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The Bear slam participation deadline is coming up on Sunday, August 12st. Send us your application!

The Bear slam participation deadline is coming up on Sunday, August 12st. Send us your application!

Why participate? Because you will gain a lot!

Apply to be a slammer at the very first UC Berkeley Bear Slam: deadline August, 12th

ATIS is co-organizing the very first Bear Slam, along with the Berkeley Postdoctoral Association (BPA).

Bear Slam 2018 – Science. Understandable. Entertaining.

Have you ever wanted to present your research in an understandable, entertaining and yet scientific way? Here is your opportunity: Bear Slam 2018!

Why participate? Because you will gain a lot!

LHAATDS videos are online!

Thanks for attending our yearly symposium and thanks to all our speakers for their engaging talks.

You can watch every talk again on our youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82zaBXcp7M0&list=PLo5k0y9D6ly7O3bLIYSDUX...

Looking forward to see you at our future events!

 

We have all our speakers for LHAATDS2018: check them out!

We have our final lineup for our annual symposium Let's have an Awesome Time doing Science soon to come on Berkeley campus: March, 28th 2018 on the Berkeley campus:

Save the date for our workshop on conflict management on April, 18th

Dr Doug Kalish, a professional advisor familiar with both academia and industry, will offer a workshop on how to manage conflict inside and outside the lab.

You can already register on Eventbrite.

More info here.

2 new speakers for Let's have an Awesome Time doing Science 2018

Don't forget to save the date for our annual symposium on how to have an Awesome Time In Science: LHAATDS 2018 will take place on March, 28th 2018.

You can already register here.

Save the date for our next event: Carte Blanche to Peter Fiske on January, 17th 2018

We are glad to have Peter Fisk, the director of Water-Energy Resilience Institute at the Berkeley National Lab as a speaker for the second Awesome Time In Science event. He will talk about the current economic and political disempowerment of scientists and the appropriateness under current circumstances of the 72-year old paradigm of science funding articulated in Vannevar Bush’s Science the Endless Frontier.

3 speakers agreed to talk to the 2018 Let's have an Awesome Time doing Science annual symposium

Our annual symposium is coming up on March, 28th 2018.

We are in the process of contacting speakers. Three engaging speakers already agreed to be part of our 2018 line-up:

Check the videos of our very first event Deconstruct Implicit Bias

Thanks to everyone who took part in our first event Deconstruct Implicit Bias, starting with our engaging speakers Jack Glaser, Patti Ordonez and Cat Adams!

The videos of Jack Glaser's talk and the first part of the panel are now available on our youtube channel:

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