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CANCELED: Special Seminar for Early Career Researchers: Myth busting 101: On Being Relevant and Effective as an Early Career Researcher in the Life and Environmental Sciences

Steven Cooke, Professor of Environmental and Interdisciplinary Sciences, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

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Abstract: Pulling upon diverse examples from his own successes and failures, Steven Cooke dispels common myths held by early career (and established!) researchers with a goal of helping them be more relevant and effective. Topics explored include boundary crossing, #scicomm, decision-making, advocacy, peer review, mentors, productivity, and more. Following the seminar, Prof. Cooke looks forward to discussions with early career researchers on these (or related topics)

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