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graduate_student_postdoc_seminar [2019/01/17 00:48]
kcpatra45 [Spring 2019 Schedule]
graduate_student_postdoc_seminar [2022/05/27 18:26] (current)
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 ====== Graduate Student Postdoc Seminar ======  ​ ====== Graduate Student Postdoc Seminar ======  ​
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 +**//GSPS is regaining its footing after a year of remote working and the oversubscription of classrooms in Spring 2022. More recently it has been primarily a social event, but will hopefully shift back towards more regular schedule of talks and discussions.//​**
      
-**Location:​​** ​131A Campbell Hall!!! ​\\   +**Location:​​** ​TBD \\  ​  ​
-(I was able to reserve the room for that slot with a repeating reservation,​​ all year long.)  ​+
      
-  +**Time:​** ​TBD \\  
-**Time:​** ​Fridays @ 4:​00pm ​\\  +
      
 **Organizers:​​** \\   **Organizers:​​** \\  
-Charles Goullaud ​(goullaud@berkeley.edu) \\   ​+Aliza Beverage ​(abeverage@berkeley.edu) \\ 
 +Nathan Sandford (nathan_sandford@berkeley.edu) \\ 
 +Kiran Eiden (kiran_eiden@berkeley.edu) \\   ​
      
-=== Schedule ​===  +**Schedule:** TBD \\ 
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-  +**Description/​Motivation:​** \\ 
-===== Spring 2019 Schedule =====  +The Graduate Student/​Postdoc Seminar (GSPS) is a venue where grads and postdocs can give talks in a supportive environment. The topics of these talks can be anything from their own research (either completed, commencing, or in progress),​​ career advancement and advice, pedagogy talks, practice talks (qual presentations,​ job talks, etc.), department updates, practical skills (programming,​ proposal writing, taxes, personal finance, etc.) or really anything at all! 
-^ Date ^ Slot 1 ^ Slot 2 ^  + 
-| 1 Feb  | Stephen Ro | TBD |  +Broadly, the goals of GSPS are:   
-| 8 Feb  | Ben Margalit | TBD |  +    * To promote community between students and postdocs   
-| 15 Feb  | Philipp Kempski | TBD |  +    * To practice speaking and discussing your research   
-| 22 Feb  | TBD | TBD |  +    * To build confidence asking questions   
-| 1 Mar  | TBD | TBD |  +    * To Learn about topics outside your own research   
-| 8 Mar  | Hannah Klion ||  +    * To impart practical knowledge 
-| 15 Mar  | Carina Cheng | Philipp Moesta |  +    * To share fun impractical knowledge 
-| 22 Mar  | Andrea Antoni | TBD |  +    * To be sociable!
-| 29 Mar  | Spring Break (No GSPS)||  +
-| 5 Apr  | April Fools Talks ||  +
-| 12 Apr  | Philipp Kempski | TBD |  +
-| 19 Apr  | Kishore Patra | TBD |  +
-| 26 Apr  | TBD | TBD |  +
-| 3 May  | TBD | TBD |  +
-| 10 May  | TBD | TBD | +
  
 Past Semesters: \\ Past Semesters: \\
 +[[graduate_student_postdoc_seminar:​spring_2019|​Spring 2019]], \\
 [[graduate_student_postdoc_seminar:​fall_2018|​Fall 2018]], [[graduate_student_postdoc_seminar:​fall_2018|​Fall 2018]],
 [[graduate_student_postdoc_seminar:​spring_2018|​Spring 2018]], \\ [[graduate_student_postdoc_seminar:​spring_2018|​Spring 2018]], \\
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 [[graduate_student_postdoc_seminar:​fall_2007|​Fall 2007]], [[graduate_student_postdoc_seminar:​spring_2007|Spring 2007]], \\ [[graduate_student_postdoc_seminar:​fall_2007|​Fall 2007]], [[graduate_student_postdoc_seminar:​spring_2007|Spring 2007]], \\
 [[graduate_student_postdoc_seminar:​fall_2006|​Fall 2006]] \\ [[graduate_student_postdoc_seminar:​fall_2006|​Fall 2006]] \\
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-===== Description / Motivation =====  +
-  +
-  * GSPS is a place where students and postdocs can practice giving talks. The topics of these talks can be anything from their own research (either completed or commencing),​​ career advancement and advice (usually from postdocs), pedagogy talks, practice qualification exam talks, job talks, etc.  +
-  * GSPS meets weekly; we aim to have one graduate student and one postdoc talk each week.  +
-  * Talks should be no longer than 15 minutes (strictly enforced).  +
-  * Please emphasize background material for those not in your subfield.  +
-  * No faculty allowed.  +
-  * GSPS is a good place to...  +
-    * promote community between students and postdocs  +
-    * practice speaking and discussing your research  +
-    * feel comfortable asking lots of questions  +
-    * learn about topics outside your own research  +
-    * impart practical knowledge: job search, telescope allocation committees, diversity, etc.  +
-    * be sociable!  +
-  * If you would like feedback on your presentation,​​ the organizers would be happy to take notes and discuss it with you afterwards (and/or ask other audience members to do so).  +
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-Thanks for participating in GSPS!  +