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Date: Friday, November 12, 2021 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Categories: TraCS-sponsored

Registration is open for the 2021-2022 TraCS Professional Development Seminar series. This seminar series is aimed at research professionals, graduate students, postdocs and early stage faculty researchers. In this series, we cover foundational skills useful for career development in clinical/translational research.

The TraCS Professional Development Seminar series is split into 4 modules: Finding Funding, Communication Skills, Mentor-Mentee Training, and Rigor and Reproducibility.

Communication Skills

October 8, 2021 12-1:30 pm: Paper writing
October 15, 2021 12-2 pm: Pitching yourself and your research program
October 22, 2021 FALL BREAK
October 29, 2021 12-2 pm: How to give a 10-minute scientific talk
November 5, 2021 12-2 pm: Working with the media
November 12, 2021 12-2 pm: LinkedIn, Social Media
November 19, 2021 12-2 pm: Effective meetings
November 26, 2021 THANKSGIVING BREAK
December 3, 2021 12-2 pm: Leadership
December 10, 2021 12-1 pm: Identifying and managing your communication style

Through the UNC Event Registration system, you will be able to select which sessions you would like to attend. Please note: the Zoom link that you receive upon registration will work for all sessions within the Communication Skills module. Each session will be held in-person and/or via Zoom on Fridays.


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