Workshops

ASIH Workshops:

ASIH Graduate Student Speed Networking Workshop
Friday, July 14, 2017    6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Location TBD

Scientific meetings offer great opportunities to (re)-establish professional contacts and to network amongst fellow attendees. Younger members may find few opportunities to interface with more senior members of a society.

To remedy this, the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists (ASIH) is again offering an “ASIH Graduate Student Speed Networking Workshop” at the upcoming 2017 Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists in Austin.

The workshop will be conducted as follows: 1 professional (working in state or federal agencies, at museums or universities) will be seated at a table in the room. Two students will sit with each professional for ~5 minutes of dialogue, then rotate to the next table when 5 minutes expire. Over the course of an hour, students will visit 11 tables (= 11 professionals), after which all attendees will gather for a mixer (pizza and drinks provided).

To participate in this networking event, you must be an ASIH student member in good standing (i.e., paid dues for 2017 ASIH membership) and be registered for the 2017 JMIH meetings.

Please note that this event usually fills quickly, so we recommend you decide soon. You can register on the JMIH meeting registration form. If space is full, you can have your name added to a waiting list. Also, if you are signed-up for the event but later on decide not to participate, please let us know immediately so another student has the opportunity to attend. Each year about 1/3 of registered students do not show up for the event. This is not only unprofessional but also unfair to fellow graduate students.

By participating in this workshop, you will hopefully acquire numerous professional contacts with whom you (and your colleagues) can interact during this and future meetings.

Questions? Contact Dr. Marlis Douglas.

 


AES Workshops

AES Graduate Student Workshop
Time & Location TBD

Organizer, Bryan Keller


Science Outreach, Partnership, and Engagement:  Broader Impacts and Beyond
Time & Location TBD

Organizer, Lisa Whitenack

 


HL Workshops

HL Graduate Student Workshop
Saturday, July 15, 2017    12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Location TBD

 


SSAR Workshops

SSAR Graduate Student Workshop
Friday, July 14, 2017     12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Location TBD

 


ELHS/Larval Fish Conference Workshops

ELHS Early Career Workshop
Brazos Auditorium

Part 1:  Saturday, July 15, 2017          4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Part 2:  Sunday, July 16, 2017            5:30 PM – 6:30 PM      (students only)

How to Find the Right Scientific Career for You

Do you wonder how and when to start planning your next career move? Are you aware of alternative career paths? This year, the EHLS Early Career Committee (ECC) is organizing a 2-part workshop on Career Planning.

Part 1 consists of a speed networking event (ca. 2h), during which each of 12 senior scientists will chat with 2 EC participants for 5 minutes. After 5 minutes, the EC participants will rotate to the next mentor. This pattern continues through the cycle of all 12 mentors. At the end of the event, attendees will gather to continue the discussion.

In Part 2 (ca. 1h), the EC participants without mentors will discuss in small groups how their pre-conceived ideas about their career aspirations may have changed. This is an ELHS members-only event, open to all ELHS members, but with limited capacity (24 EC participants and 12 mentors). Please sign up early and participate!

Further details on this ECC Workshop can be found at the ELHS website (http://earlylifehistory.fisheries.org/) or by contacting event organizers (Marta Moyano, University of Hamburg and Alison Deary, NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center).

 


SPECIAL PRESENTATION

Natural History and Morphology – Engines of Inspiration
Saturday, July 15, 2017     8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
*Lunch provided
Concho Room

A workshop dedicated to the style and substance of Dr. Carl Gans.

Co-Organizers – Stephanie Crofts (New Jersey Institute of Technology) and Adam Summers (University of Washington – Friday Harbor Lab)

Thank you to the Gans Collections and Charitable Fund, Inc and MicroPhotonics for supporting this program!