When: Thursday, February 22, 12:30-1:30pm
Room: Barkers Point A
“What do you research?” A seemingly simple question, or not. Whether you’re describing what you plan to do, what you did, or what happened, communicating your research takes thought and reflection. Students and early-career professionals are invited to a lunch-hour event where breakout groups will discuss and craft content to use or build upon to communicate their research.
REGISTER FOR THE EVENT
Breakout groups will commence by 1 pm, following time dedicated for socializing over lunch. The groups will be led by:
Nathanael Bergbusch, PhD student, University of Waterloo
Natalie Rideout, PhD student, University of New Brunswick
Hannah Harrison, Assistant Professor, Dalhousie University
Natalie Sopinka, Journal Development Specialist, Canadian Science Publishing
Please note this event is limited to 55 participants.
Co-organized by the SCAS Student and Early-Career Professional Committee, Canadian River Institute Student Leadership Committee, and Canadian Science Publishing.