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January 2018

Social Media: Building Your Personal Brand

January 23 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST

Registration link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_gYy-9N8kT8m-GdPw4CWLrg%20 January 23, 2018 1pm ET About the Webinar:  Social media is a powerful information-sharing tool — and not just for cat memes and #fakenews. This webinar will outline basic approaches to maintaining a social media presence, audience growth and content marketing. Participants will gain concrete ideas for how they can use social media to best market themselves and their work to the right audiences, including potential research partners and employers. About the Presenter: Kate has honed her strategic communications…

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February 2018

Deadline: Summer Awards for Undergrads

February 1

Proposals for the Summer Awards for Undergraduate Students are reviewed February 1 each year. Applications are submitted through the GlycoNet Forum. The Summer Awards program provides undergraduate students the opportunity to pursue summer research projects supervised by GlycoNet Network Investigators. http://canadianglycomics.ca/internships-exchanges-awards/   Mitacs Accelerate internships are also available, and are accepted on an ongoing basis. Please contact Ryan Snitynsky (snitynsk@ualberta.ca) for more information.

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March 2018

SMRTS Webinar: Taking good business ideas out of the lab…. the 4 P’s that will help you commercialize your research

March 1 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm MST

Registration link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_GmDlKrXWTeiodOHQkzE9oQ Trainees are often at the front line of new research discoveries and are keen to support the transition of their work into a startup or commercial entity, but usually lack the skills, knowledge or experience to make this happen. This webinar will highlight some of the challenges that trainees can expect to encounter in their journey to commercialize their discoveries and how focusing on the 4 P’s (people, policy, product and plan) can make the process easier to…

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