Upcoming Webinars — Past Webinars
Thursday, 29 June 2017 2pm–3pm ET
Tami Forman, Path Forward
Special guest Tami Forman of Path Forward will talk about the challenges of re-entering the work force. Though she will be paying special attention to those looking to get back on their career path, the advice will ring true for new beginners as well.
Thursday, 13 July 2017 2pm–3pm ET
AGU Public Affairs Team
The Public Affairs team will go through all the tips and tools you need to know to have an effective meeting with your member of Congress when their in your home district, including scheduling meetings and crafting your message.
Thursday, 22 June 2017 2pm–3pm ET
Just as there are many kinds of outfits, there are many career options, but they won't all fit you equally well. Join us on 22 June, at 2PM ET, as we discuss strategies to figuring out identifying the career path that makes the most sense for you.
Thursday, 8 June 2017 2pm–3pm ET
Want to make your research clear to anyone? This webinar will give you guidelines and insight on how to reduce or eliminate jargon, identify your essential points, and tell others about them in a clear and memorable way. Conducted by Jana Goldman of Press Here.
Wednesday, 7 June 2017 1pm–2pm ET
Join Pranoti Asher, Education Manager at AGU, and guest Laura Guertin, professor of Earth science at Penn State-Brandywine, as they discuss how you can integrate AGU's Virtual Poster Showcase into your syllabus or REU program to improve your students' capacity for communicating their science with their peers and superiors.
Thursday, 25 May 2017 2pm–3pm ET
Get an update on science policy this Congress.
Thursday, 18 May 2017 2pm–3pm ET
This webinar will provide you with the tips and skills you need to negotiate more effectively.
Wednesday, 17 May 2017 12pm–1pm ET
This webinar will cover the ins and outs of Kudos, a FREE service with whom Wiley and AGU Publications have partnered with to help authors increase readership and impact of their published work. You'll receive expert advice on the importance and benefits of sharing your research, and how to use Kudos to explain, share, and measure your articles for greater impact and case studies from authors who have successfully increased readership for their articles.
Monday, 15 May 2017 2pm–3pm ET
Are you a scientist who wants to learn the best way to start using social media for science? Or are you an experienced social media user who wants tips and tools on how to improve your message and reach? We’ll cover tips and tools on effective use of social media!
Friday, 12 May 2017 1pm–2pm ET
The AGU and AGI policy staff will discuss the details of the new administration's budget and what it means for the geosciences.
Friday, 21 April 2017 1pm–2pm ET
Improve your ability to manage interpersonal stress and conflicts that inevitably arise in an academic department, especially when space and financial resources are under stress.
Thursday, 20 April 2017 2pm–3pm ET
Rebecca Haacker, NCAR/UCAR; Valeria Sloan, NCAR/UCAR
Rebecca Haacker and Valerie Sloan from NCAR/UCAR will discuss how to make optimize your summer work experience. Whether you'll be in the field doing research, working in a lab, interning with a company, or volunteering in your community, this webinar provides vital tips to build your professional network, learn from your colleagues, and make a great impression.
Thursday, 13 April 2017 2pm–3pm ET
AGU Sharing Science Team
Regardless of whether or not you plan to attend a March for Science, our webinar will provide tips, tools, and techniques to help you show your support for strong science in your community and around the world!
Thursday, 16 March 2017 2pm–3pm ET
Frank Desafey, Sequence Staffing; Erica Crumley, Sequence Staffing
During this presentation, Frank DeSafey and Erica Crumley of Sequence Staffing share advice on how to sharpen up your job search by improving your brand. Learn more about how to best present yourself to potential employers from the recruiter’s side of things in this AGU Career Center Webinar.
Thursday, 9 March 2017 2pm–3pm ET
The federal funding process is critical for both science funding and America’s scientific enterprise. In fact, science funding is arguably the most important issue about which scientists should engage with the policy process. It can also be complicated and filled with jargon. Join us as we de-mystify the federal spending process – also known as the budget and appropriations process – and talk about the best ways for scientists to engage.
Thursday, 2 March 2017 1pm–2pm ET
AGU Sharing Science Team
Learn how to vividly communicate the purpose and importance of your research in this AGU Sharing Science webinar.