In a fast-paced world, extreme mobility is a norm in researchers' lives. Mobility is deemed beneficial for career development because it widens the professional networks; yet, it also makes them shallow. The main challenge researchers face is thus not so much how to build a wide range of connections, but how to nurture them.
Our webinar will explore the range of possibilities open to researchers who move back and forth across the Atlantic.
Our distinguished guest speaker is Prof. Dr. Josef Settele
Physical locations: in Europe (Brussels, BSIS U of Kent), in Canada (Toronto UOT), in the US (Boston, MIT)
10 September 2019
18.30h - 20.30h (Brussels time)/ 12:30-14:30 (Boston/Toronto)/ 9:30-11:30 (LA/Eugene)
We are looking into organising more groups in physical locations across North America and Europe with our members. If you want to organise a group to connect to our discussions, write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration required as places are limited. Registration will be available in August.