 2022
The Solar Physics Division (SPD) Committee of the American Astronomical Society (AAS) will host its annual Graduate Student & Postdoc Fair virtually on Monday, November 14, 2022!
The goal of this event is to introduce prospective grad students and postdocs to US-based institutions that teach and/or perform research in solar physics. More info can be found also at the AAS/SPD website(https://spd.aas.org/)
This virtual event is split into two half-day focus sessions. The earlier session (9 am – 12 pm US Pacific Standard time; 5 – 8 pm UTC) is aimed at prospective graduate students, while the later session (12 – 2 pm US Pacific Standard time; 8 – 10 pm UTC) is directed towards postdoctoral scholars. Last year's Fair had about 150 early-career participants from the US as well as from international institutions. Both the grad student session and postdoc session are divided into two parts: 1) a series of brief institutional presentations and 2) institutional breakout Q&A discussions.
If you are a prospective grad student or postdoc and would like to attend, please register via this Google Form to indicate your interest:
We will make sure to contact all those who sign up with details on how to attend.
Attention Graduate and Postdoc Program Directors: Please let us know if you will be representing your institution by filling out this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScupfMNN974wJf6nMrS4JBqibHMRYt4...
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We aim to infuse Solar Physics with fresh perspectives and diversity of thought! The more attendees we have, the brighter the future of our scientific community will be! Share the grad/postdoc interest link above with any and all potential attendees!
Thanks for doing your part to support the future of the Solar Physics community!
Please contact this year's Fair Facilitators, Shea Hess-Webber (email@example.com) and Erika Palmerio (firstname.lastname@example.org), if you have further questions.