Professional Development

"How to Write a One-Pager" Workshop with NSF Office of Polar Programs (OPP) Part 2
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Join NSF Office of Polar Program (OPP) Program Officers in learning about the importance of one-pagers in pitching ideas to funding agencies, and learn how to write one to summarize an idea you want to pitch to a program officer to see in which program your idea would best fit! This workshop is open to polar early career scientists and will be run in two synchronous parts: 

"How to Write a One-Pager" Workshop with NSF Office of Polar Programs (OPP) Part 1
Conferences/Workshops PSECCO event/opportunity Professional Development
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Join NSF Office of Polar Program (OPP) Program Officers in learning about the importance of one-pagers in pitching ideas to funding agencies, and learn how to write one to summarize an idea you want to pitch to a program officer to see in which program your idea would best fit! This workshop will be run in two synchronous parts: 

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“A leader is anyone who takes responsibility for finding the potential in people and processes, and who has the courage to develop that potential.” Brené Brown

Are you wanting to develop concrete leadership skills that can be helpful for managing up and down? Do you hope to prepare yourself to mentor future students or employees, or find ways to effectively lead fieldwork teams or lab groups? 

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Leaders do not avoid, repress, or deny conflict, but rather see it as an opportunity. -Warren G. Bennis

The second of our three online leadership workshops in 2024 focused on building effective teams and navigating conflict. The recording for this event can be accessed here

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A leader is best when people barely know they exist. When their work is done, their aim fulfilled, the people will say: we did it ourselves. –Lau Tzu 

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Participants will gain an understanding of how to explore ways to be supported professionally and personally, from seeking out traditional mentors to pursuing personal accountability.

 

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PSECCO is excited to announce its second belonging, accessibility, justice, equity, diversity and inclusion (BAJEDI) workshop specifically designed for polar early career scientists. This free online workshop will be run by the excellent folks with THRIVE Lifeline (https://thrivelifeline.org) in conjunction with PSECCO.                   

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Participants will have an opportunity for direct conversation and Q&A on the topic of engagement with scientific coordination bodies. This conversation can include general information on the types of coordination bodies and their importance, how to get involved, upcoming events, and the role that these different bodies play in the execution of Arctic science. 

Learn more about the PSECCO Conversation Series, along with the event and how to register for it here. 

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Participants will discuss the differences and similarities between working as a professional track research scientist versus as a tenure-track/tenured faculty member. Sinéad will share her reflections on working in a variety of research and academic positions over the last 15 years. Participants will have the opportunity for Q&A and will converse about their career interests, aspirations and the potential concerns they may have as they chart their own path in science.

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Participants will discuss how to broaden the impact of their science, identify effective education and outreach activities that are aligned with the science and participants interest, talk about the broader impacts review criterion from NSF and strategies on how to develop a strong broader impacts plan and develop a draft for their own work.

Learn more about the PSECCO Conversation Series, along with the event and how to register for it here.