Expand Your Expertise: Conceptual Knowledge

Students and Science Diplomacy

16May2018
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17May2018

Are you interested in how science and international diplomacy go hand in hand to address the world’s biggest challenges? Would you like to learn what role students can play in science diplomacy?...

From researcher to science advisor: Personal career reflections from Dr. Jan Marco Müller

17May201809:30
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Dr Jan Marco Müller, a German national holding a PhD in geography, has served in science advisory positions at national, European and global levels.

The road less travelled: Unique careers for neuroscientists (Healthy Brains for Healthy Lives)

24May201817:30
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Discover diverse career paths available to you after your neuroscience graduate studies or postdoctoral experience! Join us for a career panel featuring 5 inspiring speakers:

Funding opportunity deadline - Trees and People: Resilience in a changing climate (John G. Bene Fellowship 2018)

20Jun201816:00

The International Development Research Centre (IDRC) has helped graduate students undertake thesis research in the field of international development since 1982. The Bene fellowship, a bequest from...

Funding opportunity deadline - The 2018 21st Century Postdoctoral Fellowship in Understanding Dynamic and Multi-scale Systems

15Jun201816:00

The James S. McDonnell Foundation (JSMF) has posted updated guidelines for the 2018 21st Century Postdoctoral Fellowship in Understanding Dynamic and Multi-scale Systems....

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