Science communication is an increasingly important area in every research scientists career, but one which many of us are guilty of ignoring. STRATUS are hosting a panel discussion on communicating science called “Sharing Science with Society”. If you are interested in learning better ways of communicating your science with people from diverse backgrounds, from kids [...]Continue Reading →
STRATUS is hosting a Strategies for Success in Research panel discussion focussing on the wide range of publication choices. The event coincides with global Open Access week (http://www.openaccessweek.org/), and will explore what open access means, how to spot ‘predatory publishers’ and what impact embracing the open access model may have on future career success.
[...]Continue Reading →
Want to learn more about the proposed new “Academic Standards” Policy and how they may influence your career development?
If so, STRATUS are holding an event where the VC will introduce the proposed standards followed with a discussion and feedback about emerging researcher career development.
Where: Federation of Graduate Women’s Room (1st floor), OGH
Are you thinking of applying for promotion?
Stratus are holding a workshop to provide advice for science and engineering applicants.
Where: OGGB Level Rm 260-223
When: Tuesday 17th July, 13-14:30
Please RSVP to email@example.com with “Promotions workshop” in the subject lineContinue Reading →
Are you thinking of applying for a Royal Society of New Zealand Rutherford Discovery Fellowship? STRATUS and the UoA Research Office are holding a workshop to provide advice for potential applicants:
Where: OGGB Level 0, Rm 260-‐055
When: Thursday 7th June, 12-‐2pm
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org with “RSVP Rutherford” in the subject line, [...]Continue Reading →
STRATUS presents our annual networking event STAND-UP SCIENCE. This an opportunity to present your research in one minute and network with scientists and engineers. The event takes place on Thursday 10th May, 2012, 5-7 pm in Old Government House. For more information please read the following link:Continue Reading →
The scientist’s quest is to find truth through the scientific method and it is our duty to transfer our knowledge to our fellow New Zealanders as well as the wider global community. But when our stories reach the media headlines, questions arise for the everyday science news consumer- what is the truth?
Come and [...]Continue Reading →
Register For Stratus