Upcoming Events – Fall

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Precision Nutrition and Brain Health Virtual Symposium 2021

  • What: A two-day symposium that highlights the role of maternal nutrition in brain development and explores how this can be optimized based on individual genetic and nutritional backgrounds
  • Who: Scientists and medical professionals from academia, government, and industry
  • When: April 15-16th
  • Where: The symposium will be held online
  • What to do: Registration and further details can be found here

2020-2021 Science Policy Training Series

Learn about the field of science policy through the new 2020-2021 Science Policy Training Series. This series is hosted by the North Carolina Students for Science Policy Coalition (SSPC) (made up of UNC-CH Science Policy Advocacy GroupNC State Science Policy Pack, and UNCG Spartans for Science and Policy)

  • Who: Any student or postdoc of a North Carolina college or university
  • What: Learn about what science policy is, why it is important, and how you can get involved! To earn the certificate of training, participants must attend 5 seminars and 3 workshops by July 2021 and submit a brief summary of each event attended. On average, 2 events will be offered per month.
  • When: The first seminar in the series will be NC Science Policy 101 at 11 AM on September 17th
  • How to register: Please sign up at this link. An updating calendar of series events, along with other science and policy opportunities, can be found here.

Virtual Game Night – Every Thursday!

What: If you’re looking for something social to do in these anti-social times, join us for some laughs (and hopefully a good time)!
When: Every Thursday 5-7pm
Where: On your computer!
What to do: See the zoom link here to join

Given how many of us may be working from home in the coming weeks, we’ve included some tips from people about how to work from home and what you can get done on your thesis during this time!