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APS is actively working on ways to help the physics community during the COVID-19 pandemic. In an effort to continue supporting our students and early career scientists, we have launched a new webinar series this summer. The webinars are designed to provide the information and resources you need to deal with some of the challenges this new era presents. For example, we’ll cover topics such as the impact of new visa policies on international members, best practices for conducting research safely, and navigating your career during a pandemic. Additionally, these webinars will offer attendees professional development opportunities to better prepare for future careers.
Webinars held so far and archived for viewing:
We also surveyed the members of FGSA and FECS in May about professional development topics they might be interested in pursuing. Taking into consideration the results of the survey and feedback from members, we will be offering webinars on preparing and applying for positions in academia, industry, and national laboratories; on publishing your research in peer-reviewed journals; and on conducting virtual workshops on negotiation, communication, mentor/mentee training, and other topics.
For more information, please visit our webpage and sign up for the email list to learn about upcoming webinars. All recent webinars can also be found on the same page. Additionally, if you would like to see a topic we did not list, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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