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Mon 8/21 5:00PM - 7:30PM
Women in Bio - Leadership Success: Maximize Your Potential Entrepreneurship Workshop


Have you struggled with articulating your vision and creating momentum as a leader? Attend this workshop led consultant Diana Petrovich. 
Tue 8/22 12:00PM - 1:00PM
CITRL: Preparing Future Faculty for Teaching, Research Mentoring, and Career Exploration


Graduate students and postdocs, are you interested in pursuing a career in academia, enhancing your teaching skills, or obtaining certification in STEM teaching?

Join CIRTL to discover how they can enrich your professional development in preparation for a faculty career!
Fri 8/25
Call for Applications: Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program


A postdoctoral research and leadership training program open to researchers, scientists, and clinicians with a demonstrated interest in cancer prevention and control. 
Wed 8/30 1:00PM - 4:00PM
Student Employment Fair 2017
William Pitt Union

The Student Employment Fair is a great opportunity for Pitt departments and units, as well as companies located within the greater Pittsburgh area, to recruit Pitt students and alumni for Federal Work Study and part-time jobs, as well as internship opportunities.
Thu 8/31 3:00PM - 4:00PM
Introduction to Career Services
Public Health A521

For new and current students and inquiring minds. Overview of our services and an introduction to the new Pitt Bridges system. Food will be provided. Bring your laptop!
Sun 9/3 to Tue 10/3
NIGMS Postdoctoral Research Associate (PRAT) program- Accepting Applications


Applications must be submitted via the Fi2 funding mechanism. PRAT fellows conduct research in scientific areas within the Institute’s mission while in an NIH intramural research program (IRP) lab. Before applying, applicants must identify a potential preceptor in the NIH IRP and develop a research proposal.  
PRAT fellows receive 3 years of stipend support and additional benefits such as health insurance, a travel allowance and professional development training activities, including a monthly seminar series designed specifically for fellows. 
Thu 9/7 to Fri 9/8
Urban Health Symposium


The symposium will bring together researchers, practitioners, and policy makers focused on health locally, in cities across the United States, and worldwide. Through this event we hope to spark conversation on ways to connect evidence to action, to energize work on urban places and health, to celebrate innovative data sources and methodological approaches, to stimulate debate on policy implications of what we are learning, and to highlight partnership-building strategies that can make research more relevant to community action and policy decisions.
Thu 9/7 12:00PM - 1:00PM
Introduction to Career Services (repeat session)
Public Health A521

For new and current students and inquiring minds. Overview of our services and an introduction to the new Pitt Bridges system. Food will be provided. Bring your laptop!
Fri 9/15 12:00PM - 1:00PM
Navigating a Career Fair
Public Health A521

Vital tips and advice on networking at the fall Career Fair and beyond, including how to do employer research, prepare an elevator speech, follow up with employers, and more.

Tue 9/19 to Wed 9/20
Pitt Fall 2017 Career Fair
William Pitt Union

Students, meet prospective employers at this annual, University-wide career fair. Useful for students at every level - whether you are job hunting or not! September 19 and 20 focus on STEM-related employers. Hosted by the Pitt Office for Career Development and Placement Assistance (CDPA). Student registration information available in the fall. Check Pitt Bridges for updates. 

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Wed 7/19/17
Postdoc to Postdoc: Andre L. Brown, PhD, MPH Career Services Seminar Series
Postdoc to Postdoc: Andre L. Brown, PhD, MPH
Wed 7/19 12:00PM - 1:00PM
Starzl Biomedical Science Tower

Postdoc to Postdoc is a forum for postdocs to practice their scientific presentation skills to an audience of fellow postdocs. These are scheduled monthly, and complimentary lunch and beverages are provided for those who register in advance.

Title: A Mixed Methods Study of Socioeconomic Standing, Masculinity, and Concurrent Sexual Partnerships among Black Men

Tue 7/11/17
Navigating the Path to a Career in Science Writing Career Services Lecture
Navigating the Path to a Career in Science Writing
Tue 7/11 6:00PM - 7:30PM
Scaife Hall

Learn about life as a professional science writer, as well as how you can build your transferable skills while in academia.
Sat 7/1/17
Urban Health Symposium-Early Bird Registration Career Services Deadline
Urban Health Symposium-Early Bird Registration
Sat 7/1


The symposium will bring together researchers, practitioners, and policy makers focused on health locally, in cities across the United States, and worldwide. Through this event we hope to spark conversation on ways to connect evidence to action, to energize work on urban places and health, to celebrate innovative data sources and methodological approaches, to stimulate debate on policy implications of what we are learning, and to highlight partnership-building strategies that can make research more relevant to community action and policy decisions.
Fri 6/30/17
Behind the Scenes: Editorial Process at EMBO Journal Career Services Lecture
Behind the Scenes: Editorial Process at EMBO Journal
Fri 6/30 11:00AM - 12:00PM


Scientific editor, Ieva Gailite, PhD, will provide an overview of the editorial process of the four journals published by EMBO as an academic organization - The EMBO Journal, EMBO Reports, Molecular and Systems Biology, and EMBO Molecular Medicine. Dr. Gailite will give you a behind-the-scenes look at the editorial process at EMBO Press and The EMBO Journal in particular, and present a brief overview of the policies that EMBO has recently implemented. She will provide a brief insight into how manuscripts are evaluated and the role of scientific editors in this process.
Wed 6/21/17
Postdoc to Postdoc: Impaired Mood Repair as a Risk Factor for Depression Career Services Seminar Series
Postdoc to Postdoc: Impaired Mood Repair as a Risk Factor for Depression
Wed 6/21 12:00PM - 1:00PM
Starzl Biomedical Science Tower

Postdoc to Postdoc is a forum for postdocs to practice their scientific presentation skills to an audience of fellow postdocs. Complimentary lunch and beverages are provided for those who register.
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