Reaching, engaging and supporting ECRs in the atmospheric chemistry community

Category: Events

  • Workshop 4: Dos and don’ts for an effective academic CV.

    Ready to take the next step in your academic career? Don’t miss our next IGAC-iCACGP ECR Skills workshop where Dr. Karn Vohra will provide you with tips on creating an effective academic CV to get you ready for your next application. Host: Dr. Karn Vohra – University College London.Registration required: 18th, 2024, 7 AM UTC

  • Workshop 3: Discussion on developing equitable scientific collaborations

    In this workshop, Dr. Rebecca Garland elaborated on the good, the bad and the ugly of international collaborations. If you are unfamiliar with the term ‘Helicopter science’ and want to learn more, check out the recording! Host: Dr Rebecca Garland – University of Pretoria.June 13th, 2024, 8 AM UTC. Recording Additional resources

  • Workshop 2: Networking in Science

    In this workshop, Dr.Langley Dewitt elaborated on networking in your career and at conferences. Almost everyone feels awkward networking but you still have to do it! Host: Dr. Langley DeWitt – IGAC project.May 22nd, 2024, 3 PM UTC. Recording Slides

  • Early career scientists in fire science

    From September 17th – 22nd 2023, two members of the ECR SSC got the opportunity to go to the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Science to attend the Fire Learning AcRoss the Earth System (FLARE) meeting. FLARE brought together scientists from different parts of the world, and different disciplines, to discuss a big question: what challenges…

  • Workshop 1: Navigating the peer review process.

    In this workshop, Dr. Eloise Marais elaborated on the need for the peer-review process, the role of a reviewer as a gatekeeper to the trove of human knowledge, writing a detailed and constructive review, and how to use these skills while being on the receiving end of the reviews to respond to reviewer comments. Host:…