Friday, October 16, 2015 in Chicago, Il
The event will provide information on research career and funding opportunities in Europe for researchers, of any nationality, at all stages of their careers. Since the initiative was launched in 2012, almost 2000 people have attended Destination Europe conferences and have been very enthusiastic in their feedback on the events.
Participation is free but prior registration is essential.
The programme and registration details are available here: https://destinationeurope-chicago.teamwork.fr
Download EURAXXESS Invitation-Chicago-2015
2:00 PM, October 20, 2015
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Adam Ruben, author of the book by the same name and co-host of “Outrageous Acts of Science” on the Science Channel, will complain about graduate school and offer career alternatives to the shrinking academic tenure-track market.
Admission is free, but seats are limited. Registering is strongly recommended. http://www.unemed.com/innovation-week
This event is a part of Innovation Week, and sponsored by UNeMed, the technology transfer and commercialization arm of UNMC.
University of Nebraska President Hank Bounds, PhD has announced a university-wide Food for Health initiative. This program is designed to increase multicampus collaborations and incentivize new research that will address critical food and health issues important to Nebraskans.
Faculty are invited to complete an interest survey in preparation for a team building retreat planned for November 13th in Lincoln.
Dr. Jennifer Larsen, Vice Chancellor for Research, conducted a Q & A forum for UNMC faculty to answer questions regarding the topics, collaborative teams, and funding opportunities associated with the Food for Health initiative.
See the Food for Health website for details.