Bjerknes Getaway Seminar
The annual Bjerknes Getaway will take place in Geilo 11-13 January 2023. Invitation and program will come! Save the dates!
Special Webinar: How to succeed with your project proposal?
This is a special webinar arranged by the Bjerknes Proposal Writing Class, where the invited speakers will share their experience with proposal writing. It’s mostly targeting early career scientists who will submit a proposal in 2023, but we also cordially invite experienced scientists to join the webinar and contribute to the discussion with their experience with successful and unsuccessful proposals. Hope to see many of you there!
- Tuesday 17.01.2023, 10:30 – 12:00
- Zoom link: https://uib.zoom.us/j/64842994198?pwd=S3h1K1NiMWtnaHNiQWc2WEZiY1V0QT09
Friederike, Mahaut, Nadine, Catherine and Linling
Supervision course for the Bjerknes Early Career Scientist Forum
A supervision course for the Bjerknes Early Career Scientist Forum in January 2023:
As early career scientists, supervision of Bachelor, Master, and PhD students can become an important part of the job. However, supervision is not typically taught. So, how do you learn to be a great supervisor?
At the Bjerknes Center, early career scientists indicated that this was a high priority area for additional training. The Early Career Scientists Forum has paired up with Dr. Robert Kordts of the UiB program for University Pedagogy to offer a special 2 half-day course focused on how to grow your skills as a supervisor while at the early career stage. The course will be January 23 and 24th, 2023 and will run from 9-12:30.
If you identify as a post-PhD early career scientist* affiliated with the Bjerknes Centre:
- and wish to sign up for the ECSF listserv, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added.
- and would like to register to the course, please sign up here: https://skjemaker.app.uib.no/view.php?id=13619965
*Who is an Early Career Scientist? Inspired by the EGU and AGU ECS definition, the BCCR ECS forum targets practicing scientists who received their PhD within the past recent years. The definition of recent is left to one’s personal opinion to promote inclusivity. For reference, EGU/AGU uses 7 years.
BCCR Seinar: Atmospheric CO2, Ocean circulation and Biogeochemistry in climatic extremes”.
Next Monday, 23rd January at 14:15 pm we will have the first BCCR seminar of 2023, by James Rae titled “Atmospheric CO2, Ocean circulation and Biogeochemistry in climatic extremes”.
The seminar will take place in the Bjerknes lecture room (4th floor, room 4020) – in addition, there will be the possibility to join on zoom.