Navigating Academic Conferences: Presenting, Socializing, Surviving

Navigating Academic Conferences: Presenting, Socializing, Surviving

August 8, 2017

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Conferences are the backbone of academic community building and networking. But what are you supposed to actually do there? Which conferences give you the most bang for your buck, and how many should you go to each year? How much do they cost and where does one get money to go to them? If you’re planning a non-academic career are academic conferences still worth it?

In this webinar, Dr. Cathy Hannabach walks you through how to how to build your professional network through academic conferences, manage your energy levels and nerves, get productive feedback on your work, and avoid going broke in the process.

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