calendar of events
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In this interactive workshop, multilingual students will practice translating their research, especially technical terms and concepts, into interesting, accessible knowledge for a general audience. We will also provide an overview of some of the more common stress and intonation patterns in English, with ample time for practice. Being able to use these patterns will help you emphasize your key points in speeches.
Learn how to work with undergraduate students in this workshop designed for international teaching assistants.
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Are you entering the job market and interested in a job in Research? BCLA is hosting a recruitment session with Gilead this month! This recruitment session will solely focus on recruiting candidates for entry level positions within the Research Department at Gilead’s Foster City location. These positions require a PhD or Masters level of education with experience and/or background in Chemistry, Pharmacology, Chemical Engineering, Medicinal Chemistry/Formulation. We highly encourage PhD and Master candidates close to finishing their program or have recently graduated, Postdocs, entry level Research Scientists currently looking for job opportunities in the biotech industry to attend this event.
This is a highly anticipated event and space is limited so we urge you to RSVP now!
For more information and to RSVP click here.
Join us at Google’s Venice campus for an evening of career exploration and networking to learn more about careers in tech for PhDs in the humanities and social sciences.
Join us at Google’s Venice campus for an evening of career exploration about jobs in tech!
Googlers with PhDs in the social sciences and humanities will share their experiences and offer insights. Network over drinks and appetizers to learn about career opportunities and how social scientists and humanists are making an impact at Google!
Space is limited for this exclusive event. Click here to apply!
(Open only to UCLA PhD students and postdoctoral scholars in social sciences or humanities disciplines.)
Registration opens January 18th
Learn about PhD-level careers from UCLA alumni and professionals currently working in the field of Data Science. Attendees will learn about panelists’ own career trajectory, advice on how to transition from graduate school or postdoctoral training to their specific field, and insights on leveraging your advanced degree.
Join us for this lively panel discussion and networking breakfast before the panel (8:30-9:00am in CNSI Lobby)
To register click here.
UCLA Career Center
UCLA Graduate Division
Office of Postdoctoral Affairs—
David Geffen School of Medicine
California Nanosystems Insititute (CNSI)
Fielding School of Public Health
The content of any presentation is critical, however, if you want your audience to understand, retain, and recall your message, powerful and complimentary visual aids will help you achieve those goals. This interactive workshop will introduce the audience to universal design principles that can be applied when creating visual presentations using any platform, such as PowerPoint, Prezi, and Haiku Deck. In preparation for the 2017 Grad Slam competition, the audience will practice applying these principles within the context of the PowerPoint rules and examples from previous finalists will be shared.
This free online course provides preparation for current and future STEM faculty members in effective teaching strategies and the evidence that supports these strategies. Participants will learn how to (a) engage students in active learning in classrooms using strategies such as peer instruction and problem-based learning, (b) develop methods to help their students think more like experts in their fields using inquiry-based labs and similar activities, (c) turn their classrooms into learning communities through cooperative learning and using the diverse perspectives of their students, and (d) use approaches like flipped classrooms that make it possible to build active and collaborative learning into their classes.
This course builds on the CIRTL Network course, “An Introduction to Evidence-Based Undergraduate STEM Teaching.” That course is recommended, but not required, as a prerequisite for participating in this course.
For more information and to enroll click here.
This workshop will help you articulate your information and content in a manner that is well received by a “non-specialist” audience increasing retention. By the conclusion of the workshop you will improve your understanding of how adults prefer to take-in, process, and synthesize new knowledge allowing your presentation to resonate with a disparate audience. You will learn your own primary, secondary, and tertiary preferences for taking-in new information, thereby mitigating subjectivity in your delivery, ensuring your presentation is relevant to an audience outside your career field.