Do YOU want to explore some post-graduate and higher education pathways to neuroscience with a group of fun early-career neuroscience researchers?
The panel will have PhD students, post-baccalaureate fellows, and MD-PhD students, all involved in the field of neuroscience. Panelists will discuss why they decided on their career path, advice for young students, likes/dislikes about their jobs, and much more! There will be a general panel discussion (~45 mins), and then breakouts into smaller groups (e.g., one breakout room with only PhD students), to allow for more specific questions.
Wednesday, October 21, at 5 p.m.
Complete the short Google form to receive the Zoom link the morning of the event.
Engage with representatives from Montgomery College, Frederick Community College, and UMBC as well as local biotechnology industry leaders though our Training & Employment in Biotechnology virtual symposium. This semester-long symposium will take place online (via Zoom) from 4–4:45 p.m. on select Monday afternoons throughout the fall semester. Sessions will focus on a variety of topics relevant to supporting students who wish to pursue higher education and a future career in the biotechnology field.
October 5: Nick Wright, recruiter, Catalent Inc.
Applying for a Job in biotechnology
October 12: Lori Kelman and Collins Jones
The Biotechnology Program at Montgomery College
MC biotech has the largest program in the state and one of the best biotech programs in the country. Take a virtual tour of the program and see why graduates have the MC Biotech Advantage in starting their career.
October 19: Savita Prabhakar, Frederick Community College Biotechnology
What It Takes to Work in a Biotech Company
Learn about Frederick Community College's biotech program and hear from students what it is like and what it takes to work in a biotech company. Presented by Dr. Savita Prabhakar, Program Manager of biotechnology at Frederick Community College.
October 26: Elizabeth Friar, UMBC TLST
Opportunities in the Translational Life Sciences Technology Program at UMBC
Take a virtual tour of the new TLST laboratory facilities and find out how a BS degree in applied biotechnology can work for you. Presented by Dr. Elizabeth Friar, Program Director of TLST at UMBC-Shady Grove.
This year's virtual program will include career panels, virtual networking, and a newly added panel on "Preparing for the 4-year College/University Experience," The popular session on the NIH Community College Summer Enrichment Program (CCSEP)/Alumni panel is a wonderful opportunity for to learn how students can get their FIRST internship exposure to working in research.
Tuesday, November 4, 2020 from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.- Agenda
Register now. This program is free and open to all students and faculty nationwide.
August 29, 2020 at 10 a.m.
This virtual event is for all new STEM majors. Students will be introduced to the VP and Provost, Deans, and Chairs from the STEM unit and will hear from current students. Breakout sessions for majors will take place from 11 a.m.–noon.
Point of Contact: Nicole Given