Early Career Program
Early Career Program: Key Professional Communications
Event Type
Early Career Program
Registration Categories
Career Development
Government Strategies, Programs, and Funding
Professional Development
Workforce Development
TimeMonday, 18 November 20191:30pm - 3pm
DescriptionThis session will focus on several kinds of communications that are important to Early Career professionals: your CV, interactions with research sponsors (including proposals), and crafting research papers.

Tailoring your CV for the Next Career Step. This practical activity will focus on how to maximize the impact of your CV when you’re applying for a post at the next career level, so that shortlisters can find the important information.

Talking to Research Sponsors. A panel of experienced researchers and representatives of research sponsors will discuss their recommendations for communicating with sponsors, through proposals, highlights, and otherwise.

Panelists: Almadena Chtchelkanova - National Science Foundation, James Hetherington - Alan Turing Institute, Joanna Leng - University of Leeds, Barney Maccabe - Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Is Your Paper Conveying the Right Message? This practical activity will explore how the very start of a paper, the title and abstract, can help or hinder the reader from understanding and appreciating your work.
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