Past Events

Seminar: "Navigating scholarly publishing in a sea of change"

2019-03-28
C700, Lab3

This talk provides an overview of these changes and touches on the possible consequences of new initiatives, which can be applied by researchers in their roles as authors, readers, referees and editors. 

Everyone is welcom! No registration is required!

Workshop: "Optimize your Conference Experience"

2019-03-13
C210, Central Building

Discover how to get the most out of attending an academic or industry conference. 

Everyone is welcome!

Workshop: "Marketing your value in a global environment to advance your career"

2019-03-13
C210, Central Building

In this workshop, you will learn the strategies for communicating your ideas and brand (your promise of value) in such a way that your constituents want to learn more and can visualize how your innovative attitude will benefit them. 

Everyone is welcome!

Workshop: "Networking for Nerds"

2019-03-13
C210, Central Building

Discover how networking and self-promotion can enable you to land or even create your dream job from scratch! 

Everyone is welcome! 

 

New Postdoc Orientation

2019-03-12
C210, Central Building

Details are coming soon...

Workshop: "Discovering your Strengths". Part 1.

2019-02-26
For RSVP only

Discover your Talens using Gallup CliftonStrengths Assessment.

This course will help you better understand yourself and your unique talents. You will learn how to productively apply your talents for greater personal and professional success.

To register CLICK HERE

Career Spotlight: "Adventures of an EntrepreNEUROscientist: lessons I've learned so far"

2019-02-21
C700, Lab3

Join Dr. Leonard Khiroug, Co-founder and CSO at Neurotar Ltd and Adj. Prof. at University of Helsinki for a very informal Q&A about Faculty Career at OIST.

Everyone is welcome!

Seminar: "How to Write a Scientific Paper"

2019-02-21
C700, Lab 3

During the seminar, Dr. Steve Aird, OIST's Technical Editor, will explain techniques for writing scientific manuscripts. The talk focuses on principles and procedures that enable authors to turn research data into a well-composed scientific narrative.

To register CLICK HERE

Workshop: The Presence Zone

2019-02-20
For RSVP only

The Presence Zone is an experiential training  designed to enable participants to access peak performance presence when speaking. Our focus is real-world, ‘on your feet’ learning and integration of taught techniques.

To register CLICK HERE 

QuickFix: Resume

2019-01-17
For RSVP only.

“QuickFix”- improve your  application materials in an interactive and a time-efficient manner! 

To register CLICK HERE

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