Asking Questions at Talks: Curiosity is Best When Shared

Susan Tsutakawa, PhD

In my experience, science is most insightful when there’s input from different people.

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Networking for People Who Hate Networking: A Field Guide for Introverts, the Overwhelmed, and the Underconnected

The Edge for Scholars

If you’re like your correspondent, the very word “networking” sends a trickle of terror down your spine.  Even the thought of mingling at a conference fills you with dread.  …

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Connecting Through Poster Sessions

Helen Bird

Posters designed with the audience experience in mind create connections and new collaborations.

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Not that Kind of Conference: Attending Clinical Conferences as a PhD

Pipette Protagonist, PhD

Spoiler: It’s not for you, but you should go anyway.

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Connecting on Twitter During Conference Season

Aimee Edgeworth

Quick reference guide for how to use social media to network during conference season, and beyond.

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Lights. Camera. Network. #VirtualConferenceSeason Tips Contest

The Edge for Scholars

Inviting candid experiences, solutions, strategies for (virtual) conference attendance. Awarding #TS21 registration for most-viewed entries.

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How to Book a Hotel for a Conference

Melis Sahinoz, MD

A recipe for booking conference hotel rooms.

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I'm on a Boat

Kalen Petersen, PhD

I lie awake listening to the soothing waves lapping against my hull. This, I reflect, is the way to attend a scientific conference.

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Tips for making the most of your time at ACTS and Washington, DC

Neo Gebru

Reflections from my first ACTS conference - filled with conversation starters, lessons learned, and "how to" DC

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IScientist 2019: A MeTooSTEM Perspective

Teresa Swanson, PhD

Science needs people to raise their voices, to refuse the status quo. Science needs people like you.

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