Category Archives: Communicating Science

Publishing Ethics and Integrity Workshop

Elsevier Publishing Campus Presents Publishing Ethics & Integrity Sharing your research through publishing is essential to advancing your career. As an author you will have to make decisions about where, how and when to publish. Authors also have the responsibility to understand ethical boundaries … Read More »

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Preempting Poster Disasters–Tips for Designing Winning Posters!

  Poster Presentation Slides Part 1–Content Poster Presentation Slides Part 2–Design   Are you tired of your supervisor telling you to redo your poster? Want to avoid text overload but don’t know where to start? Are you caught in the … Read More »

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Making the Pitch Workshop

Making the Pitch Workshop Date: June 25, 2015 Time: 11:45am – 1:30pm Location: Building 362 Auditorium The Postdoctoral Society of Argonne would like to invite you to attend a Making the Pitch Workshop on June 25.  This seminar will provide … Read More »

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NPA Annual Meeting an Opportunity to Learn, Network

On March 13-15th, two Argonne Postdocs who are active in the PSA attended the 13th Annual Meeting of the National Postdoctoral Association, along with Postdoctoral Program Lead, Tina Henne. The Annual Meeting provides an opportunity for postdocs and program administrators from across … Read More »

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Communicating Science with Jessica Linville (ES) and Sarah Soltau (CSE)

Postdocs Jessica Linville (ES) and Sarah Soltau (ES) recently took part in Argonne’s annual Science Careers in Search of Women (SCSW) Conference. SCSW is a day-long program that provides aspiring young women researchers the opportunity to explore careers in science. … Read More »

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Women’s History Month: Women in Science

This article originally appeared in the Postdoc Journal Newsletter in April 2012. March was Women’s History Month. Argonne celebrated this month by featuring a woman innovator each day on Inside Argonne. The official observance of Women’s History Month has evolved … Read More »

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Communicating Science with Carolyn Phillips and Helena David

Girls + Math + Science = Success Carolyn and Helena recently took on the daunting task of communicating science to one of our toughest audiences — kids! We asked them to share their experience and what they learned about translating … Read More »

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Communicating Science with Martin Alcorta

Martin Alcorta is a postdoctoral researcher in the Physics Division. As an advocate of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) he participates in science outreach by speaking to students at various grade levels. Alcorta believes in reaching out to students … Read More »

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Communicating Science with Erin Iski

Erin Iski, a postdoc at the CNM, who is interested in a career in teaching, recently gave a guest lecture at Governors State University. She found out through Argonne’s Postdoctoral Program Office that Governors State has agreed to host guest … Read More »

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Communicating Science with Lily Asquith

Lily Asquith works in the High Energy Physics (HEP) Division. She completed her Ph.D. at the University College London and moved last August to Argonne for her first postdoc position. She currently is working on jet physics and boosted particle … Read More »

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