Spring 2017 Graduate Student Orientation and Panel Discussion on Academic Publishing
Please see below for a message from the President of the ESP-GSA:
Dear new and returning ESP graduate students,
Please join us for the Spring 2017 Environmental Science and Policy orientation and panel discussion:
January 23rd at 1:00 pm in David King Hall (room DK 3006). This event is hosted by the ESP Graduate Student Association (ESP-GSA). This is the only department-level orientation offered for graduate students, so you will not want to miss it! We will be presenting valuable information about degree requirements, resources on campus, and a who’s-who of the department.
As part of the orientation, we will be holding a special panel discussion (featuring ESP faculty, grad students, and post-docs) to discuss success in academic publishing! This will be an opportunity to ask questions and gain valuable insight into the peer-review process, advice for academic productivity, and more.
1:00-2:00: Orientation Presentation
2:00 -3:00: Panel Discussion on Academic Publishing
3:30 – on: Happy hour (details TBD)
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or via our Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/242865689491661/
Can’t make it? There is a webinar for those interested in joining remotely:
ESP GSA Orientation and Panel Discussion Webinar
Mon, Jan 23, 2017 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST
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Looking forward to meeting you next week!
Rachel E. Golden Kroner
PhD Candidate, George Mason University
Department of Environmental Science and Public Policy
President, Environmental Science and Policy – Graduate Student Association