As an outreach to its students and the university community at large, Johns Hopkins Institue for NanoBioTechnology offers four professional development seminars during the summer. All seminars are held on select Wednesdays in Remsen 101 from 10:45am – 12pm.
The seminar schedule is as follows:
- June 12 – Topic: I got my PhD, now what? A panel discussion
Panel: Justin Galloway, PhD, Entrepreneurship; Associate Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Honggang Cui, Academia; Kate Malachowski, ChemBE doctoral candidate, Industry/ Government; Ramsay Kraya, postdoctoral fellow in the Searson Lab, materials science and engineering
- June 26 – Topic: How to promote yourself and the benefits of networking
Speaker: Tom Fekete, INBT’s director of corporate partnerships
- July 10 – Topic: Why you should consider grad school and how do you prepare?
Speaker: Eric Hall, associate director of the JHU Career Center
- July 24 – Topic: INBT Film Festival, featuring short films made by students in Science Communication for Scientists and Engineers
Hosted by: Mary Spiro, INBT’s science writer
No RSVP is needed. The seminars are free and open to university students, faculty, staff and visitors.