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Colloquia

About Event

Wed 24 Jul 2024

Location

Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI)
3700 San Martin Drive
Baltimore, MD 21218

Time

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT

Contact Information

Have questions? Please contact STScI.

Description

"Science Toolbox and Professional Development" featuring Nicolas Flagey (STScI) on What could/should the astronomy community do make this planet more sustainable? and Molly Peeples (STScI) on Tips & Tricks I’ve Learned Along The Way.

Notes

This HotSci session is hosted by STScI and will be internal-only.

Please direct questions or comments to contact above. The 2024 HotSci Committee members are: Logan Jones (STScI), Sapna Mishra (STScI), Pallavi Patil (JHU), Adarsh Ranjan (STScI).

Special Talk

Speaker: Nicolas Flagey (STScI)
Title: What could/should the astronomy community do make this planet more sustainable?      
Abstract: The goal of this presentation is to first share data with the audience. Data about the state of our community when it comes to its carbon footprint, diversity, mental well being, and more. I will then show that a better model is desirable, desired, and possible. I will make this presentation very interactive so all can contribute ideas so that our community can contribute to making the world more sustainable.

Speaker: Molly Peeples (STScI)
Title: Tips & Tricks I’ve Learned Along The Way
Abstract: This talk will be a condensed version of a smattering of pieces of advice I have found both useful myself and that I find myself giving other people on a semi-regular basis. I will cover a subset of a wide range of topics from overcoming writers block, constructing useful figures, writing and giving talks, applying for jobs, writing successful proposals, and generally trying to navigate a career in scientific research while staying relatively happy and productive.

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