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February 11, 2020 | 6–7 p.m. ET "Putting Your Best Foot Forward in Graduate School Interviews" This webinar introduces trainees to experiences, pointers, and best practices for graduate school interviews. Topics include most common questions, describing experience, approaching meetings, and best practices for follow-up.
May 19, 2020 | 6–7 p.m. ET "Getting Meaningful Research Experience in the Time of COVID-19" Simply having a research experience is only the first step. The skills, knowledge, and relationships that you gain from that experience is what matters in the end. With many programs not offering research experiences this summer, how can you still get the benefits of a research experience? This series will give you resources, activities, and strategies to consider for remote summer research opportunities.
June 18 and 19, 2020 | 6–7 p.m. ET "Writing a Compelling Abstract" Review ways to formulate your abstract to be as compelling as possible. Topics include the essential elements of an abstract, good examples of abstracts, presentation of data in abstracts, and crafting a coherent narrative.
July 31 and August 5, 2020 | 6–7 p.m. ET "Communicate Your Science: Preparing the ABRCMS Abstract" For trainees submitting abstracts to ABRCMS, this session will review criteria that reviewers use to rate abstracts for ABRCMS, describe the elements of successful abstract submissions, and discuss examples from previous ABRCMS awardees.
September 18, 2020 | 6-7 p.m. ET "Data Preparation and Presentation"
As a scientist, preparing and conveying scientific data is a critical
skill. As you prepare for conference presentations, manuscript or grant
submissions, or any other formal presentation of your work, you may have
October 2, 2020 | 3–4 p.m. ET "Presenting Your Data at a Scientific Conference" For trainees preparing for presentations at conferences, this session will review techniques for making a coherent story, analyze examples of effective scientific presentations, and discuss the elements of presentations appropriate for poster and oral presentations.
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