Catalyze Your Career (Arizona)

Graduate students and postdocs, join us for a workshop to learn about careers open to Ph.D.s, network and plan for your future career. The workshop will enable you to begin building the skills and application materials required for a successful job search. Specific discussions on how to tailor job-specific applications as well as exercise essential communication and interview skills are planned.

Oct. 21, 2017




Biological Sciences West Building
Room 301 and North Veranda
University of Arizona Main Campus
1041 E. Lowell St.
Tucson, AZ 85721

Deadline - Oct. 17 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern. Registration is limited. Maximum capacity may be reached before Oct. 17.       

Saturday Workshop
ASBMB member Nonmember
$10 $25
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A preliminary agenda is available here.

Parking is available in the 6th Street Garage (map). To reach the garage from the intersection of 6th St and Euclid Ave, head east on 6th St. Turn left at the light at Park Ave., then turn right on Lowell St. The garage is just past the ENR building on the right. Enter at the gate and take a ticket from the machine. Take your ticket with you, as you will need it when you return to the garage. Before retrieving your car, go to the cashier's window, present your ticket and pay your fee. On Saturday, parking is free, so the gate will be open to all. If you need a ride from the garage to either Old Main or Biological Sciences West, please contact Ellie Warder at (520) 465-8537.

From the 6th street garage
To get to Biological Sciences West, cross Lowell St and walk to the west. Biological Sciences West is located directly north of the ENR Building. Walk around to the north side of Biological Sciences West and up the stairs to the North Veranda to the registration area. The other entrances to the building will be locked on Saturday. Handicapped access is available by contacting Ellie Warder at (520) 465-8537.
Roger Miesfeld, Ph.D. (Professor and Department Head, Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Arizona)
Ellie Warder (Alumni Coordinator, Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Arizona)  
ASBMB Education and Professional Development committee
ASBMB Public Outreach committee

University of Arizona planning team
Rakhi Bajaj, Ph.D. (postdoctoral fellow)
Bhushan Deodhar, Ph.D. (postdoctoral fellow)
Thomas Moon, Ph.D. (postdoctoral fellow)
Matthew Rollins (graduate student)
Kristiane Torgeson (graduate student)

The University of Arizona is committed to a campus that is accessible, inclusive and welcoming of its diverse community. If you have questions about access or to request any disability-related accommodations that will facilitate your full participation at the workshop, such as ASL interpreting or transportation to/from your vehicle to the workshop locations, please email Ellie Warder or call (520) 621-5903. Please make your request as early as possible so we have time to make arrangements. Thank you.

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