Webinars

Webinars are programs (generally an hour in length) featuring presentations and discussions by expert panels on a particular subject. Webinar FAQ

  • Consulting: Put Your Expertise to Work for You

    Consulting is a popular alternative career for STEM professionals at any stage of their career. If you think you have what it takes to be a consultant but aren’t completely sure it’s for you and/or how to go about it, then watch this webinar. »

  • Change has come to the halls of Congress. The midterm elections ushered in a new wave of representation, and leaders of the Republican House and Senate have been busy selecting committee chairs and laying out their agendas. How will these changes impact science? »

  • You’re probably familiar with the phrase, “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.” Well, the current job market is no exception. In any job search, whether you’re a civil engineer or physics postdoc, having know-how and connections are important to finding a great new job. »

  • Do you have strong analytical skills and an understanding of complex technologies and their applications? Are you interested in a career that doesn’t limit you to working in a research lab? Then this webinar is for you! »

  • The Markup with Matt Hourihan is a new series of occasional updates on science funding in Congress, featuring AAAS’s resident R&D budget guru. In this premiere edition, Hourihan runs down how science funding has fared in the current appropriations cycle.  »

  • Working in a lab can be one of the most fulfilling opportunities for researchers. But are you ready for a new challenge? Then consider a role in project management or university administration and develop your skills in fulfilling new directions. Watch this webinar and get an exclusive look at how to make a successful career transition from the lab to management. »

  • Want to contribute your science knowledge to directly address societal challenges? Are you intrigued by the policy making process and seeking a way to develop science policy skills? Learn how you too can have a monumental fellowship experience! »

  • Are you interested in expanding your science policy resources and networks? Considering a sabbatical year opportunity that will give you hands-on federal policy experience? Watch this video based chat session on the AAAS Science & Technology (S&T) Policy Fellowship program and application process for the 2015-16 fellowship year. »

  • Midcareer scientists have much to contribute and gain from the AAAS Science & Technology (S&T) Policy Fellowship experience! In this video webinar session, midcareer current and alumni fellows discuss their fellowship experience and answer questions about the AAAS S&T Policy Fellowship program and application process for the 2015-16 fellowship class. »

  • Getting published is one of the critical milestones in any research career. Whether you’re submitting to peer-reviewed journals, or open-access titles, your ability to attract funding, get tenure, or even land an interview at a biotech firm, can depend on what you have published. With so much at stake, it’s critical to understand the ins-and-outs of the publishing process.
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