Upcoming Events

Spring 2017


Ramsey Lecture Series

April 12, 2017
Strategies for Enhancing the Safety and Efficacy of Recombinant Vaccines & Technology Transfer to Developing Countries.
Tilahun Yilma, DVM, PhD
National Academy of Sciences Member
Professor – Department of Medical Microbiology and Immunology – UC Davis School of Medicine


Faculty Grant Writing Workshops

The Faculty Grant Writing Workshops are a new series of workshops hosted by the Office of Research and Graduate Studies.  This series is intended to target funding agencies both commonly targeted by CVM faculty and funding agencies that the CVM has shown interest in learning more about.  The workshops will be directed specifically towards CVM faculty and their research needs to allow for a more targeted learning experience by using panelists from the CVM who have a deeper knowledge of these funding agencies and who have been successful becoming funded by these agencies.

Date / Time

Location

Topic

RSVP

March 24, 2017

Noon – 1:00 pm

2401 & 2402 Wilcke Suites

Industry/Corp/Commodity

RSVP Here

April 7, 2017

Noon – 1:00 pm

2401 & 2402 Wilcke Suites

National Science Foundation - NSF

RSVP Here

April 21, 2017

Noon – 1:00 pm

2401 & 2402 Wilcke Suites

Department of Defense - DOD

RSVP Here


College of Veterinary Medicine Association for Graduate Students (CVMAGS) meeting schedule

Date & Time

Speaker

Location

April 4, 2017
Noon – 1pm

Dr. Mark Ackermann, DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVP
Professor (VPATH) and Interim Assistant Dean for Research and Graduate Studies

Alumni Room

April 6, 2017
Noon - 1pm

Translating the beast (CV) to Beauty (Resume) in Industry and Academia
Karin Lawton-Dunn, Grad College
Karen Bovenmyer, CELT

Alumni Room

April 11, 2017
Noon – 1pm

Graduate Learning Community’s Professional Development Seminar: Working in Government: USDA
Dr. Karen Register

Alumni Room

The College of Veterinary Medicine Association for Graduate Students (CVMAGS) has teamed up with Biomedical Sciences Graduate Student Organization (BMSgo) to present the first Industry and Entrepreneurship Job Fair and Symposium (IEJFS) that will be open to all graduate students at Iowa State University. At this event, a poster session will precede the seminars for two guest speakers who will describe their experiences working in industry, including the application of graduate degrees in industry and hints on how to prepare yourself for a career in industry.  Additionally, there will be 7+ select companies available to participate in round table discussions, provide job opportunities, discuss entrepreneurship, and network with current ISU graduate students. The event is planned for April 21, 2017 and will be located at the Research Park/Iowa Economic Development Core Facility.  Additional details will be provided as they become available.


Center for Communication Excellence - Developing Successful Job Application Materials

The Center for Communication Excellence of the Graduate College is launching a new seminar series: Developing Successful Job Application Materials

Participation is free, but registration is required http://cce.grad-college.iastate.edu/acp/seminars


Graduate Students and Postdocs Professional Development Workshops 

https://www.grad-college.iastate.edu/current/professional_development/ 

Date & Time Category Event
03-22
1:00pm
Research NCFDD - How to work with academic editors
03-22
1:40pm
Communication CCE Seminar: Preparing for the Job Interview
03-24
10:00am
Career Cyclone Career Strategy Workshop Series - Week 1 of 4 workshops
03-30
1:00pm
Management Postdocs Only - Building an Effective Team
03-30
3:00pm
Teaching Library Workshop - Hands on History: Using Primary Sources in the Classroom
03-31
10:00am
Career Cyclone Career Strategy Workshop Series - Week 2 of 4 workshops
04-04
12:00pm
Miscellaneous Postdocs Only - 10 Questions to Ask Your Aging Parents
04-06
12:00pm
Miscellaneous Library Workshop - Exploring the Archives: A Case of Academic Freedom
04-06
3:00pm
Research Library Workshop - Getting Started with Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Makey Makey
04-07
10:00am
Career Cyclone Career Strategy Workshop Series - Week 3 of 4 workshops
04-10
10:00am
Teaching CIRTL - Your Turn: Topics from the Learning Community. Part of the series Teaching in the US
04-12
11:00am
Research NCFDD - Writing science: How to Write papers that get cited and proposals that get funded
04-12
1:30pm
Teaching CIRTL - Learning-through-Diversity
04-14
10:00am
Career Cyclone Career Strategy Workshop Series - Week 4 of 4 workshops
04-17
3:00pm
Teaching CIRTL - All-Network TAR Presentations. Part of the series Teaching-as-Research Capstone Series
05-30
1:00pm
Research

NCFDD - Embracing Rejection: De-Stigmatizing Submissions and Purifying Your Writing Process

 

Summer 2017


Dr. O’Connor is pleased to announce a series of workshops on conducting systematic reviews and meta-analysis that might be of interest to students and faculty.  

The series will be offered in the UK and US in summer 2017, the dates of the Ames based courses are below.

INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS FOR FOOD AND FEED RELATED TOPICS: JUNE 26-28, 2017

META-ANALYSIS IN SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS FOR FOOD AND FEED RELATED TOPICS: June 29-30, 2017

More information and registration: http://register.extension.iastate.edu/systematic