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What should the topic for 21st August’s chat be?

The next #ECRchat is on Thursday 21st August at 20:00-21:00 in the UK (BST), which is 21:00-22:00 in Europe (CEST), and 15:00-16:00 in New York (EST) and Fri 7am Auckland (NZST). This chat will be hosted by Donna Kridelbaugh (full bio below).

 

Please vote for your preferred chat topic (topic descriptions below):

 

The poll topic will be decided on Monday 18th August.

Donna Kridelbaugh (@science_mentor) holds an advanced degree in microbiology with over five years of postgraduate research and teaching experience in academic and government labs. Last year, she leaped over the institutional walls to start her own communications consulting business, providing writing, editing and career matchmaking services. In her spare time, she advocates for and writes about self-mentoring as a process for early-career professionals to learn how to be proactive and take charge of their own career management. This fall, she will also work for circus peanuts as an adjunct instructor but the value of expanding young minds is priceless. Learn more at http://ScienceMentor.Me.

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One thought on “What should the topic for 21st August’s chat be?

  1. Reblogged this on ScienceMentor.Me and commented:
    I am thrilled to be hosting the next #ECRchat on Thursday, August 21st at 3 p.m. EDT (US)! You can vote now on the topic for the upcoming Twitter chat until the poll closes on Monday, August 18th. Choose a topic and then join this global community of early-career researchers on Twitter to discuss how this information can help you advance your own career and share tips with other professionals all over the world. Hope to chat with you next week!

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