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d-colombaroli 15h
💡A Postdoctoral Research position now open at University of Reading with 👉 another great opportunity to get involved in the new Leverhulme Centre for Wildfires! 🔥 closing date⏱️11/8
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Eva Hnatkova Jul 14
10 Tips for Research! 👉 practical advices (not only) for early career researchers 🔗
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Faith Gordon 23h
Thanks Claire, have a wonderful weekend and looking forward to catching up soon! I’m considering writing a blog piece to mark one year here - it might help other who are considering moving internationally ☺️
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Rajesh Ramanathan 20h
A great opportunity for and
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Matilda Keynes 16h
Early morning start for meeting of national assocs. representing . Resonance of issues across the board; declining membership, status of in uni, supporting , cost of international travel & sustaining national journals.
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Kathryn Coniglio Jul 10
Attention fellow who study eating disorders (all disciplines welcome)! and I (via the Early Career SIG) are rolling out the hashtag as a way of centralizing ED-relevant content and increasing awareness of fellow ECRs on Twitter. Happy tweeting!
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Clare IM Adams Jul 17
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Birkbeck SLiCE Jan 14
SLiCE is an informal talk series where (PhD students, postgrads, RAs & jnr postdocs) can hear about the professional and personal experiences of individuals post-PhD in academia and beyond. Come along and get yourself a slice of advice!
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Catherine Febria 14h
is reminder that in some places, the science system is changing for the better ➡️ 1) Amplifying & embeddding & 2) investing in is smart and strategic 🤓🤩
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Dr Tara McAllister Feb 10
*****Please retweet***** and I are starting up a rōpū for Māori and Pasifika working in So if you know any ECRs who could benefit from being part of a supportive network slide into our DMs or email us @ tara.mcallister0@gmail.com or lwalk003@gmail.com
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Mardi McNeil Jul 18
Congratulations on your promotion to Professor!! You are an inspiring mentor and supporter to many and at and beyond. Your success is our success
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Dr Elinor Hortle 🐟🔬🧫 May 16
Now that the dust has settled on my 1st ever NHMRC round as an applicant, here's a few things I learned that might be of interest to any thinking of applying for the 1st time in the near future:
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A/Prof Olga Shimoni Apr 10
I'm looking for emerging to apply for UTS Chancellor postdoctoral research fellowship in the area of for and bio-imaging. DM or email me.
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Lewis ± MacKenzie May 12
Another day on academic twitter, another day of people poo-pooing manuscripts submitted/in prep. Look, are doing our best and we often don't get a say in preprinting our work. If you don't like submitted/in prep section, then just ignore the info.
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Dr Maeve O'Riordan Feb 11
Two weeks to go to the deadline for submissions to annual conference on Women's History in International Contexts. It is a great opportunity to share your work with historians of women in Ireland. Papers from and non-traditional voices are most welcome
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Jessica Hedge Jan 28
Have you benefitted from learned/professional society membership in ways that might have been unexpected or not immediately obvious? Looking for examples for a blog piece for - please DM me with your stories!
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Cicely Marston Jul 18
Strongly suspect it's better for everyone to wait until it's ready than publish rubbish. 😎 100% behind this approach (*and* the job security needed to get there)
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Iwan Robert Evans Jul 14
Our first meeting - on Independence Day, no less!
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Dr Cara Jardine Apr 4
New academics expected to publish TWICE AS MUCH than 25 years ago: "Rising publication expectations may aggravate within and between sociology departments"
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Dr. Kim Barrett Jul 17
Replying to @UCSDfacaffairs
It was so much fun to work with this group of talented and diverse in cardiovascular science
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